WHAT WILL A PEEL DO FOR YOU?
While, I love writing blogs for our clients to read... we came across this blog post from our Skincare Line, Rhonda Allison, and it is simply too good not to share. There are SO many women out there that the sheer sound of the words "Chemical Peel" frighten them. Rightfully so! Chemical Peels are complicated and can be messed up easily when performed by someone who doesn't thoroughly understand acids and not only how to cocktail them correctly, but also how they interact with your skin. Our practicing Estheticians are very well trained in all of those areas. In fact, Peel protocols are the area in which our Esty's spend the majority of their Continuing Ed time in. So... what WILL a peel do for you? Read below to find out more!
"WHAT IS A CHEMICAL PEEL?
A chemical peel is a technique which involves the application of a variety of chemical solutions to remove the damaged outer layers of dead skin cells from the skin’s surface. It is extremely beneficial for many skin conditions such as hyperpigmentation, rosacea, acne, sun damage, and photo aging. By removing the build-up of dead skin cells and stimulating the regenerative process, you will notice marked improvements in the formation of wrinkles and fine lines, texture and tone of the skin, hydration, reduced pore size, clearing of blemishes and more balanced oil production and an overall healthier skin appearance.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PEELS?
All Rhonda Allison treatment procedures are considered superficial; they do not penetrate beyond the epidermis or papillary dermis. They are not to be confused with medical or physician-strength peels that affect the reticular dermis.
This refers to a treatment that does not usually cause immediate exfoliation and only removes the outer layer of skin or the stratum corneum. As treatments are repeated, the skin will experience a mild sloughing.
These peels affect the intra-epidermal layer, and exfoliation occurs within two to three days after application. The skin goes through very little down time. Peeling consists of light flaking similar to a sunburn peel.
These peels affect the deepest intra-epidermal layers. The skin becomes brown and crusty then undergoes considerable peeling, which occurs three to four days after application. The skin peels in large segments as opposed to flaking. The entire process takes about seven to ten days."
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