The term chemical peel is known to many people around, but many have no idea what is it and how it works. Actually, there are many types of chemical peels available which are good for your skin appearance and skin rejuvenation.
So, let’s see the different types of peels and what way they work:
- Lactic Peel
Lactic peels are great for dry skin, or you are sensitive to retinol like ingredients. It is derived from milk. Lactic peels are easier on the skin and have no adverse reaction to the skin.
- Glycolic Peel
The molecule size of glycolic is very small, and they can penetrate the deepest in the skin. It can be used to rejuvenate an aging skin or exfoliate it. You can find glycolic peels in different strengths and use the one on the type of result you want.
- Vitalize Peel
Lactic, salicylic and citric acids are mixed to make vitalize peels. It also has a layer of retinol for improving the quality of your skin and lightens skin’s pigmentation. If you have never used chemical peels ever before, it is best you to start with vitalize peel.
- Beta Peel
In both younger and older people, if there’s acne in their skin, the beta peel is a great option to cure. It exfoliates the skin using salicylic acid. It also controls the oil and attacks the bacteria responsible for causing acne.
- TCA Peel for Actinic Keratosis
Trichloroacetic acid or TCA peels go medium depth of the skin. Skin cells that are abnormal can be removed using TCA peel. You will also find a lot of cosmetic benefits using this peel.
- Pigment Balancing Peel
The pigment balancing peel is made by formulating acids. It is used to lighten the color of your skin or making the pigment of your skin lighter. But you need to be realistic when you want to change the pigmentation of your skin. You need to be patient as the process will take some time. You will also need to be using sunscreen when out at sun for the pigment balancing peel to have its ultimate effect on your skin.