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Spending time in the sun can be relaxing, but it’s not always great for your skin. Dark spots can enhance the skin’s aging process to make you appear older. If you’ve tried everything to correct these spots and restore brightness to your complexion, then you know how difficult it can be!
A combination peel and Pigment Corrector Cream can help reduce the appearance of aging by lightening skin appearance and getting rid of dark spots, blemishes, and dead skin cells. Your skin will appear visibly brighter for the fresh appearance you’ve always wanted! Here’s what you need to know about these two treatments and how they work.
It works by exfoliating the dead skill cells to help reduce the appearance of dark spots. You can use a combination peel to help get your skin ready for other creams. A combination peel is ideal for those pesky first signs of skin aging, such as blemishes and dark spots.
Research shows that a combination chemical peel (especially one that contains salicylic acid and mandelic acid) is more effective than single-chemical peels for the treatment of acne. The study also found that there were minimal side effects. Results also lasted longer than single-chemical peels.
Another study found that chemical peels containing glycolic acid provided better results in the treatment of photodamaged facial skin in women than treatments without it (2). The study noted that adding glycolic acid to chemical peels significantly enhanced skin elasticity and hydration while reducing the melanin index. The glycolic acid peel was found to be useful in the treatment of epidermal or superficial lesions. It also improved photodamaged facial skin texture.
Combination peels should only be used in a professional setting for the purpose of smoothing the skin’s surface and boosting its complexion. Key ingredients may include glycolic acid, lactic acid, salicylic acid, and mandelic acid. A combination peel should not be used if you are pregnant or have sunburned skin. It’s often used as step one of a three-step skin lightening process.
An expert pregnant corrector can be used as step-two of your skin lightening regimen. It is designed to target uneven skin tones and reduce dark aging spots. The following formula has proven to be effective at improving skin tone and complexion:
- Mandelic acid, salicylic acid and retinol A: these ingredients exfoliate the skin to visibly smooth its surface and enhance the complexion.
- Alpha arbutine, licorice root extract, undecylenoyl phenylalanine, ethyl L ascorbic acid, niacinamide and resveratrol: these ingredients help reduce the appearance of dark spots and even out the skin’s complexion and tone. This antioxidant blend also helps reduce inflammation by combating free radical damage to reverse the premature signs of skin aging. Your skin should be feel better hydrated and less textured after use.
This type of gentle treatment is safer to use than others that contain harsh chemicals. It should only be used in a doctor’s office. The treatment may take 30 minutes from beginning to end and should be done four times every two weeks over the course of two months for best results. Improvements are usually seen after one month of consistent use.
You can further enhance your treatment by avoiding the sun, wearing SPF 15 protection when outdoors, and avoiding extreme hot or cold temperatures. Activities such as microdermabrasion, saunas, and Bikram yoga should also be avoided.
Before getting this treatment, your doctor may want to do an analysis of your skin to determine if your skin will benefit. Your doctor may also check for possible skin allergies that conflict with this treatment. It’s a good idea to take before and after pictures with your smartphone so that you can see your results as they progress!