Chemical Peels

Peeling chimique

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is an exfoliation technique where a chemical substance is applied to the skin, causing the partial and controlled destruction of part of the skin in order to eliminate damaged cells and stimulate cell renewal. It rejuvenates the skin, increasing its radiance and removing certain imperfections.

Chemical peels are used to prevent and treat the first signs of ageing and, more specifically, to improve the texture and tone of the skin. They also improve a number of skin disorders such as acne, pigment spots and other superficial irregularities.

A peel can be superficial, medium or deep, depending on the number of skin layers to be exfoliated. We carry out superficial and medium peels.

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What you should know before and after a peel

Before a peel

All peels require preparation to the skin, irrespective of whether they are superficial or medium. This preparation should start between 2 to 4 weeks before the session. This stage is essential since it affects the results of the peel.

After a peel

After a peel, it is important not to expose the skin to the sun and to use a high-protection sun cream between the sessions, as well as for several weeks to several months after the peel.

A consultation before the peel will ascertain the type of peel you require, as well as the necessary care both before and after the peel.

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