ENZYME PEELINGEnzyme peeling is mainly used for skin spots. However, the acids and especially Vitamin C reduce the signs of aging. This special peeling system contains mixtures of acids that destruct the melanin, which creates the skin spot. The acids contained in the enzyme peeling suppress the production of the melanin substance that forms the skin spot. This will not only reduce the spot, but it will also prevent the formation of new spots. In the treatment of spots with enzyme peeling, not only the spots are reduced, but also the skin appears shiny and tightened, while the lines are also alleviated. Therefore, the enzyme peeling might also be considered as an anti-aging and skin rejuvenating method.

The peeling product is left on the skin for 4-8 hours depending on the sensitivity of the skin and the severity of the spot. At this time interval, the peeling product does not leave any residue on the skin because it will be absorbed by the skin. At the end of this interval, the product is washed off with water. Next, moisturizing and nourishing creams are applied.

The most important advantage of the enzyme peeling is the requirement of single session. On the contrary to other standard peelings, the intermittent treatment is not required. It is applied only once. Care creams are used at home following the treatment.

The enzyme peeling may cause redness, desquamation, tightness, sensitivity and dryness on the skin. However, they regress within 2 to 3 days. At this interval, it is necessary to use special moisturizers and skin-nourishing products. During and after the treatment, the person must be protected from the sun with sunscreens. The skin spots appear substantially lighter in color after a single administration.