Are Peel Better Than Facial For A Glowing Skin

8 April 2021

Medically if we talk about the Chemical peels which is simply excellent and new technique where the chemical substance is applied to the skin to make it blister and when dries out it is peeled from the skin to make it look more brighter. This effective treatment can be applicable for the face, necks and hands because we can see these parts of the body is exposed to the pollution and UV radiations. Although these chemical treatments are so sensitive to the skin and this is why you must avoid the extreme sun exposure just after the treatment. According to the experts suggestions the effects of a peel are more immediate and as result skin is instantly brighter and more smoother after one peel also skin tone and texture simply initializes to improve after a better procedural treatments which known cumulative or effective.

There if we talk about the facials then regular facials also improves skin texture and tone, whilst also providing the ultimate hydration, breakouts and firmer skin but to maintain these particular results you surely need to these regular for the effective results which also costs more. Also a facial will regularly use various products including the cleansers and many serums just ensure the natural glow and also remove dirt and impurities form the pores. This is highly based on a facial that does not include any particular equipment or a machinery.  This is more really depend on skin types and generally, I would really recommend every 2-4 weeks but for oiler skin types it can be 1-3 weeks. Now a questions arises that who can and who can’t have a peel or a facial?

Although of all the skin types and simply any person over the age of 17 can have a chemical peel but in general it totally depends on the formulations of the peels and if that is more appropriate for a person or not. It is recommended that always take doctors consultations before having it but according to the recent study anyone who is allergic to any components of the peel (for example those with aspirin allergies should avoid peels containing salicylic acid), anyone who has been on Roaccutane within the past six months (due to increased skin sensitivity) and anyone who cannot avoid direct sun exposure to the treated areas immediately after the peel.