Chemical Peeling

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Chemical Peeling

Skin rejuvenation with the use of special chemicals leads to the improvement of skin texture, even of the most demanding skin type, and offers a soft, relaxed and youthful look.

Treatment Duration 5-10 minutes
Result Appears Few days after treatment, depending on the type of peeling
Results Duration Up to 6 months
Cost Starts at 82€ (session price per package deal)
Acne treatment (1 cleansing + 3 chemical peeling + 3 photodynamic) 499€
Technique Non-invasive treatment
Doctor’s Specialty Aesthetician, Dermatologist
Pain Level Painless
Anaesthesia None
Recovery Time Depending on the type of peeling
Consultation Appointment Free of charge

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What is it

As the time passes by, our skin suffers from various factors, such as environmental pollution, sunlight, smoking or alcohol consumption. All these factors, combined with the intense stress of modern life and age, lead to a delay in skin regeneration and cell renewal. The “old” cells stack on the surface of the skin, preventing the new ones from emerging. Thus, our skin acquires a dull appearance, loses its elasticity and several open or closed pores appear. The solution to these problems is provided by Chemical Peeling.

Until recently, Chemical Peels used solutions that caused uncontrollable burns on the skin with often unpredictable results. This, however, led to intense irritation or reduced effectiveness of the treatment. Modern methods increase the efficiency rate and offer even absorption of the chemical peel, with better results and with the least possible irritation.

Areas Of Application

Chemical Peelings are mainly applied on the following areas:

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Décolleté
  • Back
  • Arms
  • For Wrinkles, Fine Lines and Age Spots
  • For Acne Scars


The process is pretty simple and just 15 minutes are more than enough to complete it. At first, thorough cleansing of the skin takes place and then a specific chemical solution is applied, depending on the patient’s needs.

At this stage, you may feel a slight burn, which depends on the action of the chemical substance and subsides immediately after the neutralization phase. Within the next few days, there is more or less skin exfoliation, depending on the type of chemical agent.

Where it aims

Chemical Peelings are especially useful for people who have spots, freckles, wrinkle or scars, and generally for patients who have discolorations on their skin. Its purpose is to smooth scars and other signs of aging and to offer skin rejuvenation.

  • Skin aging: Over time, several changes happen to skin. Skin becomes thinner and wrinkles may appear, mainly because of facial muscles relaxation. Skin aging is usually a normal procedure, however there are several factors that may speed up the process and lead to premature aging, such as sun exposure, smoking and stress. Signs of aging are static wrinkles, skin sagging, thinning, blemishes, freckles, melasma, varicose veins, and elasticity. Chemical peelings can offer a great solution to all of the aforementioned skin problems.
  • Scars: Scars created by wound, acne or surgery may lead to significant deformities on the skin surface. Especially for acne scars, Chemical Peelings is one of the most effective treatments that can help smooth the skin texture and improve the overall appearance.

Types of Treatment

Each patient’s tolerance to the severity of each treatment plays an important role in choosing the appropriate chemical peeling.

The 9 most widely used chemical solutions known for their unique effectiveness in the treatment of particular Dermatological problems are: A-Hydroxy Acids (AHA), Glycolic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA), Mandelic Acid, Azelaic Acid, Kochic Acid, Jessner Solution and Phenol.

Chemical Peelings are strongly advised to performed by a specialized Doctor, Dermatologist or Plastic Surgeon. No anesthesia is needed and the treatment is completed within a very short period of time. During the treatment, the appropriate chemical solution is applied to the face in order to remove the required layer of the skin. Essentially, Chemical Peeling causes a controlled mild burn on the skin, in order for the exfoliation to begin.


  • Superficial

    It acts mainly on the skin surface and removes the surface layer of the skin. It is the most common Chemical Peeling and has a good exfoliating action. It is used to treat fine wrinkles, dry areas and acne. In general, surface peels have weaker effect and are suggested to be performed once a month. In order to be effective and maintain the desired result, they should be repeated for some time, which is determined by the doctor, and proper care should be taken at home.

  • Medium depth

    It penetrates to the upper part of the skin and at the same time the superficial ones are removed among with the lower layers of the skin. It is mainly used to treat fine wrinkles, surface imperfections, as well as skin pigmentation problems. For medium and deep peels there are serious contraindications, such as pregnancy, active herpes, or open sores, and in this case their application should be avoided.

  • Deep

    These peelings reach the deepest layer of the dermis, the reticular dermis. They are used to treat intense wrinkles on the face, as well as to fight wrinkles, blemishes and acne scars. On the contrary, deeper peels are quite strong and therefore it is recommended to be performed less often, as they require more healing time. The amount of skin that will be exfoliated depends on the skin type and needs, and consequently on the type of solution used.


Chemical Peeling is a treatment in which an acid solution is used to remove damaged outer layers of the skin. It is the most popular facial peeling, as it offers immediately visible results. During the treatment, the outer layers of the dead skin are exfoliated, revealing a new layer with an improved texture.

Through the controlled damage it causes, cytokine release is achieved, resulting in skin thickening, collagen and elastin production, reorganization of the structural elements and increase of the cell volume.