Lactic Acid Peels

Brighten and smooth your complexion with Perfect Image's lactic acid peels for sensitive skin and uneven texture. Our lactic peel offers gentle, effective exfoliation.


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Gentle Exfoliation

Revitalize Your Skin with a Lactic Acid Peel

Discover the gentle yet effective benefits of our lactic acid peel. Ideal for sensitive skin, this treatment exfoliates and hydrates, improving skin texture and tone.

Our lactic acid peel works to reduce the appearance of fine lines and dark spots, revealing a brighter, more even complexion. Enhance your skincare routine with our lactic acid peel for a smooth, radiant glow.

Professional-Grade Care

Enhance Your Beauty with a Lactic Peel

Experience the transformative power of lactic peels, perfect for those with sensitive or dry skin. Our lactic peels provide mild exfoliation, removing dead skin cells and promoting hydration.

This treatment helps to even out skin tone and soften fine lines, leaving your skin looking refreshed and rejuvenated. Trust our expertly formulated lactic peel for a professional-grade skincare solution at home.

Lactic Acid Peel FAQs

A lactic acid peel is a type of chemical peel that uses lactic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), to exfoliate the skin. It works by gently breaking down the bonds between dead skin cells, allowing them to be removed and revealing fresher, smoother skin underneath. This process helps improve skin texture, hydration, and brightness.

The frequency of using a lactic acid peel depends on your skin type and the strength of the peel. For most people, it's recommended to use the peel once a week. If you have sensitive skin, you may want to start with a lower frequency and gradually increase it as your skin adjusts. Always follow the product instructions and consult with a dermatologist if needed.

During the lactic peel, you may feel a mild tingling or warming sensation. After the peel, your skin may be slightly red and sensitive. Some peeling or flaking can occur within a few days, which is a sign that the peel is working to remove dead skin cells. It's important to moisturize and use sunscreen to protect your skin during the recovery process.

Lactic acid peels are generally safe for most skin types, especially for those with sensitive or dry skin. However, if you have any skin conditions or concerns, it's best to consult with a dermatologist before using a lactic peel. Performing a patch test before full application can also help ensure you don’t have an adverse reaction.

Yes, but be careful when combining active ingredients. Avoid using other exfoliating products, retinoids, or strong active ingredients immediately before and after using a lactic acid peel to prevent irritation. Stick to gentle, hydrating products and apply sunscreen daily to protect your skin from UV damage.