Fruit acid peeling: My salvation for acne in old age

Young woman gets an exfoliation
Impure skin from the age of 30 or 40 is not only unsightly, but it can also become a burden. Our author was fed up with her bad skin and annoying tips - and finally underwent a professional fruit acid peeling.

With the word fruit acid peeling alone, I thought I could feel the burning sensation on my facial skin. But if you suddenly have to deal with pimples in old age and are looking for a solution to this late pubescent problem, you get to grips with this treatment relatively quickly. Should I do it?

But what is a fruit acid peeling anyway? 


As the name suggests, an acid is applied to the skin, which removes the top layer of skin and should stimulate your own skin to renew. This not only gives a natural glow back, but acne patients can reduce deep craters and slowly revitalize the diseased surface. Nourishing active ingredients penetrate the skin better after a treatment, and the skin generally gains more strength to provide itself with moisture. Doesn't sound wrong at first.

Acne in old age: diet, stress and other causes

Yes, the skin is the mirror of the soul, and if it is not pure and shines like a diamond, something must be broken in the body. So I looked like a crumble cake, and in the morning, I tried to cover up the blemishes on my face in painstaking detail, and then I was allowed to listen to the fact that I simply wasn't doing well with myself. Or that a little less make-up would suit me better. Or the super expensive foundation is definitely to blame for having blemished skin. Oh, you can do me! Yes, there is probably something imbalanced in my body. Shit happens! Maybe I was stressed, perhaps it was the hormonal ups and downs of the past few years, maybe I'm just getting older. Perhaps I didn't get enough fresh air. Perhaps I was too tired to do yoga every day at sunrise and too stingy to whistle the balanced Poké Bowl at noon.
Now I have a salad. Uh, fast food. And pimples. I was able to experience for myself that healthy eating, regular exercise, drinking plenty of water, fresh air, and breaks are essential for beautiful skin. But don't we all sometimes have bad phases? Or no time? Then it is often easier and not reprehensible for me to reach into the beauty bag of tricks than to first change my life to see if it works. I was able to do that a healthy diet, regular exercise, drinking plenty of water, fresh air, and breaks are essential for beautiful skin. But don't we all sometimes have bad phases? Or no time? Then it is often easier and not reprehensible for me to reach into the beauty bag of tricks than to first change my life to see if it works. I was able to do that a healthy diet, regular exercise, drinking plenty of water, fresh air, and breaks are essential for beautiful skin. But don't we all sometimes have bad phases? Or no time? Then it is often easier and not reprehensible for me to reach into the beauty bag of tricks than to first change my life to see if it works. fruit acid peeling I haven't tested yet, but now was the right time to do it.

A beauty salon or at home?

Fruit acid products are hyped again and again, both in the drugstore or in the high-end area, which is supposed are be really great. However, since I had respect for the word "acid" and obviously do too little for me anyway, I treated myself to the beautician - and I didn't regret it. First of all, it gave me a good feeling that my so-called problem skin was not that problematic and that we could manage it together. There you are! However, it quickly turned out that a single treatment would not get me very far. A unique treatment with fruit acid peelingclears the skin, instantly makes it fresher and crisper. A kick for tired faces with small imperfections. Clear pimples and pimples, blackheads, underlaying, and hornification need more; we have to go deeper into the skin - so she recommends five treatments every week.

How does the treatment with fruit acid peeling work?

The beautician first analyzed my skin and adjusted the acid content accordingly. We will increase from week to week and slowly get the leather used to the chemical substance. For this reason alone, it is worthwhile to have the peeling carried out by a professional and not to experiment with products or home remedies at home - even if they are, of course, not so dosed. Admittedly, I did not find the sulfur-like smell of the peeling to be particularly pleasant. But contrary to my expectations, it didn't burn the skin. The rest and relaxation during the treatments was a small wellness experience for me every week. My face received special care during the cure. She shed something between treatments and felt drier than usual, Creamsgot a good grip. Also, the skin is susceptible after a fruit acid peeling, since the top, horny layers of skin are removed, and all pollutants can thus be directly applied to the "new skin." Therefore, a high sun protection factorObligatory and other stressful treatments are prohibited. The skin should just be left alone. A slightly rosy reddening is reasonable - only it shouldn't burn.

And the result? My experience with fruit acid peeling

Okay, the cure was not altogether cheap at over 350 euros, but it was worth it for me. With the fruit acid peeling, my skin not only won the fight against the harmful impurities; it just looks fresher, healthier, and more radiant. I even have a few wrinkles less. The look in the mirror shows me a younger, happier me. Of course, my environment now also appeals to me that I now seem to have got the curve and done more for myself again. Mhm, exactly. You are right. Since I am currently enjoying my diamond-like appearance very much and regard professional fruit acid peeling as a long-term investment, I do not like to fall back into the pimple trap again. According to my miracle beautician, it doesn't happen that quickly, the acid already ensures that.
Nevertheless, now and then a little more vitamins end up on my plate, I drink a lot of water every day and treat myself to a relaxed walk in the fresh air more often. It is suitable for the skin - and me too. And for everything else, there is a beauty bag of tricks.
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