Spring is the season of regeneration and it's time to rejuvenate your skin with peeling treatments which remove dead skin cells to reveal a healthy, radiant looking skin. Find out how you can visibly improve the look of your complexion with the following beauty tips for a perfect exfoliation!
Everyone knows that a beautiful skin begins with a proper
skin care routine and the use of
beneficial products. We might have all different needs when it
comes to beauty products, but there is definitely one thing we have
in common: the need to exfoliate.
The following beauty tips can help you find the perfect exfoliation method for you as this process leads to the regeneration of the skin and promotes a healthy, radiant complexion.
There are several methods you can turn towards when it comes to the exfoliation process, depending on personal preference as well as budget, but there are a few methods which stand out from the others. These methods are professional methods performed in beauty salons all over the world.
Specialists have developed these products and methods used to exfoliate the skin to promote healthy, beautiful looking skin that radiates. They act by removing the dead skin cells which cover the skin to allow new cells to regenerate. This way, the skin remains soft to the touch, glowing, and fine lines are faded away. Here are some tips to help you achieve a perfect exfoliated skin:
Peeling products and natural homemade exfoliants
If you're not a fan of beauty salons or you're just on a tight budget, don't worry, as you'll still be able to reach that healthy radiant skin you've always dreamed of. Facial scrubs and also fruits such as kiwis, grapefruits, papaya, and many more others can help remove those dead skin cells which cause a dull, unappealing look. There are a variety of products available for you, so make sure you choose right.
If you have acne problems, use a fruit exfoliating mask and avoid those peeling systems which feature small granules as they might irritate your pimples, doing more harm than good.
Intensive Repair Treatments
This type of peeling treatment is a bit more expensive than microdermabrasion and the procedure lasts longer as well, to about 90 minutes. The Intensive Repair Treatment is suitable for tired, dull and devitalized skin, as it helps oxygenate the skin deeply. The treatment begins with make-up removal and skin toning, after which the exfoliation process begins. Papaya and pineapple enzymes are used to remove the dead skin cells of the skin; these fruit acids work really well and are gentle on the complexion.
Next, the skin is oxygenated using a high frequency electrode, after which a purifying mask is applied. Then, a special vitalizing serum is applied and when the procedure ends, a final face cream is applied to protect the skin against external factors.
The result of this procedure is that of a face lift and a fresh, youthful complexion.
Microdermabrasion is a very popular procedure which helps remove dead skin cells and pigment spots from the skin's surface. This technique uses diamond dust to remove dead skin, and the procedure lasts about 15 minutes. During this time the beautician covers all the area of your skin, including the soft and sensitive zones around the eyes and the mouth. Due to the fact that after the treatment the skin pores are open, a highly intensive moisturizer is applied, thus the skin will remain soft and radiant. Microdermabrasion stimulates collagen and elastin production, blemishes are removed and fine lines faded, so give this procedure a try every month or so for a fabulous looking skin.
Chemical peels, just as the name suggests, use chemicals to gently burn the surface of the skin, to remove any dead skin cells and promote skin regeneration. This procedure should only be done by a professional as they can determine exactly the concentration you need to deal with your problems. There are different types of chemical peels, which vary from soft to harsh, depending on the skin's needs. After a consultation performed by a specialist in dermatology, the acid chemical peel will be applied in the concentration needed. After the treatment, an SPF protection face cream will be applied on the skin to protect it. It is advised to avoid sun exposure after this treatment until the skin cells regenerate. The results obtained after a chemical peel are a visibly rejuvenated complexion and a cleaner looking skin.
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