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Peels have grown massively in popularity over the past two decades and can be a very effective treatment to revitalise
and tighten the skin, treat sun damage, reduce lines and wrinkles and deal with
abnormal pigmentation problems.
Peels are also a very powerful treatment for acne and can be very effective where more conventional treatments have failed to adequately control this condition. They do not all cause severe peeling, redness and blistering that some television makeover programmes will have us believe.
There are many different types of medical peels and they can be used on the face, hands, décolleté, arms, legs etc.. Some are carried out as a course of treatment (example weekly or monthly), others are applied in a single treatment.
Most peels also involve the use of home aftercare products and it is important to follow the skincare instructions you are given following a peel to ensure you gain maximum benefit from your investment in your skin.
One of our patients ("Mrs B") recently kept a fantastically detailed and very useful diary about her experience
of having a medium-depth skin peel and she offered to share it with our website readers to help de-mystify some of
the myths that exist about skin peels and also explain what it is like to have one.
Mrs B explains "I am extremely pleased with the results" and we hope you find her 10-day experience, written in her own words, both interesting and useful.
Download 'My Peel Diary' by Mrs B