Blog: Everything about Skin

Different Types of Chemical Peels in Skin Care

Many women in UK are asking themselves :What is a chemical peel? and Where does it fit in my skin care. Well, a chemical peel involves the application of toxic chemical solutions to the skin in a controlled manner, producing controlled tissue death. The desired depth of the wound is dependent upon the the condition to be treated. After the peel, the skin regenerates. The damaged skin likely regenerates through the growth of cells from deeper layers of the epidermis or from undamaged hair follicles.

 

 

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Jessner's Peel at Home

Home Jessner’s Peel solutions are now becoming much more readily available and safer to use. While there are some benefits to carrying out this procedure at home it is still advisable to seek medical advice before proceeding with a home peel, as there are a number of problems and complications that can be encountered. Certain medical conditions preclude the use of a chemical peel and without proper dermatological advice you may not be doing yourself any great favors by peeling at home.

 

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Everything you wanted to know about retinol

Glycolic peels, Botox injections and Retinol treatments are all the rage right now in UK. By know everybody knows how Botox or glycolic acid work. But what about retinol? Well, retinol is another name for vitamin A. It is an extremely effective cell-communicating ingredient that has the ability to connect to almost any skin cell receptor site and tell it to behave like a healthy, younger skin cell. That in itself has tremendous impact for improving skin.

 

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Alpha Hydroxy and Beta Hydroxy Acids in your Skincare

AHAs AKA “Alpha Hydroxy Acids”, are what you can consider the Goo-Gone of dead skin debris. The weak bonds that keep that layer of dead skin on your hide are essentially dissolved with AHAs so your skin can let go of the dead stuff and let the new skin cells surface. AHAs are great chemical exfoliants for people with dry and sensitive skin, since they can help remove dead skin in the gentlest way possible that doesn’t involve manually buffing them off (which harms the new skin underneath too).

 

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How to make an egg white mask for your face

Egg white face mask is an excellent way to tighten the pores and also gives temporary lift to your face. Most people swear that it’s a wonderful treatment for blackheads, acne and other skin conditions. Even though some people say that it is a bit smelly, it is inexpensive, easy and a great way to help you feel as if you have been treated at a spa. Read on to know how to prepare egg white face mask and the benefits of egg white face mask.

 

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