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Peeling is a dermatological and aesthetic procedure used to exfoliate the top layer of the skin and stimulate cell regeneration. The technique consists of applying a chemical or physical agent to the skin to remove dead skin cells and promote the growth of new skin cells.

Peeling treatments can be performed at different levels of depth, from superficial peels that only affect the outermost layer of the skin, to treatments that can reach the deeper layers of the skin. Peels can be performed on different parts of the body, but are most common on the face, neck and hands.

Chemical agents can be mild or strong acids, and the choice of agent will depend on the patient’s skin condition and the objective of the treatment. Chemical peels can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions, such as dark spots, fine wrinkles, acne, scars and to improve overall skin texture and tone.

The Benefits

Improved skin appearance

Peeling can help eliminate blemishes, acne scars, fine wrinkles, expression lines and other signs of aging.

Acne treatment

Peeling can help treat acne by removing the top layers of skin and clearing pores.

Stimulation of collagen production

The peel can stimulate the production of collagen, a key protein for maintaining skin elasticity and firmness.

Uniform skin tone

Peeling can help reduce the appearance of dark spots and redness on the skin.

Treatment of hyperpigmentation

Peeling can help treat hyperpigmentation, a condition in which the skin produces too much pigment, causing dark spots.

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