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Chemical Peeling

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Chemical peeling

We offer an effective chemical peeling treatment with Med Beauty products.
The special treatment cure with the fruit acids of Med Beauty is perfectly suitable for the treatment of non-inflammatory forms of acne for the flattening of acne scars and acne spots, of impure, dry and sensitive skin as well as large-pored or coarse-grained skin structure.

We will be happy to advise you in detail.


from 165.– CHF

Chemical peels are particularly effective for:

With age, the skin’s cell renewal rate decreases and skin flakes are no longer effectively exfoliated. As a result, the skin appears dull, dry and covered with scales.
In addition, as part of the normal aging process, the skin loses elasticity and small wrinkles form that deepen over time. This process is accelerated by lifestyle habits such as frequent exposure to the sun, smoking, alcohol, stress or poor diet.
The topmost adhesive layer, the epidermis, is composed of several cell layers. From the lowest layer, new skin cells are constantly forming. They migrate to the skin surface and are shed in the form of horny scales.
With age and due to environmental influences (e.g. UV radiation), these processes become congested and the skin changes.
In addition to the epidermis, the underlying dermis thins. The subcutaneous tissue also becomes increasingly flaccid. This, together with the decrease in skin tension, leads to wrinkling and sagging of the skin. Depending on skin type and lifestyle habits, the horny layer can become thicker with age.
At the same time, there are changes in the genetic material in the skin cells. A disturbed and altered cornification of the skin (“solar keratosis”) is the result.

What is the mode of action of chemical peeling?

Superficial peeling works primarily in the superficial layers of the skin. The horny cells peel off faster and the skin cells underneath are stimulated to regenerate. The following skin problems can be treated:

  • cornification disorders
  • Impure skin, enlarged pores, skin shine
  • Dry, flaky and rough skin
  • Pigmentation disorders such as age spots and pigmentation changes caused by pregnancy or pill use UV radiation and harmful environmental influences
  • Acne and skin irritations
  • Wrinkling
  • Dull, dry looking, sallow skin texture

After the treatment, the skin surface looks healthier and fresher, light-induced skin wrinkles are flattened, the skin becomes firmer and smoother.
Active ingredients with keratoplastic effects are used to remove the top layers of the stratum corneum. The superficial epidermal peels do not restrict either professional or private life and therefore belong to the non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedures.
The removal of the top layers of the skin is called exfoliation, which is often colloquially equated with peeling. Chemical ablation of the upper layers of the stratum corneum improves various aspects of the skin. As a result, the skin appears visibly smoothed, cleansed, fresher younger.

When should chemical peeling be avoided

  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • Dark skin types (Fitzpatrick 4-5)
  • Taking light-sensitizing medications (isotretinoin, antibiotics)
  • Skin infections, herpes
  • Open wounds
  • Allergies to ingredients