[guest post] Chemical peels: what are they and how do they work?

1 January 2018

Happy new year readers! Is anyone nursing a sore head this today? I kept it low key. I know today is super early but I wanted to get straight back into it with blogging and I have a guest post to share with you on skincare. I'm mainly sharing because I'm going through a series of skin peels myself, but want to wait until the end of my treatment so share my views. Until then please enjoy this post by John about chemical peels and how they work.

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In the era of viral YouTube videos where people can’t peel off their face masks, it may seem tedious to see another post about any facial treatment, after all, we’ve seen what knock-off brands can do. But one overlooked procedure that’s a professional and safe step-up from that black peel off horror is chemical peels. Yes, the word ‘chemical’ sounds scary but actually this procedure may be the solution to acne and uneven skin tones and blemishes.

 A chemical peel is made up of alpha hydroxyl acids, trichloroacetic acid or phenol. It sounds scary, but in reality, it can have some amazing results and a cleanse that over the counter products just cannot achieve.


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