Can I get a chemical peel with active acne?

Certain types of active acne can be improved, but it depends on the amount and level of infection. You may need an antibiotic to help calm and remove any infection before having a The Perfect Peel chemical peel applied my a medical professional. In addition, your Dr or Nurse may prescribe you a tretinoin cream in the lead up to treatment.

How does a chemical peel treat acne?

We know they certainly types of acids are extremely successful in dealing with acne. A number of acids have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant and and anti-redness capabilities. The Perfect Peel contains a blend of 5-acids, 2 antioxidants and a blend of additional skin-loving ingredients to clear and renew the skin.

How many peels will I need to treat acne?

Acne looks so different in each individual, so it’ hard to say how many treatments are required. Acne usually requires management, patience and perseverance. The Perfect Peel is an incredible addition to acne treatment plans.

Because acne purges are quite common, it’s often necessary to have a number of treatments. We recommend leaving around 4 weeks between treatments, and using our prescription strength tretinoin cream too.

When will I see result from a peel for acne?

This will also depend upon the individual. However, following a peel the effect will be seen in around 28 days- or a full skin cycle.

In addition, depending on the type of skin products, whether they are prescription or non prescription and depending on the type of acne, it can take 6-12 months to get in control of how you manage acne. The most important thing to remember is once you gain control, you will still get the odd breakouts, but it’s how quickly your skin recovers.

Treating Adult Acne

Lots of people are unaware of the fact that adult acne exists and they seem to not know how to treat adult acne. People have this misconception that acne only happens during the teenage years and gradually wears off as they age. For most people, this fact may be true but it is important to note that acne does not start during the teenage years only and there are a significant number of adults that experience such conditions.

There are lots of reasons why a person develops adult acne. The majority of the people that suffer from this condition are those who also experienced acne problems during their teens, however, the treatment for this is not the same when you were in your teens since your skin is different from how it used to be. Because of this, here are some tips on how to treat adult acne.

Buy Medical Grade Skincare

If you need to, make sure you buy a reputable over the counter (OTC) acne treatment product. OTC products can help mild acne breakouts. Nowadays, there are a lot of acne treatments that are available on the market. But, you need to be aware of the product and if it is safe to use or not. Some products have been proven to be ineffective and might have harsh elements that could further damage your skin.

Speak to a Medical Professional

If you are unsure which products to use, or OTC ones are not helping, it would be best to consult a medical skin expert, such as a medical aesthetics professional. This will ensure that the products suit your skin type. In addition, they are also able to prescribe stronger skincare, as well as incorporate additional treatment, such as The Perfect Peel.

Chemical Peels for Acne

Chemical skin peels are a highly effective treatment for many types of acne, including adult acne. Keep in mind that these procedures should be done in medically led aesthetics clinics.

The Perfect Peel contains a blend of 5 acids, 2 anti-oxidants as well as botanical, skin-loving ingredients. The peel has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-redness capabilities to help stop the causes of acne. In addition because it encourages cellular turnover, causes the top layer of skin to shed and penetrates to a medium depth within the skin, it will help to renew the quality of the skin, decreasing the appearance of scars and pigmentation.

Free Consultation

Many professionals offer a free consultation, if you are unsure The Perfect Peel would be best suited to your skin and needs, speak with a trained professional in The Perfect Peel.

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