Your skin goes through a lot in the winter, as it stays exposed to the elements. Wind, rain, cold and don’t forget the sun can still damage your skin even in January. Going indoors means dry, centrally heated environments; which dry out your skin too.
In preparation for the summer, skincare experts recommend good exfoliation to gently remove the dead top layers of skin to reveal a brighter complexion. Chemical peels penetrate deep into the skin. For best results, they are usually offered as a course of 3 treatments, though a single peel will often produce a noticeable improvement.
A spokesperson from The Hospital Group’s non-surgical treatment team said “The chemical peel offers a simple, safe and effective treatment. We use it to freshen the skin and work deep within. The peel tackles the visible signs of aging on more mature skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines, discolouration and blemishes for a fresher, radiant and more youthful look to the skin. Equally, peels can be of great benefit in younger skin or treating acne, delivering a fresh, healthy, glowing complexion.
We offer the chemical peel in our network of well-equipped clinics around the country and have a team of specially trained nurses who are expert in aesthetic treatments.”
Non-surgical cosmetic surgery news : 7 April 2011