Skins peeling for summer


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With the arrival of summer many women rush the tan regardless it is very important to prepare the skin to take this color on the skin evenly and last longer. But even in these cases, treatment may continue cleansing, moisturizing and peels to improve the complexion.

This needs a good exfoliation, may be just around the face or body. The idea is that these areas have accumulated many layers of skin as heels, knees or elbows remove excess dead skin

Until recently, deep exfoliation was reserved only for the winter months, in which the skin was protected from the sun’s rays. All this because it could lead to new spots on the face if the new skin resurfaces and burned into contact with UV rays.

Peeling summer for tanned skin

This practice is still firm but only for deeper peels for stains or clear marks on his face. Luckily there is a whole new technology in chemical peels that cater to summer, tanned skin and are not as reactive with the sun.

Prepare the skin

During the holidays you will be constantly exposed to the sun at the beach, pool or anywhere outdoors. Then with a good dose of sunscreen can achieve a nice, healthy tan. But, to make it even and much more durable, requires prior preparation in the spring so that the skin is ready and without waste.

This needs a good exfoliation, may be just around the face or body. The idea is that these areas have accumulated many layers of skin as heels, knees or elbows remove excess dead skin.

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This whole body is a scrub that contains salicylic acid and grainy texture that is what you drag the layer of keratinocytes or dead cells that have accumulated in the dermis. You can also remove impurities left in back, arms and face and start with super moisturizing masks.

Exfoliate in summer

If you do not have time to go through the center of aesthetics, there are still options to cleanse, moisturize and regenerate the skin. Micro-peeling is used because it can be done (with masks or rotating brushes polishers) in any season since the intensity is varied on polishing. In summer, the idea is not to go too deeply into the layers of skin regeneration and is faster. Following the microppeling it gives way to the application of acids in low concentrations to act also at surface.

Scrub Papaya: Papain as keratolytic agent is widely known as an effective alternative but gentle, suitable for all skin biotypes and all seasons. It is ideal for whitening, dissolve dead cells, remove the horny plug, smoothing wrinkles and smoothing the skin surface.

It is used as a mask and then steamed to enhance their effect. The papaya enzyme peel leaves skin ready and receptive to all kinds of treatment that is to be applied then.

Mandelic Acid

It is used especially in sensitive skin because it does not cause any reaction, mandelic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid derivative of bitter almonds.

By its molecular structure more slowly penetrates the skin surface being much less irritating than other acids. It has antibacterial properties that make it ideal for problem skin of acne. Exfoliate the skin quickly without causing unwanted whitening, making it ideal for darker skin. Furthermore, the acid inhibits the growth of melanin causing staining and uneven skin tone. It also reduces fine lines and wrinkles without irritation. Its usage is complete with masks decongestant, invigorating moisturizing to leave skin bright.

Ferulic Acid

This belongs to the latest generation of peels (glycolic acid exceeds, salicylic and trichloroacetic) because it does not cause itching and discomfort for the first few minutes of application. Also can be used on all skin types (the whiter the more tanned).

Their effects work by enhancing the vitamin C (antioxidant), anti-inflammatory and lightening; combined with other mild acids from fruit like lactic, malic and citric acids, which provide exfoliating and bleaching properties. Immediately after the peel it is a very soft note, with better texture, light and with a more uniform color.

Among chemical peels found mandelic acid, glycolic acid, lactic acid, salicylic acid, peelings and peelings enzymatic TCA (trichloro acetic acid). Each is recommended for skin type and for a particular function. Some even serve superficial peels, as those named above.

However, although many of them can be used in the months are more solar radiation is always necessary protection against the sun.

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