The Importance of Maintaining a Good Skincare Routine After a Skin Pee – OrganoPEEL®

The Importance of Maintaining a Good Skincare Routine After a Skin Peel

The Importance of Maintaining a Good Skincare Routine After a Skin Peel

A skin peel effectively removes dead skin cells from the skin, though there are some risks associated with peeling. After a peel, your skin will be sensitive and prone to redness. Your skin should gradually return to normal, and you should resume your regular skin care routine after a skin peel.

Maintaining a good skincare routine after a skin-peel treatment is vital to your recovery. You must apply a moisturiser to keep your skin moist and protect it from the sun's harmful rays. Moisturisers contain antioxidants, which are essential for post-peel recovery. In addition to moisturisers, you must use sunscreen. Applying a physical sunscreen with a Broad Spectrum factor is ideal.

Reduced Itchiness

After a chemical peel, you should moisturise your skin regularly to help heal and reduce itchiness. Choose a neutral-smelling moisturiser, and do not scrub your skin, as it will aggravate the peel and cause scarring. After a week, you can resume your usual skincare routine.

Regular Skin Cell Turnover

If you do not want to experience peeling after a peel treatment, exfoliate regularly. This can help reduce the number of dead skin cells removed after a peel. It also helps keep the skin cell turnover regular. However, if your skin is naturally dry or rough, you may experience problems shedding dead skin cells.

Exfoliating every week can help remove dead skin cells blocking your pores and causing buildup. Remember to always exfoliate gently and try not to scrub too hard. Cleanse your face at night. Cleaning the face before bed removes the dirt, grime, and oil accumulated on your skin throughout the day. Be sure to use a mild cleanser (or washcloth) for all skin types, as cleansing with something too harsh can lead to inflammation or infection.

Protection against ultraviolet rays

Sun protection is essential to any skincare routine, but it is especially important after a skin peel. The sun's harsh UV rays can damage your skin anytime, but they can be more damaging when exposed. Applying SPF 30 or more to your skin should protect it against the sun's harmful rays. Even if you aren't going outside, you can still protect your skin from damaging ultraviolet rays in your home by applying Daily Deflector Mineral Sunscreen.

After a skin peel, you must use a hydrating toner, sunscreen, and a good moisturiser to protect your skin. It would benefit if you also considered wearing a hat whenever you are in the sun. Applying a high-quality sunscreen after a skin peel will provide ample protection and keep your skin looking fresh and healthy.

Sunscreen is crucial for maintaining healthy skin. Studies have shown that those who use sunscreen daily experience fewer signs of aging, such as wrinkles or discoloration, than those who don't wear sunscreen daily. Use an oil-free moisturizer to control excess oils in the skin, which can lead to clogged pores and other potential issues. Apply sunblock and wear protective clothing when spending time outdoors.

Smooth and Glowing Skin

We get a lot of questions about how to keep skin smooth and glowing after skin peels. When used correctly, skincare can be your best friend in maintaining healthy, radiant skin post-peel. Cleanse with gentle cleansers like Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser for daily use or Ole Henriksen's One Step Gentle Exfoliator for weekly treatments. Be sure to clear all makeup before cleansing and moisturize daily with a moisturizer like Dermalogica's Daily Microfoliant for daytime use or Dermalogica's Ultra Calming Serum for nighttime use.

Exercise Regularly:

Exercise is a fundamental part of any good skincare routine. Not only does it make your skin more radiant, but it also strengthens the inner core of your body, helping to keep organs and muscles healthier. Be sure to stretch after exercise to help prevent injuries. When getting up from sitting for a long period, take the time to stand up slowly and raise your arms above your head before resuming activities.

Keep Your Appointments:

It's important to keep all your post-peel appointments. Leaving the skin untreated, especially in the case of a resurfacing peel, can have serious implications and leave you with irreversible hyperpigmentation or flaking.

Limit Time Spent Outdoors:

 Limit the time you spend outdoors using sunscreen or natural filters like umbrellas, windows, and shaded areas to avoid damaging your skin. Covering up with clothes and hats will also help your skin stay healthy. Don't forget to wear sunglasses outside to protect your eyes!

Use Products with Soothing Ingredients:

It's critical to be conscious of the ingredients in your products to keep your skin feeling fresh and revitalised after a peel. Some good ingredients for post-peel skin care include oatmeal, jojoba oil, seaweed extract, natural oils, sunflower oil, and white tea extract.

Work On Your Diet:

Eating a nutritious diet can be tough but not impossible. Pay attention to the foods you eat daily to feel your best and see the benefits of a skin peel. Generally speaking, here are some food groups you may want to avoid:

  • Fried food (fried chicken, french fries)
  • Refined carbs (white rice, white bread)
  • Alcoholic beverages (beer, wine) -Processed meat (hot dogs, bacon)
  • Red meat (steak, hamburger)
  • Butter or margarine


Herbal peels can improve your skin's texture, tone, brightness, and smoothness. A dermatologist can recommend a chemical peel based on your skin's sensitivity and needs. It's important to follow the instructions carefully to ensure the most effective results. Modern chemical peels can address many aesthetic concerns, including skin discoloration, sun damage, post-acne scarring, and aging. Moreover, a good skincare routine will help you make the most, and you'll be able to enjoy many benefits!

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