Mother Nature's Formula For Scar & Wrinkle Removal?

In keeping with our theme of reversing skin damage and removing scarring, I would like to offer up more information to give a better understanding of the type of skin correcting method that can be loosely called a peel.

I'm talking about AHA's (alpha-hydroxy fruit acids) or (BHA's beta-hydroxy plant acids), formulations which are in my opinion "Mother Nature's Formula For Scar and Wrinkle Removal."

Fruit and plant enzyme products (AHA or BHA) are a group of naturally occurring acids that help skin cells exfoliate on their own much faster than normal.

Known as Glycolic, Lactic, Pyruvic, and Kojic acids, they are mild fruit and plant derived acids that work "like" the chemical peels to remove skin. However, the main difference is they ONLY work on the dead or loosened skin that needs to come off without burning the healthy skin underneath.

The benefits can be no pain or downtime and results continue to improve over time.

Most commercial products that have them included such as moisturizers usually have a 5% to 10% level in them of one or more of these. The higher class of products (15% and higher AHA concentrations) have these acids in a gel form, which are applied and washed off after a select number of minutes on the skin.

This is the type of peel done in most high end salons and spa's. The Ginalé Skin Peel itself has all four acids in a high percentage combination in one step of its peel process, the only one of its kind for home use.

This is a process that goes deeper than the AHA "gel" preparations, giving comparable results to a chemical peel without ANY of the short or long term risks.

Learn More About The Ginalé Skin Peel Here

These kinds of products can be used as moisturizers or treatment systems. They may go a long way to rejuvenate and even skin tone and help lighten hyper-pigmentation.

The stronger formulations can provide removal of sun damage, lines and wrinkles, and acne scars. They are very effective in removing the "red" spots left by acne breakouts as well.

The costs of these treatments in salons is in the same range as a chemical peel of around $300.00. The products containing them such as moisturizers are going to be more expensive because the process of creating them is more.

One hint here, any formulation below 7% AHA or BHA content is not going to provide noticeable peel like results. So if you decide to use these kinds of products, read your labels so you know what you are buying.

Tomorrow I am going to cover micro-dermabrasion products and techniques. This along with what I have already shared should provide you with plenty of information to work with for choosing skin rejuvenating methods.

I always like to give everyone more access to information that you can use today so visit the next link below to get step-by-step information on how to keep your skin healthy, clear, and youthful looking!

Learn More About The Ginalé Skin Peel Here

Wishing you a healthy and joyous day,

Chris Gibson
The Hardest Working Guy In Skin Care

"Inspiring Healthy Choices For Better Living."

2 comments:

Chrisanthia said...

Just received my first order of the Ginale that I bought for me and my sons to use. I have minor skin scars, acne and some hyper-pigmentation to clear but the big test will be my son who has severe acne scars. We have tried many products with little results and were thinking about laser therapy which I am reluctant to try especially after reading your articles. I found this and decided to try it first. I am anxious to see the results.

Anonymous said...

im waiting for my ginale skin peel i have very bad acne scars for couple of years now tried everything but nothing worked it actually made it worse so im hoping that this product works. what i wanna know is how long will it take to see the results and can you also recommend something for dark circles