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General information about peeling in the clinic.

Updated: Aug 31, 2022

peeling skin

Peeling occurs when the body sheds the outer layer of skin called the epidermis.

Exfoliation is a way to recover or heal the skin from some types of damage. The damage may be from environmental factors, skin conditions, allergies, infections, or certain diseases and treatments.

Peeling skin treatment is done for a number of reasons, and they all generally revolve around personal appearance. Skin exfoliation or chemical peels is used to treat wrinkles and lines, treat certain types of acne, improve the appearance of scars, and improve the overall appearance and texture of the skin. Exfoliation can also be used to reduce freckles, age spots, sun damage, and

caused by pregnancy or taking birth control pills.

Types of peels inside the clinic:

  • Yellow peeling

Dermal-epidermal restructuring treatment that helps to reverse facial photoaging and fade dark spots. Combines 5% Vitamin A with other Melanin inhibitors to minimize the signs of sun damage.

It is an excellent "end of summer" skin treatment: it removes damage, prevents pigment formation and promotes skin recovery.

It contains many components, including:

*Vitamin A, Lactic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Arbutin, Kojic Acid, Phytic Acid and Smart GPS.

  • Prx-t 1 peeling

PRX-T33 is a painless exfoliator that stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the skin, revitalizing the area.

The best part about this peel is that there is no downtime or excessive peeling. This peel is twice as effective as most types of peels of moderate strength, but without scaling or sensitivity of the skin afterwards.

It is particularly effective in treating problem areas of the skin such as poor texture, pigmentation, enlarged pores and acne.

Its benefits are that there is no risk of bruising and swelling, painless and not sensitive to light, so it can also be used during the summer without risking hyperpigmentation and provides instant tightening and hydration.

  • Meline peeling

The ME LINE process includes preparation, peel and then a program of aftercare at home with special products designed to design to control pigmentation, decrease melanin production, promote renewal of skin cells, improve sun damage and even out the tone and color of the skin.

to control pigmentation, decrease melanin production, promote renewal of skin cells, improve sun damage and even out the tone and colour of the skin - helping you maintain your after peel complexion.

  • Cimel peeling

It is a procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove the upper layers. The skin that grows back becomes smoother. With light or medium peeling, you may need to undergo the procedure more than once to get better results.

Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin, and scars - usually on the face. It can be performed alone or in combination with other cosmetic procedures. It can be performed at different depths.

A deeper chemical peel offers more dramatic results but also takes longer to recover from.

Used to treat darkening or lightening of skin tone. It can be more common in people with darker skin.

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  • Dermamelan peeling

Dermamelan is a medium depth skin exfoliator that uses key organic acids to remove and inhibit melanin, the cells that cause pigmentation. The treatment is a combination of in-clinic treatment and a complete home care protocol of applying specialized creams morning and evening.

This will improve the overall tone and luminosity of the skin.

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