Prepare yourself for the chemical peel treatment. Tie back long hair using a ponytail holder and pull hair back from your face with a headband.
Wash your hands thoroughly with anti-bacterial soap before touching your face as bacteria and dirt on the hands block your skin pores causing skin allergies and spots.
Cleanse your face thoroughly, removing oil and sebaceous secretions from your skin.
Specific formulations and concentration of acids are used in manufacturing different types of chemical peels, so read all instructions carefully before applying the chemical peel solution on your face to make sure that solution is chosen according to your skin type.
Using soft face brush or cotton tipped applicator, apply an even coat of the solution to the skin. Start from the less sensitive areas, forehead, chin and cheeks.
After applying the solution leave it on your skin for the amount of time recommended by the manufacturer.
Remove the peel and neutralize it using the neutralizing solution present in your kit. This will stop the chemical reaction on your skin. If your kit does not contain a neutralizer, that means that the chemical peel solution would stop working as soon as it is washed and an additional neutralizer is not needed.