HOW OFTEN SHOULD I USE A SKIN PEEL?

  

PEELING ONCE IS NOT ENOUGH

You can getter better looking skin if you commit to peeling your skin at home.   Choose the right at-home skin peel, use it weekly and....

  • your makeup will glide on smoothly,
  • you fine lines will diminish,
  • your pores will shrink
  • and you breakouts will decrease.

With some tweaks in your skin care routine, you will see  difference in your skin. 

PEEL WEEKLY

The weekly peel will exfoliate and also function as a deep skin cleanse. It will help remove excess makeup, release the dirt and oils in the pores and smooth the top layer of your skin.   

DAILY DOSE OF GLYCOLIC

Applying Glycolic to your skin daily will enhance your results. Glycolic is one of the best exfoliators.  It is convenient if you can use a Glycolic pad and quickly swipe over your face in the morning or evening.  

PRESCRIPTION PRODUCTS 

If your dermatologist or plastic surgeon has prescribed topical treatments such as retinoids or hydroquinone, you should always use that before your Glycolic.  Alternatively you can used the topical treatment in the evening and the glycolic at night. We suggest you check with your physician.

NON PRESCRIPTION PRODUCTS  

Over-the-counter Retinol, Vitamin C, & other products can be added to 
routine. Alternate days you use these products with days you use  
Peel Accelerator Pads. Slowly increase using all daily if desired

DO NOT OVER EXFOLIATE 

Studies show that regular consistent light peeling makes your skin look good and even slows down the aging process. The aggressive skin peeling that causes redness and dryness is not ideal.  You never want your skin to look flakey or dehydrated from over exfoliation.

RESULTS ARE CUMULATIVE

If you want to retexturize skin, reduce fine lines, control acne , brighten skin or refine pores, just give it time and you should see continued results.  

Retexturizing Peel is designed for weekly use at home.  You should achieve see similar results if you visited a  medi-spa or doctor's office for monthly peels.