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Facial Mask Peels

Improve your skin’s texture and clarity and diminish fine lines


What is a Facial Mask Peel?

A Facial Mask Peels is an exfoliating peel that helps to unclog pores and encourage cell turnover to reveal healthy new skin. Both the Glycolic and Salicylic facial masks will improve the skin’s texture, diminish fine lines, improve the skin’s clarity and enhance the skin’s overall appearance. Recommended for all skin types. Your medical professional will help you choose which one of these is right for you.” Then add this as a new paragraph: “A series of 6 treatments at biweekly intervals is recommended for best results, or as prescribed by your medical professional.

What happens during a facial mask peel:

Your medical professional will cleanse your skin and then they will apply the solution using a tool that is like a brush or sponge. You may feel a slight tingling or stinging sensation while the solution is on the skin. After leaving the solution on for the recommended time, they will neutralize and remove it. A typical facial mask peel takes 30-45 minutes.

Peel 6 day progression.

Chemical peels are used to remove the outermost layer of the skin to reveal a smoother, healthier looking. skin. It helps with skin imperfections, fine lines, acne scars, and more. Some peels can have downtime, such as the peeling shown on the photo.

Real Facial Mask Peels Patient

Frequently Asked Questions

For a few hours after the peel, your skin will likely be red and may still sting, similar to the sensation of a sunburn. Within a few days, your skin will start to flake and peel, continuing for about a week. Any dark spots you had to begin with tend to get darker before they peel. Redness and darkening can last for four to seven days while the peeling takes place. It is very important to wear sunscreen and read the tips on caring for your skin after a facial mask peel.

After a facial mask peel:


• Avoid skincare products with other acids and retinoids for at least 24 hours.

• Use a mild cleanser and moisturizer only for the first few days to one week.

• Use a sunscreen of at least SPF 30 daily and other sun protection such as a hat and sunglasses.

• Stay out of direct sunlight while your skin is peeling.