Superficial peels are also known as “lunch-hour” peels because they are quick to perform and generally require no immediate downtime.
We use AHAs or fruit acids such as glycolic, phytic, kojic or even salicylic acids depending on the skin’s treatment indications.
The choice of which peel to perform will be made according to the requirements noted in the medical examination with one of Doctor Schinazi’s assistant doctors, who will perform the treatment according to an identical protocol, regardless of the peel recommended, as follows:
Universkin’s bespoke serums are ideal for this type of indication, including for skin maintenance after a peel.
The correct indications for having a superficial peel with fruit acids are:
We recommend, respectively:
However, like for any type of superficial or medium peel, the results vary according to each person’s metabolism, but also, and above all, they depend on their lifestyle (smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, and too much sugar or fat in the diet all risk reducing the benefits expected from a peel).
It is perfectly acceptable to couple AHA peels with a mesolift – which makes it a mesopeel – for a synergic action that also stimulates the skin’s hydration through mesotherapy. In this case, the recommended protocol is carried out in 3 sessions spaced around 3 weeks apart.
Finally, whether we are talking about a fruit acid peel on its own or a mesopeel, after each session a soothing and hydrating mask containing aloe vera, collagen and hyaluronic acid is applied, and the session is rounded off with a medical LED (light therapy) treatment in order to speed up the skin’s internal “healing” phase and potentiate the effects of the previous treatments.
These treatments are performed exclusively by qualified assistant doctors. 120 euros will be charged per session for AHA peels and 270 euros per session for mesopeels.
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