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The importance of Chemical Peels

I found an article that I thought was right on and I'd like to share with my favorite ladies. ............. You probably don't often think about cell turnover that the behind the scenes process determines the luminosity of your skin. The reason skin looks so bright in your teens is that it doesn't have mounds of dead cells on its surface, at that age dead skin cells fall off every 28 days but by adulthood some cells hold on 40, 50, 60, days. Not only does skin look duller from those old cells but slower cell turnover also triggers lost collagen production, which results in a loss of firmness and more wrinkles. Luckily, there's an easy way to turn up your turn over and get your skins glow back and it's called the chemical peel. In the few minutes that the peel appears on your face it unglues the bands connecting dead cells to the surface of your skin so that they can fall away. When the cells come off, your skin senses that it has lost some of its volume and starts to make new skin cells. The loss also sends a signal to fibroblast cells deep in your skin to increase the skins level of hyaluronic acid and begin collagen production which makes skin thicker and less crepy. Now is the perfect time to schedule your Chemical Peel.our post here.
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