Looking to invigorate your skin? Why not try home skin peels? Peels are great for rejuvenating and renewing your skin, but with so many different types available it can get a bit confusing. So I scoured YouTube for the best videos to help you learn more about them so you can learn what to expect and be able to make an informed decision when you decide to take the plunge.
One of the primary Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) peels, lactic acid peels are great for beginning DIY peelers because it is a very mild peel and in addition it works well on all skin types. Watch the video below for a nice overview – learn about the benefits, concentrations and intervals, what to do post peel and you’ll also be able to see a live demonstration of the whole peeling process.
You may be tempted to jump right into a salicylic acid peel 30% treatment thinking more is better, but if this is your first diy peel, you’ll be well advised to start off with a lower percentage to see how your skin tolerates the peel. On the other hand, if you’re an experienced diy peeler, this peel strength can really make a difference and should give you the soft smooth skin you are after.
Using an acid peel for your skin is a fantastic way to treat things like acne and damage from the sun, and just to rejuvenate your skin in general. However, this can be a pretty expensive thing to have done for you professionally, so for many out there the at-home option of applying the treatment themselves is much more appealing. Which of these choices is the right fit for your own needs?
The benefits of a glycolic peel 30% concentration are to improve skin tone, decrease the size of pores and give a healthier glow to your skin. Since glycolic peels are mild, they are best used to treat surface imperfections. This concentration is great for beginning diy peel users and the peeling agent is also safe to use on all skin types and there is no downtime or heavy peeling to deal with. However, since these peels are superficial and only penetrate the outermost layer of your skin, you will need a series of treatments to see significant results, but they can be a great maintenance tool to keep your skin looking good after you’ve had a deeper peel.
A girls night out spa party is a great excuse to get together with your girl friends to relax, rejuvenate and have some fun. They can get makeovers, facials, manicures, pedicures, and just basically get pampered the way every girl wants.
And the good thing about this kind of party is that you do not necessarily need to hire a professional or use expensive spa products because you and your friends can do the makeovers, manicures, and pedicures to each other using homemade beauty treatments.
There are a number of things you need to consider when planning a DIY home spa party. Use these spa party ideas (for more ideas, check out the resources at the end of this article) to help you plan your own successful at home spa party.
If you love to make your own beauty recipes, you should watch this video as Fran shows you how to whip up your own body butter homemade recipes to treat dry skin and dark under eye circles and puffiness.
Diamonds really are a girl’s best friend. Now not only can you wear your diamonds but you can have it in your skin care products as well. These are the most luxurious skin care products on the market with a price tag to match. But it will cost you to add these ultra-luxe products to your beauty routine.
Would you use Crisco on your face? Or how about Orajel on your lips? There are lots of outrageous beauty claims circling the web. Do they work and should you try them? In this article not only will you discover the most bizarre beauty claims, but the editors actually tried the stuff on themselves to see if it works.
Can you really save money doing your own at home acid peels? While full-service facial peels from high-end spas can make you look prettier and feel like a million bucks, they can also come with a pretty hefty price, especially when you delve into the recommended frequency of the treatments to keep your skin looking fresh, combined with the types of deep peels offered.