Have you had fun, fun, fun in the sun? Did you spend your teen years laying out in the sun tanning? And if you answered yes to either of those questions, how is your skin today?
Are you seeing a lot of wrinkles, do you feel like you are aging more rapidly then your friends who are the same age? If so, it's probably because sun damage can cause you to wrinkle prematurely, but thanks to a cosmetic procedure called Vitalize Peel you can not only reverse the damage from over exposure to the sun, but you can also reverse the signs of aging.How Does Vitalize Peel Work?
By utilizing both alpha-hydroxy acid and retinoic acid, the Vitalize Peel is a strong, yet gentle treatment regime. After just one peel you will be able to see visible improvement in your skin's texture and tone, a reduction of fine lines and more youthful looking skin. For the best results you will need to have a series of peels.
The Vitalize Peel can help with pigmentation problems like melasma and age spots as well as stimulate collagen growth. This revolutionary peel is safe and effective for all skin types.Benefits
The Vitalize peel added benefit is that it exfoliates dead skin cells, tightens those large bothersome pores, reduces acne and acne scars, it also reduces fine lines and wrinkles.After Treatment
After a treatment, your skin will probably feel tight like its been exposed to the sun or wind. It is recommended that you keep your skin well moisturized. The amount of peeling that occurs will depend greatly on your skin type. You not experience any peeling or you may peel for several days to a week. Sunscreen should be applied regularly because your skin will fragile. You should also avoid any alpha hydroxy glycolic acid products and retinoid products during the healing process.
For more information about Vitalize Peel Treatments you should contact a cosmetic surgeon in your area. Whether it's a Vitalize Peel or another cosmetic procedure, a doctor in your area can help you decide what treatment options are best for you.
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