Peels, peels, chemical peeling, there are so many names for the treatment in question. But what does it actually do? A peeling is a wonderful treatment that improves the skin. With the help of enzymes and acids, the skin is exfoliated, stimulated and smoother.

What types of peels are there?

  • Mechanical peels > by means of a grain in the product
  • Enzymatic peels > using enzymes, often derived from fruit
  • Chemical peels > using acids of natural origin (note: a chemical peel is not a chemical product. It causes a chemical reaction together with the skin).

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What do peels do?

A professional peeling focuses on several points, depending on the customer's wishes, it is an effective treatment for skin improvement. Peels exfoliate the skin (remove dead skin cells), stimulate cell renewal, stimulate fibroblasts and encourage the skin to recover. The recovery process is the most important after a peel because this is where the results come from. The skin becomes smoother, more even, with less pore structure and fewer lines.

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Preparation is half the battle!

Together with you we will look at the best treatment to tackle the skin problem. It is important that the customer uses the right products at home, for the result but also how the peeling reacts on the skin so that no hypersensitivity occurs. It is important in advance that the skin can get used to the lower pH value to prevent overreaction.

What do peels do for:

  • Oily skins: a peeling reduces excessive sebum production, making the skin look matt and have fewer blockages.
  • Acne skins: a peeling inhibits the growth of bacteria that cause inflammation, repairs the skin and refines scars.
  • Pigmentation: a peeling reduces pigmentation, making the appearance look smoother and fresher.
  • Lines and wrinkles: a peeling stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin, making the skin look firmer and fuller.
  • For dull skin, a peeling cleans the skin, making it look radiant again.

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What are the contraindications?

  • Infectious skin diseases
  • Active herpes > cold sores
  • Open wounds
  • Poor healing
  • Keloid
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Tretinoid (+ wait 3 months after use)
  • Roaccutane (+ wait 6 months after use)
  • Botox and fillers (wait 2 weeks after treatment)
  • Vitamin A or Retinol use (wait 1 week before and after treatment)

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