Human skin tends to constantly renew itself, however, many adverse factors affect this recovery process. Over time, the pores become clogged with particles of dust, sweat, sebum, which makes it difficult for the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the skin. In order for the skin to retain its elasticity and youth for many years, it is necessary to do such a procedure as peeling from time to time.
With regular skin exfoliation, the aging process can be slowed down at an early stage. In the process of peeling, in addition to cleansing the skin, a kind of lifting effect occurs and collagen production is activated. Dead cells are removed, the skin gets more oxygen and nutrients. The tonic effect improves blood circulation, reduces flabbiness and cellulite. Peeling is also useful for acne and pimples. With regular procedures, you can cleanse the skin in a fairly short time and bring it to an aesthetic appearance.
It is known that peeling was used in ancient times, the women of Ancient Egypt used various methods of scrubbing the skin in order to rejuvenate. Those peels included a variety of oils and abrasives such as sulfur and limestone. Due to the fact that the upper layers of the skin were exfoliated, the appearance was significantly improved, wrinkles became less noticeable, and the skin acquired velvety and softness.
Today in cosmetology there are many different types of skin peels: acid, laser, ultrasonic, vacuum and others. Salon types of peeling have a number of contraindications that should not be neglected. So peeling is not recommended for pregnant women, allergy sufferers, diabetics, as well as for diseases such as hypertension, dermatitis and various skin infections. Active renewal of the epidermis can also be triggered with a scrub or a special brush with stiff bristles at home. Such peeling will be especially appropriate before a vacation in hot countries, so that the tan lays down faster and smoother.