You can get a professional exfoliating peel-a skin-resurfacing, in-office procedure that delivers fresher, younger-looking skin by shedding old skin cells and stimulating the formation of new skin cells. From fine lines to coarse wrinkles, dark patches, acne and redness, whatever your skin care concern, there is an exfoliating peel formulated to meet your specific skin care needs.
"In the world of skin resurfacing, which includes lasers, in-office peels continue to lead the way as the most reliable and economical method to deliver fresher, younger-looking skin," says dermatologist Chérie M. Ditre, M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Penn Medicine at Radnor. During a peel, the patient's face is cleansed to remove any excess oils. That lets the peel solution penetrate more efficiently. Next, the dermatologist applies a customized exfoliating peel. The peel works by breaking the bonds between skin cells, which helps to increase cell turnover for smoother, more radiant skin. After a few minutes, a neutralizing solution is applied, followed by a cooling post-procedure cream and sunscreen.
"My patients keep reminding me that they like peels as a cost-effective, minimally invasive way to get and maintain a healthy, natural and youthful glow," says Dr. Ditre. To minimize any irritation and discomfort, the Glytoneby Enerpeel® Peel Systems slow the particles that break the bonds between skin cells, so they act with more precision. A special ingredient, MethylSulfonyl Methane, has an anti-inflammatory effect to minimize recovery time.
For the best results with a professional peel, dermatologists recommend:
For more information, go to www.glytone-usa.com.
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