30 minutes



           depending on the peel



4-6 in a series







  • improvement of oily skin condition by reducing sebum production and unclogging pores;reduction of scars, discolorations, and acne-related skin issues;

  • rejuvenation and brightening of the skin on the face, neck, décolletage, and back of the hands;

  • reduction of signs of photoaging;

  • diminished acne symptoms;

  • reduction of fine lines;

  • firming of the skin and improvement of its elasticity;



  • pigmentary changes: freckles, melasma, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation;

  • sun damage;

  • age-related skin issues: wrinkles, loss of skin firmness;

  • scars;

  • comedonal and inflammatory acne;

  • stretch marks;

  • keratinization disorders: dry skin, follicular keratosis;



  • avoid swimming in pools and using saunas;

  • refrain from sunbathing for a minimum of 30 days;

  • use sunscreen with a minimum SPF50+;



  • pregnancy and breastfeeding;

  • skin allergies;

  • active bacterial, fungal, or viral infections;

  • excessive sun exposure;

  • predisposition to hypertrophic scars;

  • severe acne;

  • oral vitamin A therapy;

  • skin with disrupted epidermal barrier;


What are chemical peels?

Chemical peels are a group of treatments that involve controlled skin damage using a chemical substance to stimulate skin regeneration processes, ultimately refreshing and rejuvenating the skin. The most commonly used peeling agents are acids.

In our clinic, we particularly recommend peels using:

  • Almond acid

  • Pyruvic acid

  • Glycolic acid

  • Salicylic acid

  • TCA (we recommend the best-selling treatment in combination with a lifting massage using the PRX T-33 product)

The depth of action of the preparations can vary and depends on the type of substance, its concentration, pH, and the time it remains on the skin.

How is the procedure performed?

The procedure using chemical peels involves the localized application of preparations to the skin's surface, which act by causing different degrees of damage to the epidermis and the dermis. The result of using peels, which appears practically immediately after applying the product, is the partial exfoliation of the skin. The long-term effects of the peeling action include skin rebuilding and regeneration, reduction of discolorations and other skin defects such as scars, stretch marks, or acne, the shallowing of superficial wrinkles, skin moisturization, and nourishment, as well as the improvement of its firmness and elasticity. The choice of the preparation depends on the predominant problem that one wants to correct. The skin type, the person's lifestyle, and their expectations are also important.

The method is simple, minimally invasive, and safe. After the procedure, depending on the depth of the peel, the skin may become red and swollen, and the patient may experience mild burning and increased tissue tension. Several days after the procedure, the skin begins to peel intensively. The duration and intensity of these symptoms depend on the depth of the peel. It is important to protect the skin from sunlight and use UV-filter creams after the procedure.

The effect of the peel is visibly noticeable after the first treatment, but for a full effect, you should undergo 4 to 6 treatments at intervals of 2 to 4 weeks, depending on the skin type and type of peel.

How to prepare for the procedure?

Before the planned procedure, you should refrain from any procedures that may irritate the skin in the treatment area, including lasers and depilation.

Absolutely one week before the planned treatment, you should discontinue all cosmetics containing retinol.

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