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What's the difference between an Enzyme Peel and A Chemical Peel?

There’s a big difference!

Both are important and have their rightful place in the world of skin rejuvenation. The enzyme peel is made from fruit enzymes. It both nourishes and sloughs off dead skin cells, creating the perfect pH balance for your skin.

It also fights free radical damage, which causes premature aging, by removing the top layer of skin and exposing newer skin. Gentle and effective, even sensitive skin types can benefit.

I love enzyme peels because the result is immediate.

It helps to:

  • Control acne, shrink large pores, and remove blemishes

  • Diminish fine lines and wrinkles, as well as scars

  • Age spots and redness both fade

Your skin looks radiant and glowing.

I recommend an enzyme peel to accelerate the natural exfoliation process. It’s great for anti-aging purposes, acne, and oily and dry skin. Stay faithful with your exfoliation at home and you will see benefits from your enzyme peel for a much longer period of time.

Chemical peels, on the other hand, are made from various acids, including fruits. They, too, fight free radical damage. However, chemical peels remove far more layers of your skin and may require some down time. This treatment is for those that want deeper results.

For example:

  • The treatment of deeper lines and wrinkles

  • Sagging

  • Hard-to-treat acne

  • Large pores, and so on

After a chemical peel, you will need intensive moisturizers while the old skin peels away over several days to a week. Chemical peels can cause skin sensitivity. Sunscreen is recommended for both treatments.

Once the deeper exfoliation is complete, you will see glowing skin with diminished lines and wrinkles, improvement with sagging and age spots, and large pores appear smaller.

So which treatment is right for you?

Talk with Allie, Your Esthetician. She’ll guide you every step of the way! And book a Enzyme Peel Today!

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