Hello fellow sugarers! Just wanted to take a little time out to highlight our most popular style of facial, the AHA 30% Pumpkin Chemical Peel. This particular facial is considered a superficial peel, which means it is the most gentle form of chemical peel and is the most ideal for all skin types. This treatment is formulated to provide deep exfoliation to the facial area, allowing acids to effortlessly penetrate clogged pores by successfully destroying surface bacteria and oil, while assisting in cell proliferation. The oil from pumpkin seeds is uniquely beneficial for the skin. Pumpkin seeds are also a rich source of minerals, particularly zinc, which is a great antioxidant and skin healer. So, individuals with acne will benefit from this peels balancing and healing properties, as well as people with aging, mature, or dry skin will see a change due to its ability to promote healthy cell structure and cellular renewal. Individuals with a normal skin type will also enjoy and benefit from this peels gentle, nourishing qualities.

This type of superficial chemical peel is particularly helpful in the treatment of fine wrinkles, areas of dryness, uneven pigmentation, and acne. By using an acid peel, you are tapping into your body’s own natural ability to replenish and refresh skin cells while binding moisture, antioxidants, vitamins, and nutrients to the skin. This allows the fresh new skin cells below the surface to brighten up the skin’s appearance.

Although chemical peels do typically remedy acne, excess oil, and reduce blackheads, these will also be brought to the surface first as they are purged from your skin and some individuals may experience their acne and congestion come to the surface two or three days after the treatment. If this happens, a mud/clay masque can be applied to absorb and treat the excess oil and/or breakouts. In the days to follow your skin will feel and look beautiful, guaranteed! For further information regarding the pumpkin peel and other facials, please visit the link below the comments section.