Are you on a skincare journey? Figuring out an initial or basic skincare routine and sticking to it can be a lot of work and experimentation. If you have figured out the products and regimen that works best for your skin already, you may be interested in adding something new to the mix. A pumpkin face peel may be exactly what you are looking for.
Facial peels are fantastic tools to add to your skincare regimen. Deciding on which facial peel to choose is the real task because there are a lot of options out there. Many different fruit, vegetable and plant extracts bring a lot to the table regarding anti-aging, pH balance, color correction and even moisture retention – but how do you choose? First and foremost, you need to know your own skin. A pumpkin face peel has a lot to offer various skin types but let’s look at all the properties.
What do you want out of your peel?
Why are you doing a peel? This is an important question because it will help you choose a good peel for your purpose. If you are seeking antiaging or deep wrinkle-reducing peels, you will need a medium strength peel, at least. Depending on your skin, you may achieve the best, most dramatic results with a professional peel delivered by a certified and trained esthetician. If you want some wrinkle reducing benefits, but are also interested in evening out texture, color and reducing surface scarring, you might be well suited with an at-home pumpkin face peel that features vitamin A, vitamin B-6, niacin, potassium, minerals, and natural acids.
A peel requires some sort of acid that helps lift and slough-off surface skin cells. It’s important that you follow the directions of any product you choose, and that you do not over-expose your skin to it. Acids in skincare, when used properly, can be very beneficial and serve as excellent exfoliants. You do need to bear in mind however, that other products that fall within your regular skincare routine may also have exfoliating properties. Be sure that you aren’t stacking exfoliants. For instance, if you have an exfoliating cleanser, you should also have a gentle cleanser so that you aren’t exfoliating everyday, and you certainly do not want to use an exfoliating cleanser before or after doing a peel. Exfoliating can leave your skin sensitive to sunlight, and double exfoliating can be irritating.
Reversing the aging process
Our skin wrinkles in areas where our facial muscles are the most active. Between our eyebrows, on our foreheads, and around our mouths are the most susceptible. You cannot eliminate wrinkles entirely, however you can help reduce the impact or prevent surface wrinkles from becoming deeply set if you address them early enough. One of the ways to help reduce and prevent wrinkles from becoming deep-set is to use a quality moisturizer, exfoliate, and use key ingredients that are scientifically proven to reduce fine lines. Our pumpkin face peel features tried and tested ingredients like niacin, which is proven to reduce the signs of aging and even skin tone.
Don’t torture your skin
Skincare ingredients are not universal. If you have sensitive or acne prone skin you may have a hard time finding products that work for you that don’t cause burning, redness, or breakouts. The good news is that niacin and many of the vitamins featured in our pumpkin face peel are well-tolerated by most skin types, and our peel will help reduce any acne scarring you may have. Adding our peel to your existing routine may be the one step you’ve been missing. Visit our website know more.