My friend did green herbs peel this morning. She posted her update to me: she did not feel discomfort or stinging on her skin, then the peel will not work? Can she re-do it tomorrow. Her best guessing was this: she did not rub the watery paste deeply into
Yes she can go ahead and try straight away - she really needs a pain factor of at least 8 out of 10 to happen and keep it at 8 for a full 5mins in order to get a great peel. Keeping up the rubbing and adding small amounts of lotion as needed.
It is not uncommon to need a second attempt on your first try. It takes a try or two to get the hang of the best way to use the peel to suite the individual skin type. Please see below tips on how to push the peel
Our Pigmentation Pack is our most popular pack. It has many great components but one of its true strengths is the melanin inhibitor in the Pigmentation Night Cream. Tackling pigmentation is a slow process - even with very expensive lasers. Our Pigmentation Pack not only starts the battle to reduce and irradiate your pigmentation, but it STOPS any new melanin from forming and this is your best defence in the pigmentation war (along with sunscreen).
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Melasma is one of the hardest skin conditions to treat so I want to be straight with you on that point.
We attack it on two levels - we suggest our Pigmentation Night Cream to stop any more pigmentation from forming. Our PNC is a melanin inhibitor and anyone who struggles with any form of pigmentation needs to use one every day. https://www.homepeel.com.au/skin-pigmentation-treatment-night-cream.php
Then we work to treat to decrease what has occurred. This is a slow process but you have to start somewhere. Below I have listed my suggestions in order of whats best. (Check out our Pigmentation
I am interested in your Pigmentation pack. I have mild hyperpigmention and was wondering - will I be able to still go to work after having the green skin peel? or will I need to take leave to stay home. Also would I be better off to use the fortnightly fr
The two peels are very different. The Fortnightly Fruit Peel is great, but what I have found is it is often chosen by people who do not want to do a full 5 day peel. The results for the Green Herb Skin Peel are instant (after the 5 days are over) and more aggressive. The Fortnightly Fruit peel takes longer to achieve what just one Green Herb Skin Peel does in one treatment. But as I said some do not want an aggressive 5 day peel. It is unsightly for most for about 3 days. You only do this treatment
I'm currently using a weekly peel which contains azelaic acid (20%) and kojic acid (4%). Is it safe to use the Green Herb Skin Peel after have been using the other one? Do I have to give my skin time before using your peel?
You can certainly use our Green Herb Skin Peel kit - just wait one week after you stop using the azelaic/kojic acid. Most likely you will find that as soon as our peel hits your face it will be hot and sting. Don't worry as this is actually the result most of our customers strive for as its not always easy to achieve. Using products like what you are using often helps to get our peel to ‘kick in’. Unexperienced peelers would probably not want to jump into the deep end like this but seeing what you use already I
I have uneven skin tone and sun spots. I am of Indian origin. Is it the homepeel kit I need to order? Also, what do I need for after care to maintain? Do I need to use sunblock?
Yes indeed the Green Herb Skin Peel is the product that will tackle your concerns. It is by far the best product on the market to give you the ability to deal with uneven skin tone and sun spots without going to a beauty salon and spending way too much money. A few things I need to explain to you - the Green Herb Skin Peel is not suitable for those who suffer from Hyper pigmentation. I mention this to you because you told me you are of Indian origin. Hyper-pigmentation is more common in darker skin - learn about
I work almost everyday under the sun and I am very much confused because I feel if I do a peeling it will have an adverse affect on my skin ( since I have to be under direct sun for long hours ) Please advice me what options do I have since I want to do a
The first thing I will tell you is that there is no way around the fact that if you want to do anything to your skin that involves peels of any sort; you cannot get sun exposure. This also applies to any type of skin treatments that tackles pigmentation - basically anything that a makes your skin look good. The good news is - you can still use peels but you need to use sunscreen - not just once, but 3 times per day. If you don't, you will make your skin worse. For the ultimate in results I recommend
I'm interested in the 'REGENERATIVE CELL GROWTH SERUM'. Can I use this along with the herb peel? If so what would you recommend and how to use them both together.
You can absolutely use it as its a great combination. Just dont use it the month you do a peel.
I am looking for Vitamin C serum and hylaronic acid. You sell the C can you you let me know about the hylaronic please? Also do you recommend a cream on top of the C
Of course I highly recommend our VitC - we spent alot of time making sure we chose one which is stable as VItC can be very unstable. While being able to bring it to our customers at an affordable price. We also wanted to make sure we chose the most potent without being too potent - if you know what I mean. We are thrilled with it. As for HA - you give me a good idea - I should bring one out as I know HA in fact is not as expense as some skin care ranges would have