Chemical Peels You Can Do At Home

I’ve had so many emails about the post I did on chemical peels, many from ladies who either don’t live near a  day spa, who’s budget doesn’t allow for it right now, or who’s schedule doesn’t permit frequenting one, but all of whom want to add the chemical peel into their skin care regime.

If you fall into that category, or if you just want to do them at home, here are a couple of fabulous options from my go to skin care website,

Credentials Fruit Enzyme Peel ($25)

Utilizing a blend of fruit extracts and enzymes, this unique product exfoliates without using granules or abrasives. Salicylic acid, combined with papaya and bromelin enzymes, dissolves surface buildup for a purer finish. Naturally fragrant spearmint and camphor oils increase circulation, aiding the skin in the release of toxins, and reducing inflammation. Formulated with oil-free moisture, the skin is rendered soft, brightened and revived.

After cleansing the skin, apply and leave on for 10 -15 minutes, then rinse off. (easy peasy)

Dr Denese Firming Facial Resurfacing Peel $34.99

What is it: An innovative, creamy orange peel that delivers a brightened, refreshed complexion. It deeply exfoliates to reveal smooth, radiant skin that is firm, toned, and glowing, while improving skin’s texture and elasticity in just five minutes.

Who is it for: Anyone with poor skin texture; uneven skin tone; dull, lackluster skin; skin lacking radiance and glow; lack of firmness to the skin; dry, rough skin; or tired, unhealthy looking skin.

Why is it different: Enriched with innovative Actizone Firming Factor, this new, ultra-light peel delivers superior visible benefits from using the treatment just a few times a week. It delivers an instant glow and smoothness to the skin, deeply exfoliates the skin, and helps revitalize skin texture and clarity.

How do I use it: Cleanse face. Apply peel to the entire face, avoiding the eye area. Leave peel on for five minutes, then rinse off with warm water to reveal a smooth, glowing, firm complexion.

Most peels can be used weekly to keep your skin in glowing, luminous condition, and are definitely preferable to facial scrub exfoliants, in my opinion anyway!

If you go to BeautyatSkinDeep check out their sample program. You can build your skin care wardrobe one step at a time with products they let you sample first.
They have great Help and Advice sections, and beauty experts to help you choose the correct products for your skin type and needs.

1 Comment

  1. February 14, 2012 / 7:03 am

    Some of the comparison for DIY Chemical Peels treatment with that to chemical peel product available in the market with the same composition.

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