Glycolic Peel Recovery?

Answer Chemical peels are aesthetic procedures that dissolve the outer layers of skin and encourage new, smoother tissue to emerge. They can be used to remove imperfections, such as wrinkles, fine lines, ... 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 »

Glycolic Peel Procedures?

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 »