Chemical Peeling

Chemical peeling — is a professional manipulation by chemical agents triggering rejuvenation of epidermis.
The procedure stimulates regenerative processes, induces peeling of superficial epidermis strata, and improves the general aesthetic condition of skin.

The procedure is aimed at skin rejuvenation, removal of pigmentation and various skin defects, including scars, acne and its aftereffects, and treatment of wrinkles.

The manipulation induces protective and rehabilitating mechanisms of skin cells vitality. Enhanced synthesis of collagen makes skin feel elastic and tight triggering the process of its natural regeneration.

Peeling procedure is associated with inevitable slight skin reddening. An up to 1 day-long reddening after superficial peeling is deemed standard. Erythema in superficial -and-median peeling may last up to 2 days. Median peeling by, say retinoid, may stay up to a week.
The second mandatory after- peeling process is exfoliation that may last 2—5 days.

Superficial Peeling


  • Dry, loose skin;
  • Sun-damaged skin;
  • Preliminary treatment before median peeling;
  • Skin imperfections and enlarged pores.

Superficial peeling is mainly applied to face and other parts of the body and is the most skin “sparing” technique leaving no post-procedure traces and requiring no rehabilitation.

Median Peeling

  • Treats superficial wrinkles;
  • Eliminates pigmentation problems;
  • Stimulates generation of new collagen.

The manipulation may be used for face, neck, or other parts of the body. The treatment takes just about 10-15 minutes. Recommended for swarthy-skin patients too.

Deep Chemical Facial Peeling

The procedure produces a powerful, long-term effect. Deep chemical facial peeling requires a long rehabilitation period.

This type of peeling can only be made in an in-patient medical facility.

Professional chemical peeling for improvement of skin structure may be made all the year round.