Chemical Peels: The Secret To Perfect Skin
August 10, 2018
For all the money we spend on products and devices promising us “flawless skin,” few of us have reached our goal. We still suffer with skin afflictions we just can’t get rid of.
But what if the secret to perfect skin was a monthly, thoroughly enjoyable treatment? And what if that secret could address a multitude of the conditions that plague our skin? What if we didn’t have to suffer with skin problems we’ve spent years trying to eliminate, to no avail but at great financial cost?
Chemical peels are an innovative, incredibly effective treatment to address a wide range of concerns, including:
- Scarring (Including acne scars)
- Uneven skin tone
- Signs of aging
- Dullness/lack of glow
- Oily skin
- Enlarged pores
- Congested pores
Chemical peels performed in a clinic (rather than a beauty salon) use cutting-edge science to increase cell turnover, rejuvenate skin, and give us the gorgeous skin we all dream of having.
The advantage chemical peels in-clinic have over over-the-counter products and salon peels is their powerful yet gentle way of exfoliating. This is the essential step to revealing younger, fresh skin and keeping the pores clear of sebum, bacteria, and dead skin.
Most of us know that regular exfoliation is key. But many of us are not exfoliating in a way that is truly efficacious. Worse, many exfoliating products available outside of clinics will throw the skin out of balance – thus causing even more problematic skin. This includes irritation, dehydration, redness, and even scarring.
Many people use granular scrubs to exfoliate. Not only are these ineffective for treating our skin concerns, but these often do real damage. The sharp grit makes microscopic tears in the skin, worsening the condition of our epidermis.
The science behind chemical peels turns naturally-occurring acids into amazing exfoliating agents. ‘Alpha-hydroxy acid’ or acid peel might sound scary, but these compounds are derived from fruit, sugarcane, and milk. They are gentle and deliver more impressive results.
Bonus: The benefits increase with every chemical peel. Consistency is crucial to sustain and maximise results. Over time, the cumulative effects of chemical peels build, yielding even better, more obvious improvement. Ideally, chemical peels should be in-clinic every 28 days – approximately once per skin renewal cycle.
So if you’re tired of living with hyperpigmentation, acne, acne scars (and other scarring), signs of aging, dryness, dehydration, oily skin, congested pores, enlarged pores, and other conditions standing between you and perfect skin, ditch the weak over-the-counter products that drain your budget without giving you flawless skin.
Think investment, not spend. Think perfect skin, not okay skin. Think relaxation and safety, not drudgery and irritation.
Come for an in-clinic chemical peel at SISU. Call 1890-99-89-48, send us a WhatsApp message, email [email protected], click here, or go to SISU Clinics’ FB page to book your free consultation with your SISU doctor and find out what innovative chemical peels can do for your skin. We’d love to see you – and help you achieve the flawless, smooth, glowing complexion you deserve.
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