My skin is oily and I have large pores, thus all my life i have been suffering from acne. Micropeels changed everyting for me. I know that my skin isn’t perfect, but it is much better now. I have had three treatments within four weeks because my skin is really sensitive. After this my scars got remarkably flatter and my skin looks less oily. Besides, I believe this may help me to prevent wrinkle appearance. I highly recommend conducting this procedure with experienced doctor first couple of times, in order to know what to expect. In my case it burnt terribly and I think in case I was alone doing this it would scare me. And two days later I began to peel. It lasts 4-5 days. And it may look like sunburn in the worst stage of peel.
I didn’t actually see any dramatic changes, probably because my skin was quiet good when I began. But the peel procedure definitely helped me when I was broking out. It dried things out and cleared up my skin. I began to do peel every six weeks. Well, as it was mentioned previously, I didn’t see considerable changes, maybe only after my first time, when my skin got smoother. But I guess there are still advantages; they are cumulative and subtle, like preventing worse wrinkling. It was said, that once you tried a peel and your skin got tolerated to it, you can start applying it at home yourself. I began with a 40% lactic acid peel and recently moved towards 55% lactic acid peel. I sometimes change it to 30% glycolic acid peel. But I know that my aesthetician was applying none less than 50% power solution.
I have chosen a series of micropeels to decrease my acne scars, sun discolorations and pore size. I experienced awful burning in the forehead area but it didn’t last long. I didn’t see any considerable changes but I was told that it will take some time, I need like 4 or 5 peels at least. Besides, oilier skin areas may show no peel, even though the skin is being shed.
I tried my first peel (Micropeel) last year at the dermatologist’s office. My skin is fair and it has lots of freckles. So I wanted to get rid of those freckles, reduce pores size and control my skins oiliness. All I remember it burnt terribly, although I tried to encourage myself after the esthetician warned me it will burn, and the fact is she left it on my face for like 4 minutes only. So after this, I was a little red, like I have had not very successful sunburn. And I began peeling near second and third day. And in a week I was okay. I am satisfied with the results.
When I decided to try a micropeel I didn’t expect any remarkable results. And you can’t imagine my surprise when I saw the results. They were amazing! My face felt much tighter and smoother. Moreover, my skin had a brilliance that I have never had in my entire life. I am really glad I tried this peel. I will definitely take another one.
I have tried a peel together with microdermabrasion procedure and I was satisfied with results. I found out that I could apply the peel at home, which will definitely save money. All I need just to be careful, applying a peel. There are a number of brands that produce these types of product for home usage. Of course effects in spa may be better, but if you are careful and do everything in a right way, you can receive almost identical results at home.
My skin is sun injured thus once I decided to try micropeel at home. All I can say this should be forbidden. All my skin was damaged after trying it. Moreover, there is an awful burn all over the face. A huge facial scab was created and the healing lasted a whole week. My face suffered a lot because of home peel. My doctor said that it’s dangerous to apply any chemical peels at home.
Don’t experiment with your skin.
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