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Peeling

Chemical Peeling

This non-surgical (non-invasive) intervention promotes skin renewal. During chemical peeling, a specific chemical solution is being applied to the area to be treated. This causes the outer layers of damaged skin blistering and peeling, so new, smoother skin comes to the surface with less wrinkles.

Several different alkaline and acidic compositions are available to do this, which destroys damaged skin layer in different depths to control the depth and efficiency of the treatment. Very good results can be achieved in the face, neck, back, chest, arms and legs, but the treatment can be applied to the rest of the body as well.

Microdermabrasion (Mechanical Peeling)

A variety of methods are known for facial rejuvenation. The palette is extremely broad cosmetic interventions, Thermage, and plastic surgery.

Mechanical polishing of the skin surface is called dermabrasion. During the Microdermabrasion, we use a diamond surface to achieve the finest, but deep and strong peeling.

Microdermabrasion is an ambulatory treatment, the patient can return immediately to work. The procedure can be performed on any area of ​​the body – considering that we have abrasive heads of different sizes.

However, important to know that this procedure should be performed preferably in spring or autumn, the skin is unable to protect itself adequately against UV rays, so may become pigmented.

1-2 treatments of Microdermabrasion result in a striking change, but usually 5-6 treatments are necessary.

Microdermabrasion can be an addition to other treatments, or performed alone.

Laser Dermabrasion (Laser Peeling)

This procedure is very similar to chemical peeling, but instead of a special substance, it uses a laser to vaporize the fine layer of the upper epidermis.

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