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Are At-Home Chemical Peels Dangerous?

Are At-Home Chemical Peels Dangerous?

When it comes to your skin, the word “peel” may harken back to the day you got too much sun and your skin started peeling from a sunburn.

Definitely not a good thing, right?

Right. That’s because any visible peeling is a sign of actual skin damage. You never want to see your skin peel.

But chemical peels – ones that are properly formulated to provide results without any visible peeling (ie. Damage) – are great and safe to perform at home! In fact, daily use of an at-home chemical peel is the key to the gorgeous, glowing skin we all want.


Glycolic Versus Enzyme Face Peel: Which One Is Better?

Chemical vs Enzyme Chemical Peels

There’s a whole world of exfoliation out there, and it isn’t just limited to scrubbing away at your skin. Instead, there are other exfoliants that can be applied to the skin to encourage cell turnover and removal of dead skin cells.

Today’s post focuses on two different chemical face peels: ones containing glycolic acid, and enzyme peels, which are sometimes called fruit or natural peels.


Selecting an At-Home Chemical Peel for Acne

The extra oil. The pimples. The enlarged pores. Acne can really do a number on your skin. Chemical peels can provide the non-abrasive exfoliation to get deep inside your pores to lessen acne symptoms and improve your appearance.

Since there are several available at-home chemical peels for acne on the market, you have some considerations to make when it comes to determining the best for you.