A skin peel can improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, acne scars, and uneven skin texture. It can also help to reduce pore size and improve overall skin tone and clarity.
The frequency of skin peels depends on the type of peel and your individual skin concerns. Your esthetician or dermatologist will recommend a treatment plan based on your needs.
The results of a skin peel can vary depending on the type of peel and your individual skin concerns. Some milder peels may show immediate results, while deeper peels may take several weeks to fully reveal their benefits.
As with any cosmetic treatment, there are some risks associated with skin peels, including redness, irritation, and temporary discoloration. Your esthetician or dermatologist will discuss any potential risks with you before your treatment.
It’s best to avoid wearing makeup for at least 24 hours after a skin peel to allow your skin to fully absorb any remaining solution and heal properly. Your esthetician or dermatologist will provide specific instructions on post-treatment care.