What About Dark Spots & Acne Scars? Plus Other Questions...

Very often I get some very good questions about what products to use, areas of health concerns, or even on Ginale Skin Care. I want to take a day each week from now on to focus on some of these, as I know they are questions that you may have as well.

Helping others is truly the greatest joy I have and sharing these with you helps me to help you better! :-)

As you may know, many clients (especially those who have decided to really tackle their troubled skin problems aggressively) are using the Ginale Skin Peel.

This peel is able to help skin "start over" by removing years of damage and debris without the use of harsh skin burning chemicals. It is what I use as well, so I'm happy to offer my knowledge about what it can do.

Here are a few questions I received from a peel user just recently...

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Hi Chris, I have been using the ginale skin peel now for approx. 2 months. I find it brilliant as it is removing my dark pigmentation bit by bit each time I use it. However, I have suffered with acne since the age of 11 I am now 33, I was left with the usual pock marks I find that these marks are increasing in size each time I use the peel, have you seen this happen before?

Is it a case of things getting worse before they get better? I do not want to stop using the peel as it is performing so well on my dark spots and I love the way my skin feels after I use it, I cannot wait to hear your take on this.

yours thankfully,

Karyn

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Karyn's question is a good one. I love that she is monitoring her results and sees improvement each time she uses the peel.

Acne scarring in the form of pock marks, where the deeper tissues under the skin are damaged from the infection, take longer to fade. These are deeper and as skin is removed each time they are stimulated and like a pore, may appear larger.

Eventually, these fade to small marks. The peel can remove much of this type of scarring. For extremely deep scars, a collagen or filler injection would be necessary to completely fill in the depressed area.

I myself had some very bad acne scarring which is virtually gone. I don't wear cover up and have never worn TV makeup in my appearances so that all could see the results of proper skin care.

A deep exfoliating peel (the Ginale Skin Peel) is my #1 weapon and the basis of my personal skin care regimen. So the answer to Karyn's question is yes.

When it comes to scarring and healing, your pock marks may look more obvious right after you use the peel as your skin is very stimulated, but with continued use and a little time, they will indeed fade away.

If you currently have questions, then I would recommend for you to first look for topics on this blog that you're interested in and see if you can find the information you need.

If not, then please ask me (through the comments section below) and I will do what I can to make sure I cover your topic for the benefit of all if I have not already.

The best way for you to help me help others is to pass along this blog information to your friends and family. I have been able to help so many great people through someone simply suggesting my blog to someone in need.

Together we can heal and bless many others!

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 Ginale Skin Care Here

Wishing you a healthy and joyous day,

Chris Gibson
The Hardest Working Guy In Skin Care

"Inspiring Healthy Choices For Better Living."

7 comments:

Linda Moen said...

Ive been using the ginale peel as directed for a little over a week now, but i keep getting more acne, some really deep and painful. can that be a case of worse before better? i have yet to see any improvement on my skin, only worse. im not sure if i should continue using this..

Chris Gibson said...

Hi Linda! With acne prone skin sometimes the fact that you are working on your skin can bring out the deeper issues from blocked pores from the increased circulation now in your skin. In other words it is pushing up the bad stuff and healing. So yes, it may "seem" to be a litte more but will subside as the healthier skin replaces the older skin and its blocked pores. You might want to add a step of deep steaming the face with a very warn wash cloth for 15 to 20 minutes on the days you are not doing a peel. This will open the pores and allow trapped dirt and oil to be released much faster and easier. Hope this helps! ~chris~

Anonymous said...

Hi Chris,

I have very thin and sensitive skin with lots of brown scars and uneven skin tone caused by breakouts. I am 59 years old. Is the Ginale skin peeling system suitable for me to use?

Esther

Hannah said...

Hi Chris! that's really encouraging to hear! because i've been on the ginale skin peel for about a month, and have been wondering what causes the increase in breakouts (while the acne scars fade). so thanks! can you explain the steps to the deep steaming? as in, do i literally leave the warm cloth on my face like a mask for 15-20mins? and would steaming the face over boiling water at a distance have the same effect?

Hannah said...

Hi Chris! that's really encouraging to hear! because i've been on the ginale skin peel for a month, and have been wondering what causes the increase in breakouts (while the acne scars fade) so thanks! can you explain how the deep steaming is done? as in, do i literally place the warm cloth on my face like a mask for 10-15 mins? and would this have the same effect as steaming the face over boiling hot water at a distance? i'm concerned about the cloth method, because when i was still visiting a facial centre then, the beauticians told me washing with warm water wasn't good.

Hannah said...

Hi Chris! that's really encouraging to hear! because i've been on the ginale skin peel for a month, and have been wondering what causes the increase in breakouts (while the acne scars fade) so thanks! can you explain how the deep steaming is done? as in, do i literally place the warm cloth on my face like a mask for 10-15 mins? and would this have the same effect as steaming the face over boiling hot water at a distance? i'm concerned about the cloth method, because when i was still visiting a facial centre then, the beauticians told me washing with warm water wasn't good.

Hannah said...

Hi Chris! I'm on the aggressive plan for the ginale skin peel. just wondering, does "every other day" refer to 48 hours later, or any time on the third day will be good? (eg is it alright if i do the peel at night on monday, and then in the morning on wednesday?)