Now that winter is here, it’s the best time to get beauty treatments done! One of the most ideal treatments to do during the winter is chemical peeling. Because your skin is a lot more sensitive after doing a chemical peel, it’s easy for the summer sun to scorch your skin and reverse your results. That’s why it’s best to do it during winter and spring, when the sun isn’t nearly as strong — although it’s important to remember to still wear sunblock daily!
Chemical peeling is done for a variety of reasons. It helps improve the overall appearance and feel of the skin, but it can also be used to treat other skin conditions. Most commonly, chemical peels are used to reduce fine lines, treat wrinkles, improve appearance of mild scars, treat acne, and reduce age spots, freckles, or dark patches.
Chemical peels are very simple to do! All it involves is applying chemical solutions in a controlled manner to the area being treated. This causes the skin to exfoliate and eventually begin to peel off.
It’s important to note that individuals with darker skin can do chemical peels, but there is a risk of being left with uneven skin tones.
So, now that the sun is weaker, it’s time for you and your skin to get stronger. Take advantage of the season and get a few chemical peels done! Your skin will thank you for it.