By Sarah Kinonen. Photos: Courtesy of Brand.
Just the word "peel" sounds more than a little intimidating — in actuality, it's just a succinct way of describing chemical exfoliants that work to lift dead skin cells, pollution and dirt from the skin, revealing newer, glowier cells beneath. With a professional, either a dermatologist or aesthetician, that whole process can cost more than a pretty penny. At-home peels are gentler, less expensive, less time-intensive — and rounded up for your convenience just a few scrolls down.
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