Friday June 5, 2020

Peeling back the layers

This week, your foolproof guide to facials that pack more punch

30th April, 2017

Glycolic, phenol or trichloroacetic? Enzyme or Kojic acid? When it comes to facial peels – the procedure designed to smooth the surface of the skin by removing dead skin cells – no one size fits all.

A major player in the skincare industry, peels work as an assistant to our skin, kickstarting renewal once the skin’s natural exfoliation system begins to wane (which happens from the age of 25 onwards). With various ingredients, strengths and...

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