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Just peel it off! Knowing the difference of Spanish Peel and Fruit Acid Peel





If your skin is starting to look dull, tired, and patchy, it’s time to make things right. While there are many different skin treatments out there, fruit acid peel treatment is a failsafe option for many issues like sunspots, melasma, and acne and as an anti-aging treatment.


So what is Fruit Acid Peel?


Fruit acid peel, commonly also known as glycolic acid, is an alpha-hydroxy acid. It is extracted from fruits, sugar cane, and even beets. This very mild acid has the power to gently exfoliate your skin by dissolving the bonds between the cells in the top layer of your skin.

People use this fruit acid to treat scars, acne, melisma, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and more.

But then, what is the fuzz about Spanish Peel and what is the difference between Fruit Acid Peel?


The procedure has a fruit acid base with TCA peel followed by a vitamin cream layered on top for a radiant and fairer skin. Spanish Peel has benefits such as tightening effect to treat fine lines, helps eliminate and shallow out acne scars, minimizes pores, evens out skin tone & hyperpigmentation, and treats acne-prone and oily skin


Spanish Peel Solution is applied to the skin where this treatment addresses concerns like acne, large pores, oily skin, uneven skin tone, smokers skin and even melasma


Aside from the evident results of both Spanish Peel and Fruit Acid Peel to your skin. It also has other benefits.



Apart from exfoliating your skin, glycolic acid peels have the power to transform your skin texture and overall appearance. Fruit peel for face treatment leaves your skin with a healthy glow, reduces the presence of fine lines (and signs of aging), and also minimizes the size of your pores. It also makes it easier for any medical beauty products in your skincare routine to penetrate the skin and be effective.


Inquire now on Skin Buffet to avail this treatment.



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