Frequently Asked Questions
What are risks associated with Chemical peels?
The information Perfect Image supplies for each of its products is clear and easy to understand, as they use a grading system to indicate the strength of the peel. Coupled with their product questionnaire, you can then match the right product and product strength to cater for your skin type and skin concerns.
However, using a chemical peel can have its risks, although the milder peels are considered generally safe for home use. The main risks associated with any chemical peel are redness, swelling or infection. Rarely it can lead to scarring, as well as a condition called hyperpigmentation where the skin darkens or lightens, as is the case with hypopigmentation.
The Perfect Image website provides information on its peel products and the various strengths available, so you can make an appropriate choice. If you are in any doubt about using a chemical peel, always speak to a dermatologist or licensed skin care expert.
What kind of results can I expect to get out of a chemical peel?
The results of the chemical peel will depend on what type of peel you receive. A level 1 and 2 peel can help with skin damage and reduce signs of aging. More in-depth peels can help with signs of sun damage or fine wrinkles. You just have to test and try which peel works the best for your skin tone and be consistent with them for long-lasting results.
Is Perfect Image vegan?
Perfect Image is not 100% vegan. Only two products in the description show that they are vegan. We know that they do not test on animals and their products are paraben, sulfate, and phthalate-free.
How do I apply Perfect Image Peel?
To find out how to apply Perfect Image peel, check out each product description as they have an in-depth guide on how to apply when to use and not to use.