Glycolic Peel Procedures?

Answer A glycolic peel procedure is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure performed to yield younger looking, radiant skin. Glycolic peels are in the family of chemical peels, but are of the mildest type. Per... Read More »

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Differences Between a Chemical Peel and a Glycolic Peel?

A glycolic acid peel is a mild, natural alphahydroxy acid (AHA) skin peel that derives from sugar cane and sometimes fruit acids. Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and phenol chemical peels are stronger a... Read More »

How Do I Make a Glycolic Peel?

Glycolic acid is a natural acid derived from sugar cane and numerous fruits. It is common in facial treatments and chemical peels. Glycolic acid peels, when used properly, exfoliate the outer layer... Read More »

Glycolic Peel Information?

Chemical peels are used to treat "troubled" skin or to maintain healthy, youthful-looking skin. These peels can be used as stand-alone treatments, or can be combined with microdermabrasion or laser... Read More »

Microdermabrasion Vs. Glycolic Peel?

Men and women alike want to put their best face forward. The first step is to have a clear and smooth complexion. Microdermabrasion and glycolic peels are two ways to obtain a virtually blemish-fre... Read More »