Acid Skin peels can be a great non-surgical, non-invasive way to brighten up your skin and give it a lift. If you’ve undergone your first skin peel in an effort to unveil the fresh, youthful skin beneath any dullness and acne, or to improve the overall texture of your skin to try and help reduce fine lines, you might be asking how to take care of your brand-spanking new skin.
Many of us want to have beautifully radiant skin that we are willing to pay for a professional or salon chemical face peel treatment on a regular basis. But not all of us can afford pricey salon visits. The solution? A do-it-yourself chemical face peel!
So, you’ve probably tried or heard about the wonders that salicylic acid chemical peels can do to an acne-prone face, and you thought, “Hey, I could probably save more and do this at home.” Smart move, considering a commercially-prepared salicylic acid peel could cost you anywhere between $60-$100 or more, depending on the products and extra amenities used, and on how posh the place or spa is.