Did you know that civilizations from ancient Egypt to Greece and Rome have the technique for a facial peel? It is true. They use a solution of alabaster, milk, and honey to achieve healthy-looking skin, which actually makes the facial peel as one of the faces of the oldest cosmetic procedures known to man.
In today's age, facial peel can be done at home with a commercial kit. You just have to buy cell calculating kit to measure the acne content in your cells and then you can get the medication according to your requirement.
Facial peels can also be done in the salon, or if you are interested in a stronger peel, dermatologist or plastic surgeon can do. They all take about 15 to 20 minutes, but the recovery and possible complications differ greatly depending on which one you choose.
No doubt everyone has heard about kit, creams, and other skin care products you can buy pretty much anywhere. A face looked already healthy will benefit the most from the type of product. Someone with severe wrinkles, acne, acne scars, and blemishes should consider a strong peel.
Due to allergic reactions, a small area of skin should be tested prior to full use of this kit.
Glycolic Acid Peels
There are different types of solutions used by doctors when performing facial skin. One of the most popular known as Glycolic Acid, an alpha-hydroxyl acid (AHA) derived from sugar cane. This is usually the main ingredient in a home system.
Glycolic acid concentration is limited below 10 percent for the commercial kit, but medical professionals use it in concentrations of up to 80 percent, significantly more powerful and thus a greater risk of complications. Although rare, this can include infection, scarring and pigmentation problems.
Glycolic Acid is best as a treatment for acne, but it can be useful as a treatment for wrinkles, uneven pigmentation, rough and dry skin.
Recovery is generally short and all normal activities can be resumed immediately, apart from spending long periods of time in the sun, as the new skin is very sensitive so it makes it more susceptible to sunburn.