Glycopeel peel Mesoestetic

Cost of treatment:
from 250 PLN
Anesthesia:
No
Area:
Face

Glycolic acid is classified as an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA). As a member of this group, it is characterized by a minimal molecular size. It allows for the deepest skin penetration. In nature, it can be found in sugar cane.

What does it look like?

Glycolic peel is a medical exfoliating product. When applied to the skin, it can cause some irritation. For this reason, it is not recommended for sensitive or couperose-prone skin. It should be used when the sunlight is not very intensive.

How does the procedure go?

During the procedure, one or a few layers of chemical peel are applied onto a previously prepared skin, depending on patient’s skin condition and problem. The peel is kept on the skin and acts on it for a couple of minutes to a quarter on average, depending on individual characteristics.
You may experience pins and needles, burning or tight skin sensation.

What are the indications?

  • wrinkles
  • loss of elasticity and firmness
  • loss of glare
  • discoloration
  • impaired keratinization
  • acne
  • seborrhea

What can I expect afterwards?

When regularly repeated, it causes skin thinning and so promotes collagen fiber re-building. It has a cleaning effect and promotes regenerating processes within the dermis. By considerable epidermal exfoliation, it minimalized acne, blackheads and nevi. It increases skin tension and smoothness, resulting in visible rejuvenation.

How many sessions are necessary for the expected results?

For optimal results, it is recommended to undergo a series of minimum 5 sessions at 10 to 14-day intervals. To sustain the results, we recommend repeating the procedure once every 4 to 6 weeks

What care does my skin need afterwards?

Immediately after the procedure, you may experience some irritation and redness, which usually resolve within a few hours. A couple of days later, your skin will start to peel off naturally, you should wait through this process and do not try to enhance it by using exfoliators. On the first day after the procedure, you should not put on your make-up. You should avoid sun exposure and tanning booths for 4 weeks and during that time use sunscreen (min. 30 SPF) and skin care according to your cosmetologist’s recommendations.