Medical peels

Medical peels are aimed at improving the condition of the epidermis and dermis, ensuring a better appearance and the reduction of the symptoms of skin diseases. A minimally invasive method, it can be personalised and tailored to the individual needs of the patient, assuring truly spectacular effects.

 

Indications:

  • Seborrheic skin,
  • Blackheads,
  • Papules and pustules,
  • Acne blemishes,
  • Skin discolouration,
  • Scars,
  • Wrinkles,
  • Loose skin.

Available skin peels:

  • Enerpeel PA (pyruvic)
  • Enerpeel SA (salicylic)
  • Enerpeel JR (Jessner solution)
  • SPA Lightening (mixture of pyruvic, salicylic and lactic acids)
  • Mandelic M (mandelic)
  • Ferulac Classic and Ferulac Plus (ferulic)
  • Nomelan Cofeico Forte (mixture of coffee, salicylic, phytic, mandelic, ferulic and ascorbic acids, and retinol)
  • Azelac RU (mixture of azelaic, mandelic, phytic and ferulic acids, and resorcinol)
  • Retises CT Yellow Peel (retinol, vitamin C)
  • Easy Droxy Complex Peel (mixture of glycolic, citric, lactic, kojic and salicylic acids)
  • Easy TCA Classic (mixture of trichloroacetic, citric and ascorbic acids)
  • Easy TCA Pain Control (trichloroacetic acid, phenol)
  • PQ Age (mixture of trichloroacetic, kojic and mandelic acids, plus urea peroxide and coenzyme Q10)
  • Ultimate Eye Corrector (mixture of lactobionic, mandelic and salicylic acids, and retinol)
  • Perfect Peel (mixture of kojic, TCA, salicylic and retinoic acids, plus phenol, glutathione and vitamin C)
  • Cosmelan / Dermamelan

How to prepare for the procedure:

  • Dermatological consultation (may be on the day of the procedure) – the doctor qualifies the patient for the procedure.
  • A few days before the procedure, the patient should refrain from using strong action creams, e.g. those containing benzoyl peroxide, retinol or fruit acids.

Procedure description and effects:

  • Medical peel is a non-invasive medical procedure, which results in the improvement of the condition of the epidermis, and often also of the dermis. The skin looks different instantly; it seems healthier and more radiant.
  • Depending on the indications, the patient may undergo superficial and medium-deep peels.
  • Peelings are applied by a certified cosmetologist or dermatologist (depending on the type of peeling)
  • During the treatment the patient may feel a slight burning of the skin.
  • The best effect is obtained using a series of treatments.
  • The result is a reduction of pathological changes and their consequences.

After the procedure:

  • The skin may be slightly irritated, depending on the type of peel.
  • After about 2 days, the epidermis begins to peel off with varying intensity.
  • Immediately after the procedure, refrain from intense exercise, avoid high temperatures (sauna, jacuzzi), but you can go back to your regular daily activities immediately.
  • Use protective sunscreen with high SPF.

Contraindications:

  • Allergy to any of the ingredients,
  • Broken epidermis,
  • Recent acne,
  • Fresh tan,
  • Pregnancy and nursing.