The Importance of Getting Peels on a Regular Basis

Chemical PeelsYes, you may wash your face everyday— okay, almost everyday, but harmful bacteria and excess skin can still build up and leave with a blemished complexion. As one of the best ways to rid your skin of harmful bacteria, improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, help you get a more even-toned complexion, and get rid of small scarring, chemical peels are a miracle worker. If you have recently gotten a chemical peel, you may have already seen great improvements in your skin, but the best way that you can get the best results is to continue to get chemical peels on a consistent basis. Read on to learn more.

Your Skin Requires Maintenance
Your skin is a lot more complex than you may realize, and just like any complex thing, it requires frequent and consistent maintenance. Not only is your body regenerating new skin on its everyday, but it also is storing old skin. Even though one chemical peel will get rid of a lot of this dead skin, your body will continue to produce more and more dead skin, which means that you need to maintain it. During every one of your chemical peels, your skin will be exfoliated, cleaned, and the oil will be neutralized— leaving you with that healthy, blemish-free skin that you have always wanted.

It Continues to Work Deeper
During your first chemical peel, the top few layers will be peeled off, and new skin will start to take its place. However, the more skin you peel away, the better the results will be— especially if you have any sun spots or scarring. Every time you get a new chemical peel, the more skin will peel off, which means that you will get deeper results.

Having perfect skin doesn’t come naturally for most. As a fast, easy, and effective way to take care of your skin, getting consistent chemical peels will deliver you with remarkable results. To learn more about chemical peels or to schedule an appointment, contact U Mass Memorial Group today!

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