The skin of the face needs constant cleansing not only of decorative cosmetics and impurities, but also of dead cells. Conventional cleansers are not able to completely cleanse the face of the stratum corneum, resulting in flaking, dryness and premature aging of the skin. To avoid such an outcome and preserve the beauty of your face as long as possible, you must periodically perform the peeling procedure. What is its peculiarity and how to properly peel your face, this article will tell you.
A skin cell lives for about 28 days, after which it dies. If such cells are not removed from the surface of the skin in time, then they clog the pores. As a result, metabolic processes slow down and cells receive less nutrients.
Peeling is a procedure that helps to rid the skin of the dead layer of cells by exfoliating them from the surface.
The mechanism of action of the peeling is that after exfoliation of dead cells, the skin, as if in response to damage, starts the processes of tissue regeneration, renewing cells, producing collagen and elastin fibers, thereby rejuvenating the face.
After the procedure, blood circulation improves, not only dead cells are cleared, but also age spots, acne, comedones, metabolic processes are enhanced, the structure and complexion are leveled, and the skin becomes soft and velvety. <
The main indications for peeling are:
But you should also remember about the contraindications of the procedure. So, for example, it is forbidden to perform it for pregnant and lactating women, at high temperatures, infectious diseases, with exacerbation of chronic ailments, as well as if there are wound surfaces and burns on the face.
In addition, peeling is not performed in the presence of warts, large moles, papillomas, herpetic eruptions and other formations, as well as if there are cardiovascular pathologies, blood diseases, oncology, diabetes mellitus in the anamnesis.
All types of peelings can be divided according to depth and method of action. Let's take a closer look at each group.
By method of exposure
Mechanical peeling. It, in turn, is divided into the following types: