Chemical peels are techniques used to improve skin texture, fight aging, reduce pigmentation, sun damage, treat acne and so many other skin benefits. They help your skin look fresh, young, and beautiful by peeling off dead skins and the regenerated skin is usually smoother, less wrinkled than the old skin.

Lactic acid is a non-irritating rapid exfoliate that increases the skin cell turnover on the surface of the skin and produces a more vibrant and smoother skin. Lactic/50 peel procedure is a good treatment that actively combats acne


by removing toxins on the surface of the skin. While Lactic Acid works on the surface of the skin, Glycolic/60 peel procedure works below the skin’s surface stimulating the underlying collagen and it is designed to fight acne, dryness, and skin dehydration.

There have been so many myths surrounding chemical peels and for this purpose we would talk about two peels – Glycolic and Lactic Acid chemical peels. People are still apprehensive to have these wonderful treatments and it is about time we cleared up such misconceptions surrounding chemical peels.



1. ‘’I CAN’T ALTERNATE TWO TYPES OF PEEL’’: People believe you cannot alternate two types of chemical peels because of the word ‘chemical’. This is not true as different types of peels can be alternated if they are not used too frequently.

2. HEAVY SKIN PEELING AFTER HAVING A CHEMICAL PEEL: Chemical peels exfoliate and remove top layers of the skin and you may not notice visible peeling in some cases. You do not need to peel heavily for a chemical peel to be effective.

3. ‘’I HAVE SENSITIVE SKIN I CAN’T RECEIVE CHEMICAL PEEL’’: This is not true, there are several skincare treatments that are designed for sensitive skin issues and peeling are some of the ways to treat them.


Lactic Acid is a good for people who are new to peel so they can feel comfortable.

4. ‘’MY SKIN ROUTINE CANNOT AFFECT MY CHEMICAL PEELS’’: Following a good skincare routine improve your skin response to chemical peel treatment and overall improves your skin health. If you do not have an appropriate skin routine, it can mar your chemical peel process.

5. PEOPLE WITH DRY SKIN SHOULD NOT DO THE PEEL TREATMENT: Dead skins are removed with chemical peels and are good ways to treat dry skin. You can book for consultation if you are not sure of your skin and we recommend the appropriate peel treatment for your skin type.

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Glycolic Acid or Lactic Acid

It is normal to experience breakouts after a peel, but they are temporary and are important part of the peel treatment process. Lactic acid is less harsh on the skin and it is a more moisturizing peel than Glycolic skin peels and they rejuvenate the skin and gives you a glowing look. You should go for them.

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