This article will explain how to have a chemical peel for skin lightening at home. I was asked by my friend about this spa and Mike todo a facial at his office so he could relax and get some “Bangkok” done. I agreed that this would be a great option since I am very susceptible to sun damage. Mike has fine, fair skin and since he lives in Hawaii, I was thrilled to try this method.
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To have a chemical peel at home is a fairly simple process but, like anything else, there are pros and cons to it. The pro is that it is very safe and non-invasive. I had my first session at my friend’s office and didn’t feel any pain or discomfort. It was very gentle on my skin, with no added products, creams, or lotions to rub onto my face to brighten it up. It was simply me laying back on the table with my face exposed to the chemicals. This was my first experience with chemical peels but, I’m happy to say that I now have beautiful, even skin without any harsh chemicals.
The only con to this method is that you can only have one treatment a year and if your skin breaks out afterward, it is no big deal because it will just come right back after you have taken the chemical in. Otherwise, it is a very good choice because it can be used on any part of the body with good results. My friend is using the resurfacing treatment on both the face and neck. The results are good so far and she says she couldn’t be happier with the results. I think it is a good idea for anyone who is fair-skinned and has thinning or dark skin.