And one surefire way to get the softest, smoothest, clearest skin in a flash is with an at-home chemical peel. Essentially a toned-down version of the peels used at spas and dermatologist offices, at-home peels offer serious exfoliation benefits in just a few minutes.
Which chemical peel is best at home?
Best Chemical Peel For Hyperpigmentation Sukari Babyfacial AHA + BHA Mask is great for hyperpigmentation and dullness, working for all skin types. It's a lightweight cream that contains 25 percent AHAs and two percent BHA by way of salicylic acid. There's also chickpea flour in there to balance skin.
Can I do a chemical peel myself?
Mild to medium at-home chemical peels are generally suitable for most skin types. However, if you have very sensitive skin or allergies, then it may be best to avoid them altogether.
Do OTC chemical peels work?
Store bought superficial peels can sometimes be effective in minimizing the appearance of mild acne, blackheads and whiteheads. They can also help skin appear more hydrated and supple. Superficial peels should not be painful. They may cause some tingling, but don't have any downtime associated with them.
How do you give yourself a chemical peel at home?
Eyes. Then you move on to the hydro brite pro 5 liquid exfoliant. Which you use on the gauze pad that's provided in the kit. You can apply that allow it to dry for 30 seconds.
What products to use during chemical peel?
What else you'll need
|Ingredient or equipment
|to protect sensitive areas of skin that the chemical peel shouldn't touch, like the sides of the nose, lips, and eye sockets
|stopwatch or timer
|to keep track of when to neutralize the peel
|to protect your hands when handling the chemical peel