Chemical peeling

Description of Treatment

CHEMICAL PEELING – is an treatment with acid that penetrates deep into the skin and renews it, eliminating efflorescence, even scars and wrinkles. The effect of exfoliation is long-lasting because it promotes the renewal of collagen and elastin in the skin. It is an excellent method for the treatment of acne, acne scars, hyperpigmentation spots, to relieve shallower wrinkles, and it can also be used to refresh skin of the face.
By chemical peeling, we remove the old skin cells and thus stimulate the growth of new skin cells to make them brighter, healthier and more beautiful.

Target group

The ideal candidate is any person who wants to improve the texture and humidity of their skin, achieve a youthful skin look, remove wrinkles or improve pigmentation disorders.

Almost anyone can undergo chemical peeling unless there is no skin diseases that damage the skin barrier (wounds from infection, atopic dermatitis, etc.).

People with darker skin need to be a little more cautious with preparation before exfoliation treatment. The doctor will, in turn, apply an exfoliator that is appropriate to their skin type. The reason is that very strong chemical peels can cause more hyperpigmentation on darker skin.


Chemical peeling always begins with the preparation phase, which involves applying the first layer of lotion to relax the skin and prepare it for the action of acids. We want to achieve a certain skin PH, so cleansing the grease and impurities from the skin is essential.

Chemical exfoliation can be performed separately, depending on the problem and the doctor’s decision. And they can be supplemented with various facial treatments, again depending on the problem and the recommendation of the doctor.


Depending on the type selected and the depth of exfoliation achieved, redness and slight swelling occur immediately after treatment, which quickly calms down.

A visible peeling of the skin is also possible in a few days, which will cease in the next few days. During this time, special skin care will be prescribed.

Today, peeling s that cause less irritation and thus less redness, while being extremely effective in terms of skin renewal and remodeling are avaliable on the market.

It is extremely important to follow the doctor’s recommendations after the procedure, which certainly includes the application of sunscreens with a high protective factor when outdoors.


Can I Expose to the Sun After a Chemical Exfoliation?
Exposure of the skin to the sun after chemical peeling is prohibited. As with any face treatment that results in redness, sun exposure can trigger gradual hyperpigmentation. So, until redness is present and the skin returns to normal, it should not be exposed to the sun.

How many times is chemical peeling recommended?
The number of chemical peels performed is not limited, and the number of treatments recommended depends on the indications being treated.

Does chemical peeling hurt?
Chemical peeling is not painful, thanks to today’s technologies that have allowed us to choose acids that are completely painless.