A skin peel is effective in treating uneven skin tones, fine lines and wrinkles, freckles, age and liver spots, irregular skin pigmentation, rough skin and scaly patches, scars and sun damaged skin.
London, England (PRWEB UK) 3 November 2011
The demand for skin peels rises as the summer comes to a close and people begin to notice the effects of sun exposure on their skin. After spending the summer at the beach, in the park and out and about enjoying nature, the exposed skin has been damaged by the rays of the sun and it may be left with visible signs of aging and sun damage like redness, blemishes, facial veins, pigmentation, wrinkles or spots. It is at this time, as the autumn rolls in, that sk:n clinics notice a rise in the demand for chemical peels.
Many people are looking for an effective way to improve the appearance of their skin without having to go under a surgeon’s knife or enduring an invasive facelift. A chemical peel is one of the least invasive treatments for improving the appearance of skin. A skin peel is effective in treating uneven skin tones, fine lines and wrinkles, freckles, age and liver spots, irregular skin pigmentation, rough skin and scaly patches, scars and sun damaged skin.
A skin peel uses a safe chemical solution, usually an acid, to peel away the top layers of the epidermis to reveal the younger, smoother, blemish-free skin beneath. It strips away old, dead and damaged skin cells while encouraging collagen production. A chemical peel not only makes the skin on the face look smoother and younger, a skin peel is just as effective on neck and hands.
It is essential that skin is not exposed to sunlight after a skin peel so autumn is the ideal time to have a chemical peel. The experts at sk:n clinics offer specialist advice on the type of skin peel that will provide the best results for each skin type and condition.