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Chemical peel + Enzymatic peel


45 minutes

The chemical peel

is one of the oldest cosmetic procedures in the world. Today chemical peels are among the most popular and widely recognised methods of improving the health and appearance of skin by removing dead skin cells and encouraging new ones to grow. The CLINICCARE superficial chemical peels penetrate the stratum corneum and epidermis to encourage regeneration and rejuvenation of new skin cells.

Steps :

Anticeptic wipe + Foam cleansing + toner+ Enzymatic peel +Toning+ then apply Chemical peel to suit your skin +Tone + Cold therapy +LED light

Benefit : Regenerate new tissues , get rid of dead and dull skin

A chemical peel is a technique used to improve and smooth the texture of the skin. Facial skin is mostly treated, and scarring can be improved. Chemical peels are intended to remove the outermost layers of the skin. To accomplish this task, the chosen peel solution induces a controlled injury to the skin. Resulting wound healing processes begin to regenerate new tissues. The dead skin eventually peels off.

The regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin. Some types of chemical peels can be purchased and administered without a medical license, however people are advised to seek professional help from a dermatologist or plastic surgeon on a specific type of chemical peel before a procedure is performed.

we have 3 types of chemical peel

  1. PURE treatment ( Blue) : Suitable for combination, oily, sensitive or acne prone skin and skin with mild/medium/ severe acne problems . Suitable for Fitzpatrick skin types 1 to 4 (patch test required for 5 and above)

  2. GLOW treatment (Green) : Suitable for hyperpigmentation, sun damage and uneven skin tone. Can be used on all Fitzpatrick skin types. for Skin with severe/medium/mild hyperpigmentation

  3. REFRESH treatment ( Red): Suitable for skin rejuvenation including ageing, sun damage, fine lines and skin laxity. Suitable for Fitzpatrick skin types 1 to 4 only :Skin with / mild or severe sun damage and/or agein

Contraindications include the following:

• Allergies to chemical ingredients.

• Active cold sores, herpes simplex in area to be treated.

• History of radiation therapy within the application area (6months post chemo & radiotherapy).

• Pregnant or breastfeeding.

• Skin cancers – melanoma.

• Active eczema, psoriasis or rosacea if inflamed skin, pustules, or papules at the time of treatment

– fine to treat if completely resolved.

• Skin infections including any bacterial, viral, fungal, or herpetic infection.

• Wounded, sunburned, excessively sensitive skin.

• Inflammatory acne within the application area - wait until inflammation has subsided.

• Oral retinoids (Roaccutane) use within 6 months prior to treatment.

• History of drugs with photosensitizing potential.

• Pre-existing inflammatory dermatoses (eg, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, pemphigus).

•patient is careless about sun exposure or following aftercare advice

Other considerations:
  • Degree of photoaging damage :

  • Severely sun-damaged skin shows epidermal changes, elastosis, and collagen

  • Superficial peels, even when performed in repetitive fashion, do not reach the affected histological

  • Smoking

  • Prior cosmetic surgery

  • Mental health

  • Medications

  • Herpes

  • History of scarring

  • REFRESH PEEL may stimulate keloidal development in patients who are inclined to develop keloids.

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