Peelings can erase imperfections of the skin through natural exfoliation of the epidermis and dermis.
An “abrasive” product, usually on the basis of fruit acids, is applied on the skin for a specific exposure time.
Depending on the desired effect, the peeling may be superficial (small wrinkles, skin radiance) or semi-profound (deeper imperfections). A large number of indications can be treated with peelings.
Is caused by poor circulation leading to vasoconstriction of the blood vessels. Pollution, smoking, lack of hydration, creams that are not adapted to the skin type, stress, etc., the causes of dull complexion are numerous.
They are caused by a darker variation in skin colour under the eye. Different shades are possible: brown, bluish or purplish. Dark circles are constitutional or can be caused by fatigue, smoking, etc. The accentuate the tired look.
Greasy and acne-prone skin
A greasy skin is characterised by an excessive production of sebum. Dead skin cells, bacteria and dirt accumulate more easily and clog the pores, leading to the formation of black dots (blackheads) and pimples.
After years of acne, it is not uncommon for the face to show light scars that give the skin an irregular texture.
They are due to exposure to the sun and UV rays in general. They are melanin deposits located in the thickness of the skin. Pregnancy masks (melasma) are also very common. This is a brown pigmentation of the face that sometimes occurs after pregnancy or after taking an oral contraceptive.
The signs of skin ageing
The ageing of the skin manifests itself by the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and the loss of firmness of the skin.
Prior preparation of the skin is necessary and specific local care will be applied on the treated skin for 1 to 2 weeks. A peeling is generally performed in autumn or winter, as early sun exposure is not allowed after the treatment. The peeling is performed in our practice, has no impact on social life and does not require anaesthesia.