Do you know what actually accompanies fall? Peels!!!!
…leaves are turning color, and trees are shedding…It’s time to renew! It’s time to peel!
Starting a peel series on yourself and your clients in the fall is a fantastic idea. The time is right for
renewal. A peel will remove sun damage, smooth out skin tone, and reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles.
skin that is glowing.
Peels come in three varieties: superficial, medium, and deep.
You may discover superficial peels on the Aesthetic Back Bar website, which are great for peel series and need no downtime. The finest outcomes come from performing superficial peels in succession. They’re fantastic for the
client who doesn’t want to be bloated, red, or flaky.
Medium peels cause a second-degree burn on the skin since they are more intense than superficial peels.
Medium peels cause a second-degree burn on the skin since they are more intense than superficial peels. TCA serves as the primary peeling agent for medium peels. These peels may necessitate recovery time, and the skin will flake.
be red and swollen can take place.
A deep peel removes the top layers of skin. Only the face may be treated with this painful peel.
Deep peeling is frequently only possible once. Because phenol tends to bleach the skin, it cannot be used on dark skin types as a peeling agent. These peels are the most painful and do require recovery time and sedatives.
After neglecting my skin’s “deep care” for two years, I made the decision to have a TCA peel. Yes, I have devoted the last two years of my life to raising my daughter, who is now a toddler. I hardly had time to wash my face on certain days since I was so busy.I did not use my vitamins, serums, or lotions; the only item I made sure to wear was an SPF.
I had a TCA peel precisely one week ago. I experienced a lot of flakes, a light puffiness, and redness on my face.
So that you could see the development, I took photographs. Following the peel, I solely utilized products from the Aesthetic Back Bar:
Niacinamide serum, Rejuvenative serum, Facial Cleansing Gel, and Light Moisture Cream. I also used the fair loose mineral powder, which is, in my view, the best mineral makeup available because it has few components, doesn’t include talc as a filler, and is suitable for usage after lasers and peels.
I layer the Niacinamide Serum and Rejuvenative Serum over the mild Moisture Cream. I have oily/problematic skin, so anything that moisturizes my skin has to be used with caution.
My go-to cream is Light Moisture since it keeps my skin moisturized and doesn’t clog my pores. Niacinamide is ideal for usage following a peel since Vitamin B3 aids in stimulating collagen while hydrating and
suppresses the process of hyperpigmentation, while the Rejuvenative Serum contains DMAE and MSM, which promote the production of collagen and elastin and aid in skin healing and firming. Following my peel, my procedure was:
The Facial Cleansing Gel, which is wonderful for all skin types and is also perfect for professional usage, cleansed my face in the morning. It is devoid of parabens. The thinness of this product is one of my favorites, and the fact that a little goes a long way with this face cleanser is another.
I used the face cleaning gel on days 2 (Saturday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), followed by the Niacinamide Serum, SPF, and Fair loose mineral makeup.
3- On Sunday, Tuesday, and Saturday, I used a face cleaning gel and then used Fair Loose, a rejuvenating serum, and SPF.
Mineral Makeup 4- Nights: I used a facial washing gel to cleanse my skin before using a little moisturizer.
Aside from that, all of the things I reviewed represent my sincere belief in them, and the images demonstrate my development. I had a TCA peel performed a week ago, as I mentioned above.
As you can see, I still have some flake, but my skin is shining. The ideal outcomes of a thorough peel will appear between 7 and After the peel, 15 days.
I’ve started a “deep care” regimen for my skin, and I’ll continue with pumpkin peels. In the next weeks, I will be using Professional Pumpkin Enzyme Mask II (12% Glycolic) twice a week and updating more of my findings. I’ll see you then.