Winter has come, and in any esthetic medicine clinic that respects itself, or even in a beauty salon, cosmetologists offer clients to do peeling. Why in the winter? Yes, because in the summer such procedures are contraindicated due to strong solar radiation.
The thing is that the principle of any peeling is that the upper keratinized (sometimes not only it) skin layer is removed along with old problems – dryness, excessive keratinization, pigmentation, and, of course, wrinkles. Whether it is chemical strong peels, or home-made peeling creams with microabrasive particles, they are all designed to bring forth fresh, youthful skin of God without flaws, causing cells of the surface layers to divide. Therefore, until such a skin reaches a certain “maturity”, it cannot be exposed to ultraviolet radiation. So with the onset of winter – welcome to peelings.
According to experts, there are no clear age restrictions for peeling, except, perhaps, for the patient to reach the lower Continue reading