Chemical Peel

 Also Known as Medical peeling

The peelings consist of the application of different chemical substances in order to "peel" or exfoliate the outermost layers of the skin. It is used to improve the appearance of skin damaged by the sun, reduce wrinkles, improve acne scars and stains.
The chemical peel is one of the most effective techniques to regenerate the skin, so it is one of the most demanded procedures.It can be used as a means to "maintain a healthy, smooth and luminous skin".


What are Chemical Peels?

If your skin has been damaged by severe acne, sun exposure, or other conditions, you may feel self-conscious about your appearance. Chemical peels can help.

Chemical peels are non-invasive cosmetic procedures that improve the appearance of skin by exfoliating the uppermost layers of skin, a chemical peel can reduce the appearance of skin abnormalities, revealing the smooth, healthy skin below. Chemical peels can also promote collagen production.

How are Chemical Peels Performed?

A chemical peel is composed of an acid-based solution which is applied on the skin. this solution exfoliate the skin by chemically weakening the bonds that hold skin cells together, loosening the uppermost layers of the skin. This will allow those layers to easily be removed, revealing healthy, smooth, new skin below. This process can also boost the growth of new skin cells and encourage the production of collagen.

Chemical peel treatments usually last less than an hour.

Following a chemical peel, your skin will be sensitive to sun exposure. You may also experience redness.It is completely normal, and will only last a few days.

Chemical peels are not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.