Peeling and REGENERATION
In this category only peeling variants are presented that serve the REGENERATION of the skin.
Radical methods for quick results can easily overwhelm the natural regeneration of skin cells. You pay for the short-term effect with long-term pigment damage. Always get advice from a specialist who is also willing to take full responsibility for the products used. The rule of thumb applies: not too often and not too long!
Typical applications or indications are acne, scars (passive), regeneration and wrinkle reduction
The skin turns red and flakes. Visible redness for at least 2-3 days and massively increased sensitivity to light (UVA / UVB) for 15 days. The protective coat of the skin is completely destroyed for a short time. Sunbathing, solarium and direct sunlight should be avoided for at least 1 month. These peels use active ingredients such as TCA that are reserved for doctors.
The skin becomes slightly red, but does not peel. Increased sensitivity to light for 3 days. Avoid sunbathing, solarium and direct sunlight for at least 10 days.
Milder peels with synthetic and natural lactic or vitamin acids (e.g. C) with low pH values of 3-2.5% are effective peeling methods that can be used by everyone.
The skin is only better supplied with blood and hardly reddened. The skin does not perceive the natural substances in the pH range of 4.5-3.5% as aggressive. The skin is only supported in natural regeneration. Dead skin flakes of the top layer, which would be due in the next few days anyway, are removed. Reactions are a rare exception.
The ideal peeling for regeneration at home.
Also note the category: pigment shifts for lightening pigment spots