Chemical Peels

Chemical peels for medi-aesthetics

Facial peels are a quick way to improve the texture and tone of your skin.

Our customised face peels provide measurable results in the reduction of wrinkles and fine lines, sun damage, pigmentation, pore size, acne, and oil production by removing build-ups and stimulating skin regeneration. Hyperpigmentation, rosacea, general redness, acne, sun damage, and ageing can all be treated with medi-aesthetic skin peels. Please note that some face peels require preparation; for more information, see the pre-treatment preparation section below.

What are the advantages of chemical peels for medi-aesthetic purposes?

  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles caused by sun damage, ageing, and family history.
  • Improves texture and tone – Acne is treated, and mild scarring is reduced.
  • Pore reduction – Improves the appearance, feel, and brightness of tired skin.
  • Focus on a specific issue.
  • Resets the skin’s pH level.
  • Increase the rate of skin renewal.

What is the process of chemical peels?

Do not be alarmed by the word “peel.”

In order to speed up the exfoliation process, medi-aesthetic face peels apply a chemical solution to your skin. They work by removing the top layer of dermis (skin) and speeding up the turnover of your skin. The number of layers of skin peeled, the amount of downtime, and, of course, the final results are all determined by the peel’s strength. Skin renewal should be accelerated.

Getting the most out of your results

Let’s join forces to bring about the changes you deserve.

You may be required to use active skin care products to ensure that your skin is strong enough to tolerate the treatment. A combination of retinol, vitamin C, a tyrosine inhibitor, and glycolic ingredients may be used in your pre-peel preparation.

You must stop using any cosmeceutical retinols three days prior to your appointment. Topical prescription retinol must be stopped at least two weeks before the procedure.

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