Superficial chemical peel


Superficial Chemical Peel - Professional peel by Dermaceutic

The superficial peel is one of the most experienced types of professional peels. It is a gentle, non-invasive treatment that regenerates your skin and gives you a radiant complexion. Take care of your skin: trust Dermaceutic, the leader in professional peels in France.

What is a superficial peel?

Like other peels, a superficial peel is a type of beauty treatment that aims to repair and beautify the skin. In concrete terms, the superficial peel works by applying a chemical agent to a part of the skin, for example the face. Unlike a deep peel, this peel only acts on the surface of the skin, i.e. the epidermis.

This treatment targets and destroys certain structures of the skin to provoke its regeneration. The targeted layer is then renewed and becomes more elastic and rid of all skin impurities. It is a skin care that can treat many imperfections, such as actinic keratosis, acne, fine lines or scaling.

The benefits of a superficial chemical peel

A surface peel is a very effective way to restore healthy, rejuvenated skin. Like other forms of peeling, it acts directly on the skin to give it back its original radiance. Thus, it is used in the treatment of many skin imperfections.

A soft peel to purify the skin

If you have oily or acne-prone skin, it is important to use appropriate skin care products regularly. In this case, a skin peel is a great ally, since it purifies the skin through its localized action. A superficial peel gets rid of dead skin, prevents excess sebum, tightens dilated pores and brightens up dull skin.

Revitalize your skin with a superficial peel

The superficial peel is effective for all types of light skin imperfections. Its exfoliating action and the TCA it contains act directly on the various lesions that the skin can experience. For example, it is effective in the prevention or treatment of brown spots caused by sun exposure (solar lentigo), superficial pigmentary lesions or keratosis pilaris.

Superficial peeling - Keratosis pilaris

Keratosis pilaris is a benign dermatosis that is similar to goose bumps. Small spots or bumps appear on the surface of the skin due to an excessive production of keratin from the hair follicles. Keratosis pilaris can be treated with a superficial peel by applying a chemical agent to the affected area.

The ingredients of the soft peel

If the Dermaceutic laboratory is recognized as the French leader in peels, it is because of the quality of its products. Our dermatologists have developed professional superficial peels by selecting the most effective chemical agents so that you can obtain fast and convincing results.

That's why our superficial peels contain different ingredients, depending on their use and the depth of their application:

  • Glycolic acid, which stimulates cell regeneration and skin purification.

  • Salicylic acid, which has a keratolytic effect (destroys keratin).

  • Bentonite, a clay known for its purification and toxin absorption capacities.

  • But also vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, allantoin and many other carefully studied ingredients.

To conclude

A superficial peel is a cosmetic procedure that improves the quality of the skin by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, stretch marks, pigment spots and other imperfections. It is a treatment that acts as an exfoliator by removing dead skin cells, which promotes the production of softer, smoother, more beautiful new skin. Dermaceutic offers a wide range of cosmetics and gentle peels to care for your skin without harming it.

Depending on the type of pigmentary imperfection to be treated, you can choose from several superficial peels. Each product has a specific application, so consult a professional dermatologist before starting a cosmeceutical treatment of the epidermis.

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