Peeling

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Laser Peel (Laser skin resurfacing)

Laser peel (also known as Laser skin resurfacing) is performed on face skin and is known as one of physical rejuvenation techniques. It is based on using monochrome light emission, i.e. one wavelength which affects the tissue resulting in selective photothermolysis. Consequently, one target tissue absorbs over 95% of laser radiation energy and further converts it into heat. As a result, the patient gets selective evaporation of skin layers which removes pigment spots, post acne scars, mimic wrinkles and some other defects of skin cover.

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Face peel

Face peel is a deep facial cleansing treatment which aims to exfoliate dead skin cells, even out the skin surface, cleanse the skin from impurities and promote skin rejuvenation.

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Ultrasonic peel

Ultrasonic peel is skin cleansing procedure using a special device that creates ultrasonic waves and high-frequency vibration providing dead skin cells removal and rejuvenation of the outer layer of skin.

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Microdermabrasion (Mechanical Peel)

A variety of methods has been invented in the fight for immaculate appearance with smooth, fine skin deprived of scars, stretch marks and other unaesthetic defects. Microdermabrasion is one of such methods. It is effective enough to treat scars, cicatrices and stretch marks while possessing all properties of a mechanical peel.

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Enzyme Peel

Enzyme Peel belongs to superficial peel treatments. Instead of acids, its active agents are enzymes. Enzyme peel is a rather gentle procedure, suitable for all skin types, including sensitive couperose-prone skin.

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Complications after Chemical Peels and Dermabrasion: Prevention and Remedies

In cosmetic dermatology, considerable amount of treatments leads to some damage to dermis and epidermis. Most complications caused by iatrogenic manipulations are non-specific. They develop due to loss of skin integrity or as a result of an inflammatory response. Expert skin preparation and management of patients during the recuperative period immensely minimize the risk of complications.

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Apple peel

Apples contain an impressive list of micronutrients, minerals, vitamins, polyphenols, pectin and many other useful substances that make apples one of the healthiest fruits for humans.

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Chemical Peel

The word "peel" literally means "remove the outer layer", or "refine". In effect, this is a process of exfoliating horned cells to improve the visual appearance and the overall condition of skin.

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Alpha Peptide Peel

Alpha peptide resurfacing belongs to superficial or medium depth chemical peels, depending on the concentration of alpha hydroxy acids and pH levels. Alpha peptide peels have been especially designed to address the problems of withering skin showing signs of aging.

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Wine Peel

Wine peel is a cosmetological procedure which consists in skin treatment with a special high-potent solution. The solution comprises strong acids, an acetic complex and vegetable-based components. The procedure belongs to a group of superficial and mild medium-depth peels. Its excellent results are shown in stimulated exfoliation and renewed epidermis, as well as in activated removal of damaged collagen and elastin fibers and new fibers formation.

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Jessner Peel

Jessner peel is a cosmetological procedure aimed at improving skin's state and appearance with the help of a special chemical solution. Like all chemical peels, Jessner peel can be superficial, intended for the upper, horny layer of skin. In this case, the peel is applied once. If necessary, two or three layers are applied to affect the whole depth of epidermis.

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Phytic Peel

Phytic peel is a skin treatment that consists in application of peel solution containing phytic acid as an active component. Phytic acid, also known as inositol hexakisphosphate, is a compound ether composed of myo inositol, cyclic sixfold polyalcohol, and 6 units of orthophosphoric acid. In nature, phytic acid is found in cereal grains, beans, some vegetables, and oilseeds.

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Phenol peel

Phenol peel is a high toxic chemical peel that is considered to be a serious dermatologic surgery procedure requiring sound medical judgment including kidney, liver and cardiovascular system examination.

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Green Peel

Green, or pyroracemic peel consists in skin cover exfoliation with a pyroracemic (pyruvic, or keto-acetic) acid solution. Exfoliation with pyroracemic acid can be superficial or superficial-medium.

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TCA peel

TCA peel is a mid-grade chemical peel that penetrates deeper layers of skin providing deep cleansing and rejuvenation. The main ingredient of the formulation is trichloroacetic acid (also known as trichloroethanoic acid) which is an analogue of acetic acid as a highly toxic chemical absorbed through the skin with a strong bactericidal and anti-inflammatory effect used as a chemical cauterant.

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ABR Peel

ABR peel is a combined medium-deep peel that is used mostly to tackle the problems of oily skin. It is one of the best treatments for pitted acne scars and pimple marks.

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Lactic Acid Peel

Lactic Acid is an organic alpha or 2-hydroxypropionic acid produced by glycolysis. It is a natural, biologically safe product that plays an essential role in the carbohydrates metabolism in human body and is also an important component of the natural moisturizing factor of the skin (NMF).

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Lactobionic Acid Peel

Lactobionic acid (4-O-β-galactopyranosyl-D-gluconic acid) belongs to polyhydroxy acids. Formed by oxidation of milk sugar (a disaccharide named lactose), it consists of gluconic acid and galactose bonded via an ether linkage.

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Mandelic Peel

Mandelic peel is a superficial chemical peel. It acts on the upper horny layer of skin without affecting the translucent layer. Its main component is mandelic, 2-hydroxy-2-phenylacetic, or phenylglycolic acid which belongs to alpha-hydroxy (fruit) acids and is prepared by hydrolysis of bitter almond extract.

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Retinoic acid peel (Yellow peel)

Retinoic acid peel (yellow peel) belongs to skin treatments with a short recovery period. Retinoids (synthesized equivalents of vitamin A) regulate the processes of differentiation, proliferation, and intercellular communication. When retinoids get into a cell, they make a bond with nuclear sensors. As a result, particular sections of the cell genome are activated or decelerated.

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PHA peel

PHA face peel is the next generation of superficial chemical peels. Gluconolactone is an active ingredient that treats skin very gently without affecting deeper layers.

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Glycolic peel

At present, glycolic peel has become a rather popular cosmetic procedure. It is a type of superficial chemical peel which sloughs off dead skin cells from upper layers. At the same time, the peel smoothes skin by reducing the horny layer and thickening the living epidermis. The procedure helps normalize hyper pigmentation like pimples and pigment spots.

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Salicylic peel

The salicylic peel is one of the types of chemical (acid) peel. It has already been used for a long time in a cosmetology without losing its popularity.

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Azelan peel

Azelan peel is a procedure of chemical cleaning of upper layers of facial skin. This procedure is useful for people with dermatologic problems: rosacea, acne, couperose and other abnormal changes of skin covering.

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Arginine peel

Arginine peeling is one of the types of chemical peelings, which rejuvenates and moisturize skin, possesses mild peeling action and prevents the development of inflammatory process.

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