Scared of a chemical peel? Try a pumpkin resurfacer instead!
The difference between a chemical peel compared to a resurfacer is the depth of penetration, where a resurfacer is much more superficial with comfortability during application. A chemical peel’s penetration is sometimes deeper, with a tingling or burning sensation after application. There is hardly any downtime with a resurfacer, and with a chemical peel might experience slight flaking/dryness. A resurfacer can also be done every two weeks, whereas a chemical peel usually only once a month.
Lightsculpt’s hottest new resurfacer? Their pumpkin pulp resurfacer, which was designed to meet the needs of those with acne concerns and enlarged pores. The anti-bacterial effect of Salicylic acid helps to prevent and treat acne for those prone to breakouts and peri-menopause. Coupled with Lactic acid, this treatment not only relieves post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation, but also improves skin tone and texture.
Improves skin hydration
Supports barrier function of the skin
Refines the appearance of wrinkles
Decreases existing acne and aids in preventing new acne lesions
Evens skin tone and lightens the appearance of pigmentation