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The Benefits of Lactic Acid Chemical Peels
What Is A Lactic Peel
Lactic peels are bio-engineered to assist in removing the damaged epidermal layers of the skin. They are non-invasive. By doing this we start to see an improvement in the tone and texture of the skin. The complexion is much smoother and brighter. Another obvious improvement is the reduction of dehydration, wrinkles, fine lines, pigmentation and mild acne congestion.
What A Lactic Peel Does
Lactic Acid is an AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) derived from milk. It is a gentle chemical exfoliant and works by lifting the dead cells from the skin revealing healthier cells from underneath.
How Often To Have A Lactic Peel
As it is a non-invasive skin peel, it can be administered on a regular basis even weekly for a series of 4-6 treatments. Because lactic acid is mild, it is suitable for use on sensitive skins, and in most cases also rosacea skins. There is no down time and no damage is done to healthy living skin cells. Our Aspect skin peels range from 20% to 30% and the pH levels are kept low 2.9 to 3.15.
The End Result
Suits signs of ageing like fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage and mild pigmentation. Lactic peels can be combined with other treatments such as mild microdermabrasion. It is always a good idea to combine cosmeceutical home care with any chemical peeling to gain the maximum result from your treatment. Lactic acid also stimulates the growth of new collagen and elastin.
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