Peeling is a cosmetic procedure during which a controlled burn to the skin is performed. As a result, new, regenerated skin looks smoother and less wrinkled than the skin before the procedure.
Types of peeling:
Chemical, mechanical, enzymatic peeling (enzyme), laser peeling and cryo peeling.
The most common one is chemical peeling.
Depending on the depth of penetration, it categorized into:
- -superficial peeling affecting only the upper layers of the epidermis.
- -median peeling, acting more deeply, reaching the middle layer of the epidermis.
- -deep peeling, which stimulates the entire epidermis and it is the most aggressive type of peeling.
Indications for peeling:
Photo-aging, acne, post-acne, stretch marks, hyperpigmentation, follicular hyperkeratosis, fine-wrinkled skin, decrease in skin elasticity, bad texture, scars.
Skin damage, the presence of inflammation, herpes, epilepsy, the tendency to scarring, individual intolerance to the component of the peel.
Why you have to do peeling?
Peeling fights the signs of aging and eliminates pigmentation. AS after the first session you can see how the general condition has improved. The skin becomes more toned and elastic.
Peeling improves facial blood circulation and increases the oxygen supply of every cell in your skin resulting in a healthy looking skin.
- Previously, cosmetologists recommended to do peels in autumn and winter, but now there is a special peels that if you will do it with a good sun protection will give you quite good results.
- The most effective one is a combination with ferulic, retinol, alpha-arbutin, tranexamic acid and butylresocinol, and using nanotechnology peelants which could deeply penetrate inside the skin without harming its surface thus resulting in a peel that is starting from deeper layers towards outer layers and not in the opposite way as the other peels do.
- After such peeling, pigmentation will be more less, hydro balance is restored, the skin of the face becomes smooth and tender and texture will be good.