A Glycolic Rejuvenating Peel is a kind of chemical peel that is usually applied to gently exfoliate the surface and penetrate superficial layers of the skin. This process is capable of removing dead skin cells, dirt, and debris off the skin.
What makes Glycolic Peels different is the presence of Glycolic Acid in its formula which is considered the most powerful Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) due to its small yet effective molecules. These peels are also used together with other ingredients to effectively increase penetration to more skin layers.
WHO IS A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR GLYCOLIC REJUVENATING PEEL?
Anyone who wants to have healthier and younger-looking skin! It is one of the most popular and effective ways to exfoliate skin and trigger regeneration of skin cells for maximum rejuvenation. Moreover, patients who experience greater effects from sun damage, skin-aging can benefit the most from Glycolic Peels since their skin is more exposed.
WHAT OTHER BENEFITS CAN I EXPECT FROM A GLYCOLIC REJUVENATING PEEL?
Indeed! Using a Glycolic Rejuvenating Peel can make your skin feel softer, younger, and brighter by removing excess dirt, sun damage, and smoothening the complexion. It’s also capable of penetrating deeper into the skin which promotes healthier skin free from harmful dirt and debris.
WHAT SETS GLYCOLIC PEEL APART FROM OTHER CHEMICAL PEELS?
Glycolic Rejuvenating Peel is different simply because it is composed of Glycolic Acid which is the strongest AHA. It is one of the most popular types of rejuvenating peel because it triggers an effective process of regeneration on the facial tissues in the treatment area. This allows for the maintenance of healthier, tighter, and glowing skin.
IS THIS A TAKE HOME PEEL OR AN IN-CLINIC PROCEDURE?
Glycolic Rejuvenating Peel is an in-clinic procedure performed by a board-certified dermatologist.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE UNTIL I SEE RESULTS?
Overall, visible and favorable results may be expected by patients after two weeks. The extent of its effects depends on the depth of the peel, the concentration of glycolic acid applied, and the length of the treatment.