Peelings

Peelings can be described as the use of chemicals applied to the skin in order to improve

  • the skin texture,
  • Very small wrinkles
  • dyschromias, melasma, freckles, chloasma
  • active acne but also acne scars on the face or any other part of the body
  • stretch marks

Depending on the product and technique to be used, there is also penetration of a different thickness on the skin. Superficial peelings result to a mild redness that subsides about 30 minutes after the treatment. Deeper peelings may cause redness and skin peeling 3-4 days after treatment. They are repeated at regular intervals, usually every 3 weeks in order to achieve the desired result. It is probably the oldest act of medical aesthetics. The result is to cause gradual keratolysis, stimulation of cell proliferation, reconstruction and regulation of skin PH. It can be applied to any part of the body. Sun exposure is avoided for 10 days

Procedure

The procedure takes place in the doctor’s personal clinic. The skin should be clean and dry. The substance is spread with the help of a brush depending on what we want to achieve, but also depending on what substance we use, we remove it with water or neutralize it with a cream. Then the patient leaves the clinic only with a face cream. No makeup is recommended right afterwards. It is essential that sunscreen protection is used 10 days after application.

In all cases the patient notices a glow at their skin but also an improvement in acne scarring, wrinkles and dyschromias.