The time of the cell division process must be respected and the peel must not be overused

Aside from ensuring the resurfacing of the epidermis, the peel also stimulates cell division, which is the reduction of the thickness of the stratum corneum of the skin.

The stratum corneum sends a cell division signal to the stem cells at the base of the epidermis.

"The renewal of our epidermis when we are young generally takes 3 to 4 weeks, but as we age this cellular renewal takes more time and our epidermis renews in 5 to 6 weeks. The time of this cell division process must therefore be respected and the peel must not be overused."

Using it once or twice a week should be sufficient, but this also depends on your skin’s condition. It is clear that thick and oily skin can withstand a peel much better than skin that is dry and atrophic.

The use of this peel should be combined with the use of a mask that has healing properties. Masks contain moisturizing, anti-inflammatory and healing properties that must be used after a peel which is always slightly aggressive for our epidermis.