PEELING (from the word peel, exfoliate, peel, peel) is the removal of cosmetic defects and / or lesions located within the epidermis or epidermis and dermis. Other definitions of peeling are: exfoliation, abrasion, ablation, chemabrasion, chemexfoliation.
Due to the depth of action of peels, we can divide them into surface ones affecting the surface of the epidermis. Medium-deep peels cover the entire epidermis and upper layer of dermis. Deep, they reach much deeper layers of the skin. The deeper the peeling, the greater the risk of side effects such as discoloration, scars, infections (eg herpes).
Due to the type of peelig we divide them into mechanical ones, thanks to corundum crystals, special diamond heads, and dead skin will be rubbed off. Physical peels, which are made using a laser (CO2, Er: YAG), liquid nitrogen, nitrogen underplaster, and chemical peels are also distinguished.
Chemical peeling is an intervention procedure aimed at applying a suitably selected mixture of chemical compounds to the skin in a suitable concentration. These substances show penetration into the deep layers of the skin and affect the remodeling of collagen and elastin, which are responsible for the tension and elasticity of the skin. A series of chemical peel treatments has an impact on the renewal of the skin and skin, and also shows a rejuvenating effect that eliminates the signs of skin aging: discoloration, fine wrinkles and other imperfections.
Thanks to the action of peels, we get an improvement in the condition of the epidermis, and in the case of medium and deep peels also improve the condition of the dermis. As a result of the treatment, the skin is much more smooth and elastic, wrinkles become shallower, and the enlarged pores and blackheads are eliminated.
In addition to exfoliating ingredients, chemical peels in their composition also contain other active substances that are able to interact with the activity of acids. They reduce excessive keratinization of the skin, help remove discoloration, regulate the secretion of sebum and have an effect on the reconstruction of collagen and elastin. For each problem there is a properly selected preparation.
Before the procedure:
One week before the procedure, strong creams should be discontinued, eg with sulfur, vitamin A or benzoyl oxide. The skin can not be irritated, therefore it should not be used before depilation (creams, wax). Kikla men should not shave hours before surgery.
Recommendations after chemical peeling:
Side effects and complications:
Almond peeling 30%
Almond peeling 50%
Glycolic peeling (GlykoPeel) 30%
Glycolic peeling (GlykoPeel) 50%
Pyruvic peeling 30%
Pyruvic peeling 50%
High Potency Peel (HPP)
PQ Age – TCA 30%
Red Peel (biopeeling + LED / IPL therapy)
Peeling TCA 15%, 25%, 35%
Enerpeel EL 3,5% TCA – powieki i usta