Days 1, 2, and 3 of the skin peel
During the 6 days the exclusive and safe formula of the Skin Culture Peel removes the dead skin. Dependent on the strength of peeling treatment being used the peeling formula is applied for the first two to four days of the six day process. The treatment is left on the skin for a period of 90 minutes then removed. On the 1st day there is a hot stinging sensation and the skin will become slightly tanned. On the 2nd day the skin will feel tight and on the 3rd and 4th day the skin will take on a healthy robust look, will be darker in color and slightly wrinkled. Peeling will usually occur on days 5 and 6.
The peeling formula comes in a thick cream form and just sits on the surface of the skin when applied. There is not the danger of the Skin Culture Peel being absorbed into the pores as can be the case with some TCA, AHA or Glycolic Acid peels which tend to be in a liquid or gel form.
Days 4, 5 and 6
On the 4th, 5th and 6th day, peeling starts around the eyes and mouth areas and then the chin, cheeks and forehead. Peeling may continue beyond the 6 days and the complexion will continue to look better as old skin is replaced by a new skin that is tighter, smoother and younger looking.
There is an individual response to a facial peel but on average, you should be able to carry on your normal daily routine for the first three days of the six-day process. Generally, the skin does not start peeling until day five, and will continue peeling into days six and seven.
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The results described on our Testimonial and Client Review pages, and elsewhere on this site, are the individual experiences and personal opinions of those who have purchased the Skin Culture Peel. Skin Culture does not claim these stories, opinions and results described represent the typical result that someone who uses the skin peel can generally expect to achieve. Results from the Skin Culture Peel differs from individual to individual and no claims and promises are being made or implied about the average, typical or expected results of the skin peel.