Many women spend endless amounts of time trying to find a wonder product which will make them look more youthful and have a smoother skin tone. Lots of beauty treatments and products on the market claim to help with all sorts of skin blemishes, such as dry skin, enlarged pores and fine lines and wrinkles, but it’s very difficult to prove that these products actually work.
Although moisturising the skin is a key element to keep skin feeling smooth and looking healthy, there is only a certain amount that even a good moisturiser can do. What people really need to do is to buff away at the dead skin cells at the surface of the skin – after all, there’s no use in spending time trying to moisturise dead skin! For this reason, it may be worth thinking about opting for a chemical peel Surrey which will remove the upper layer of the skin and will reveal new, healthy skin underneath.
There are various strengths of chemical peels available, and a specialist will decide which strength would be most suitable for the individual. This will depend on the age of the patient, their skin type as well as if they suffer from any pre-existing skin conditions such as acne. There are many benefits to undergoing a chemical peel, as they have been found to have the ability to remove pre-cancerous skin growths in addition to leaving the skin looking smoother and healthier.
Our chemical peel Surrey treatments will begin with the patient’s skin being thoroughly cleaned. Next, a special peeling solution will be applied to the area, which can cause some minor irritation. Any discomfort can be relieved by using a cold compress or in more severe circumstances, mild painkillers. Depending on the depth of the peel, any redness and scabbing should disappear within two to three weeks.
Once any scabs and blisters have healed, the patient should be left with smooth skin which is glowing with health. Although there are a number of beauty treatments available for consumers to try, chemical peels are becoming more and more popular due to their effective results. To find out more please click here.