Medium chemical peels
Chemical peels consist of applying one or several exfoliating agents to the skin to eliminate parts of damaged epidermis and dermis to subsequently replace them with a regenerated, better quality epidermis and dermis. Trichloroacetic acid is unquestionably the best agent for use in medium peel treatments.
- Dispersed benign brown spots and other pigmentation problems (face and body).
- Superficial fine lines.
- Moderate or medium photoageing (cutaneous ageing linked with the effects of the sun).
Application of the chosen agent in liquid form or in the form of a mask, after skin preparation, followed by the application of a pertinent regenerative preparation.
- One treatment is usually sufficient.
- The treatment should be renewed once a year according to your needs.
- A deep reaching burst of radiance.
- Excellent balancing of pigment.
- Improvement of skin texture and tone and reduction of fine lines.
Advantages of the technique
- Excellent results, mostly achieved in one single treatment.
- Following treatment, the skin can be unsightly for a period of 4-7 days.
- Medium peels can improve superficial fine lines but cannot get rid of deep wrinkles.