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It really depends on your skin and how you react to skin peels. There is so much variation in the the types of skin peel available that it would be difficult to give you an exact answer. Generally it is good to have a regular skin maintenance schedule to avoid the need for more aggressive treatments. If you do have a light peel and respond to it well then I would suggest repeating it only after you notice changes occurring again. This might be a few weeks or some months.
If you don't notice any change then I would suggest a repeat in a month's time. Sometimes you may need to consider a stronger or different type of peel. Having peels too often may damage your skin and can potentailly scar so it is best to be cautious to start with.
It is often a very individual process so it is important that you are assessed by an experienced practitioner who sees you regularly and just as importantly can advise you which types of peel are most suitable for your type of skin. It is also important to be aware of alternative treatments that may be more appropriate such as microdermabrasion or even LASER resurfacing. I hope this helps