Looking after your face might be the most important thing to you – and if it is, then I hope you have made sure you are doing it properly.
You see, once the washing and the toning and the moisturising is all sorted, the next step is to get a chemical peel, just to add that extra sheen and strength to your skin.
But there’s a massive difference between a skin peel done by a doctor and a skin peel done by a beautician, especially if it’s on the aggressive side of things. Peels can go awfully pear-shaped:
As with all advanced skin treatments, the results and possible undesirable side effects often depend on the qualification and expertise of the practitioner. This is why it is critically important, if you’re considering a chemical peel, to have a consultation with a qualified doctor, dermatologist, or skin-care therapist.
They need to consider your skin type, the degree of sun damage, acne, pigmentation, medication, current skin care regime etc. to decide which type of peel is suitable for your skin and your needs.
They may use different peels on different areas depending on the sensitivity of the area, and take into consideration that skin may be more sensitive in drier climates or seasons.
Basically, like the professionals at the Renewal Institute.
Their signature treatment is the 3D Skin Rejuvenation, one of the most effective and non-ablative skin rejuvenation solutions available and involves combining three clinical applications viz. Titan, Photo Genesis and Laser Genesis.
But that’s just one of many.
To find out what treatment you need simply book a consultation with one of their medical doctors for a detailed consultation, needs analysis and treatment prescription.
Once that has been done, you will have a course of treatments with a therapist, as advised by the doctor, after which you will be re-assessed based on your results from the end of the course.
Unlike other places that focus on treating your skin, Renewal Institute takes a holistic approach, because while superficial treatments will make a difference, internal factors need to be addressed to ensure the longevity of treatment results.
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