Lite Refresh Chemical Peel by Epionce®
Our Epionce® Lite Refresh peel works to unleash the natural potential of your skin and is developed by skincare brand Epionce®, who simply believe that healthy skin is beautiful skin. Epionce® have integrated over twenty years of clinical skin research, science and botanical ingredients to create products that reveal beautifully bright and smoother skin. This treatment is great for the majority of skin concerns and can help with acne, post-acne discolouration, rosacea and overly red skin, along with sensitive skin as it strengthens the skin’s natural barrier response, which also helps improve signs of aging and overall dullness of the skin.
Sal-e and Mal-e Chemical Peels by Epionce®
This Epionce chemical peel reduces inflammation by combining malic and salicylic acids with plant ingredients. Acne, rosacea, hyperpigmentation, fine lines on the face, and wrinkles can all be reduced with this peel.
This peel promotes maximum cell turnover while causing little discomfort and peeling. There is little to no downtime associated with this peel. This is a fantastic peel for the face.
Frequently Asked Questions
A chemical peel could be the answer to your skin's age or damage. It's a simple and efficient way to improve the tone and texture of your skin on your face, neck, and even hands.
A chemical peel, also known as chemexfoliation or dermapeeling, improves the appearance of your skin by using a chemical solution. A chemical solution is applied to your skin during this therapy, causing stress or injury to the layers of your skin. The layers of skin finally peel away, revealing more youthful skin beneath. The new skin is usually smoother, with fewer creases and wrinkles, a more even hue, and a more youthful appearance.
Chemical peels, like many other procedures, may need to be repeated on a regular basis to obtain and maintain ideal results. Continue reading to learn how frequently you should have a chemical peel. How often you should have this treatment depends on the chemical peel you choose as well as your desired results.
A gentle chemical peel every two to five weeks may be appropriate in some instances. A medium chemical peel should be done every three to nine months if you choose that option. A deep chemical peel is a once-in-a-lifetime treatment.