If you have not heard about a diagnostic peel, you may want to read on till the end of this article. A diagnostic peel is a skin peel treatment that tests the health of your skin cells and identifies how much your skin can take in one treatment to rejuvenate it without damage. The basic cocktail of a fruit peel will test which areas of your face are ready for a more advanced treatment and which one of them need preparation before going ahead with anything stronger. HL cocktail of fruit peels is the most advanced method to do it.
After the first layer of the peel is applied, it gives an indication as to which areas have aged more than the others. The way to establish it, is to see which areas turned slightly pink. You must also get a heating sensation. The skin will feel hot but not unbearable. If the skin reacts with getting slightly pink and hot, it means that the skin cells in this area are not as damaged as the ones in the areas that did not respond to the first application at all. By skin damage, we mean premature ageing, free radicals, environmental damage or damage from the UV - you name it! Your therapist will be able to follow the first application with a slightly stronger cocktail if the above reactions are not observed. The first session may sometimes get up to 4 applications depending on the way your skin responds.
Although the initial HL fruit peel is diagnostic, you will have visible results after just one session. The skin will have a beautiful glow, will feel lighter, moisturised, supple with the pores reduced. The skin will feel clean and alive. Your therapist may advise you to come back in a few days for a restoration treatment that will include lots of moisturising products and the products that are hyaluronic-based in order to hydrate every cell recovering from the initial treatment. As a home care, you will have to apply a hydrating restoring gel every few hours for the first 3-5 days after the treatment.
HL fruit skin peels have lots of scientific research behind them and make a visible difference to the way your skin looks.
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