With a Medical Peel (also called chemical peel) a liquid solution,
consisting of one or more acids, is applied to the skin.
Acids are able to penetrate deep into the skin and improve the skin.
Because the Peel dissolves the sealant layer between the skin cells,
they release and the ‘peel effect’ is created.
Each acid has specific quality and can, for example, reduce acne,
scars, wrinkles and fine lines and hyperpigmentation from the inside out.
The strength of the Peel depends on the PH value,
the number of layers that are applied and whether this
technique is combined with other treatment techniques.
Your specialist can best advise you on which peel is best for you at what time
When is a Medical Peel suitable?
- Wrinkles and fine lines or before they become visible
- Acne scars
- Oily skin
- Dull skin
- Large pores
- Uneven skin structure
- In preparation for or after another treatment
Types of Medical Peel
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Frequently Asked Questions
If you are already undergoing treatment, the treatment starts with a short review of the previous treatment and the results achieved, after which we sign a declaration of consent and photos are again included in your file.
The skin is thoroughly cleansed and impurities are removed. Depending on the indication, the number of layers and exposure time are carefully determined. When the processing time has passed, we remove the Peel and apply a (invisible) moisturizing and soothing mask that you can only remove 8 hours later.
- CO2 Carboxy Therapy
- Esthemax Hydration Elation
Medical peels are usually done in a course of treatment. Depending on the indication, the interval between the peels is determined.
A medical peel is versatile. It can solve complex skin problems and be used as a periodic boost or maintenance treatment for the skin.
- Do not wet the treated area for up to 8 hours after treatment
- Do not apply makeup until 48 hours after treatment
- For 48 hours after treatment, avoid heat, excessive sweating, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, etc.
- Do not force and/or touch the skin unnecessarily
- Do not use (silicone) brushes and exfoliation until 2 weeks after the treatment and avoid products with acids, Benzoyl Peroxide, retinoids, drying alcohols
- Protect the skin every 2 hours with SPF30
- If your skin is recovering from a previous (allergic) reaction
- If you have or have had (skin) cancer
- If you use prescription creams
- If you are taking Roaccutane or have taken it within the last 6 months
- If you have active herpes
- If you have open wounds
- If you have a fever
We strongly recommend that you use the post peel home care kit or the CICA Recovery set after each peel due to its soothing and healing properties.
To maintain the results in the longer term, we recommend that you maintain a solid skincare routine. The specialist can also advise you on this.
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- The skin can peel
- The skin may flake
- The skin may look red
- The skin can be sensitive
- Deeper impurities are stimulated to come out of the skin