How to Get Radiant, Glowing Skin

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Get radiant, glowing skin using a light chemical peel, which will exfoliate, lighten hyperpigmentation and draw moisture to the skin. Learn how chemical peels also cause increased cell turnover, which makes skin look more youthful, with information from a certified aesthetician in this free video on skin care.

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Anyone wants to know how to achieve a radiant, glowing complexion and one of the secrets is having a light chemical peel. There's several different kinds of acid and your taking assume will be abode to determine which one is going to be best for your skin. For Stephanie's skin we are actually going to use lactic acid. It is not only going to exfoliate her complexion so that it's radiant and glowy; but lactic also helps to lighten hyper pigmentation as well as it's a humectant so it's going to draw moisture to the skin. So on cleansed skin, we'll just put a very light layer of the lactic acid. You will be able to fee this working, that's going to increase circulation and also attribute to the glowing complexion. "How does that feel in your skin Stephanie?" "It's fine right now". Acids chemical peels and acids go into the skin, they dissolve the glue that holds your skin cells together so you get a radiant, glowing complexion; your skin cells overturn faster causing your skin to make new, beautiful, younger cells a lot more quickly. We're going to take this peel off. Normally it would stay on two to three minutes. We just neutralize it with cold water. You can see the circulation coming up on Stephanie's skin, giving it a beautiful glow. We're going to add a nice hydrating anti-oxidant serum. And our most important ingredient, a little bit of sun protection. Again, chemical peels are a fast and easy way to get a beautiful, radiant, glow to your skin.

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