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Old 02-08-2008, 02:44 PM   #1
 
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Default best chemical peel if you're in your 20's?

i'm not looking to look like i belong in the wax museum just want something to help with old facial scars and all that good stuff. what's the best chemical peel to use if you're not trying to do anything major and no downtime. i'm only 26 so i don't need a new face of skin yet. thanks guys


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Old 02-14-2008, 04:50 PM   #2
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Dude from what I've found out it's just best to AVOID any chemical peels on our faces for now. You're better off just getting a light laser treatment or something. With the peels you might get that wax looking skin. Just stick the lasers for now you're not a senior citizen yet.

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I totally disagree! There are plenty of light chemical peels that work great to restore the look of your skin. By no means do you have to get some huge one with lots of acid that takes weeks of recovery. Those are more rare. A nice glycolic peel can restore freshness to your skin and help fade scars and sun spots. Don't act like every chemical peel is the same. I suggest you look into it, for sure. The best method is most likely doing laser and mild chemical peels and moisturizing, of course.

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I would advise against any prescription strength chemical peel at that age. You would be better off going with the vbeam laser or some other laser for maintenance to stimulate collagen and elastin production instead. There's no need for drastic peels yet.

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Default chemical peels

For individuals who want a complete revival of their skin chemical peels are the way to go. They can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, sun damage and pigmentation.

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