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To obtain the best results from a chemical peel application, you must prepare your skin so the acids will penetrate evenly and effectively.
Pretreating the skin before peels accomplishes two things: first conditioning the epidermis allows the peel to penetrate deeper and more evenly, and second it inhibits pigment production so that the skin is less
likely to hyperpigment in response to the peel.
It is particularly important to balance the skin prior to applying a peel.
Basically, introducing a small dosage of corrective ingredients daily helps the cellular turnover within the skin. This gentle technique conditions the cells for trauma, strengthens the underlying skin, prepares for induced irritation, and inhibits melanin production within the skin. All these steps impact the success of a peel, helping to prevent adverse reactions during post-peel applications.