Chemical peel is a simple treatment that involves renewing the outermost layers of the skin, leaving it brighter, more even, and smoother.

It restores the skin’s homogeneous color, helps to tighten pores, and prevents the appearance of wrinkles by stimulating the formation of new collagen in the dermis. Additionally, various scientific studies have demonstrated the beneficial effect of medical peels in preventing skin cancer, thus promoting the health of our skin.

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What are the main indications?

  • Dark spots
  • Open pores
  • Oily skin
  • Acne scars
  • Dull or sallow skin
  • Photoaging

What kind of substances are used?
For performing a chemical peel, we have different chemical substances that we use at varying concentrations depending on the skin type, the area of the body, or the needs of each patient. The most common ones are salicylic acid, glycolic acid, pyruvic acid, resorcinol, and retinols. The most innovative approach is the combination of several substances in the same product, which increases the effectiveness of the peel while significantly improving its tolerance and recovery.

How does a chemical peel work?
First, the skin is cleansed, and sensitive areas such as the eyes, nasal folds, and corners of the mouth are protected. Subsequently, a degreasing substance is applied to the area to be treated, followed by the application of the chemical substance for a few minutes. Sometimes, you may experience a temporary slight tingling sensation. In the days following, the skin may peel slightly, replacing the outermost layers of the skin with new ones. In most cases, the patient can apply makeup immediately after the treatment and continue with their usual routine. The number of peels a person needs and the frequency of the treatments depend on each individual case.

What are the post-treatment care instructions?
The most important thing is to avoid sun exposure during the weeks following a chemical peel, especially in the first few days. Additionally, it is recommended to cleanse the skin with gentle facial hygiene cosmetics and then apply regenerating moisturizing creams, not forgetting to apply SPF 50+ sunscreen every morning.

The weeks following a chemical peel are an ideal time to use specific treatments according to each person’s needs, as the stratum corneum is thinner and the epidermis more receptive. It is recommended to use cosmetics with depigmenting active ingredients in case of spots, vitamin C for dull skin, or glycolic acid for photoaging.