Deep Hydration and reconstruction of the skin with new-generation peeling
Chemical Peeling is a treatment in which and acid solution is used to remove the outer layers of the epidermis.
Chemical peeling is on the most ancient aesthetic treatments throughout the world. It was widely applied in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome to achieve a smooth and beautiful skin. Queen Cleopatra used to use sour milk as a source of galactic acid and wine as a source of tartaric acid to perform a mild chemical peeling to herself. This practice, with small changes was used till the Dark Ages. Later on, throughout Europe & US many more “secret recipes” for chemical peeling were to be found in beauty salons.
Today, in beauty treatments, the role that chemical peeling plays is irreplaceable. The ingredients that are being used are often derived from natural sources, such as the galactic acid that comes from milk, tartaric acid that comes from wine, citric acid that comes from lemon juice and many others. These acids form the group of AHA (Alpha – Hydroxy-Acids) that are widely used in mild and medium-intensity peelings. Nowadays, face chemical peelings are popular, because they offer almost immediate results.
What does chemical peeling has to offer?
Chemical peeling can be of great aid to people that have spots, wrinkles, scars and face freckles or skin discolorations. When applied properly and often, skin becomes glowing, with a more uniform color and smoother. Plus, peeling helps a lot in better absorbing of local cosmetics that you used, therefore making them even more effective.
Peeling cannot only be applied to the face but also to the rest of the body, such as the cleavage area, hands and back.
What is the effect of chemical peeling?
Chemical peeling amplifies and softens skin’s texture. It is an effective treatment for face imperfections, wrinkles, and skin’s non-uniform color. While performing a peeling, an exfoliation of dead skin’s outer layers takes place, revealing a new layer of improved tone, texture and color.
How many chemical peeling types are there?
There are three types of chemical peeling depending on the drastic potential of the solutions and the depth of exfoliation that result in: The surface type, the medium type and the deep skin type. Medium peelings are the most commonly used. The chemical substances used are usually solutions containing phenol, tri-cloric acid(TCA) and Alpha – Hydroxy-Acids(AHA) like glycolic acid, galactic acid and fruit acids, in various densities as well as Jessner solution. Deep chemical peeling is achieved with phenol and TCS, while AHA is destined for mild, surface skin refreshing. The exact formula that is used in the chemical solutions can be altered to cover each patient’s need in particular.
When is a chemical peeling applied?
Chemical peeling comes in use when treating cases like:
- Slim Line wrinkles
- Common acne, red –colored acne, acne scars
- Discolorations from sun and melisma
- Wrinkles around the eye
- Skin loosening
Can we combine chemical peeling with another cosmetic treatment?
Chemical peeling can be seamlessly combined with many other aesthetic treatments such as botox, hyaluronic acid, threads and mesotherapy.
Chemical peeling is often used as a preparation treatment for other treatments, especially before mesotherapy in the face and the eyes. Its application can be easily made in the same day.
Chemical Peelings are applied by our experienced dermatologist!
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