CHEMICAL PEELINGThe term “peeling” means removing the outer surface. The chemical peelings are used to improve and correct the skin by peeling off the superficial layer of the skin. The most common cosmetic peeling substances are fruit acids and especially the glycolic acid. Although glycolic acid peelings are defined as superficial chemical peelings, they provide a moderate-depth peeling depending on their concentration, pH, and how long they are left on the skin.

The procedure is repeated at intervals that are determined by the doctor; the skin is prepared for the procedure, and next, a mixture of fruit acids and the glycolic acid is brushed on the skin and left for a certain period, and finally, the target are is cleansed. The treatment takes 30 minutes on average, but it may vary depending on the target are and the problem. There should be 2 weeks between the sessions and maximum 6 to 10 sessions are carried out per year.

Chemical Peeling is employed for the following conditions;
• Skin aging
• Regulating the sebum and moisture balance of the skin
• Sun-derived skin damages (wrinkles, spots, drying, desquamation, etc.)
• Skin aging due to hereditary etiology
• Superficial acne scars
• Irregular pigmentations, flecks and age spots in the skin
• Stretch marks
• The spots (melasma) in pregnant women or those who use birth control pills
• Keratosis (swollen and benign lesions of the skin)
• White comedon
• Acne and skin fat depositions
• Ingrown hair
• Loss of elasticity

Chemical Peeling is administered by combining special care, PRP, laser treatments, mesolifting and radiofrequency depending on the needs of the skin. It is important to pay attention to the recommendations after administration and to use appropriate moisturizers and protective products.