Summer peeling is a highly recommended medical aesthetic treatment for the skin.
It is a treatment that removes dead skin cells and promotes skin cell regeneration.
This treatment can be especially beneficial before sun exposure, as it helps promote healthy, new skin. It also helps reduce fine wrinkles, even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of dark spots and acne scars.
Exfoliating peeling: how does it work?
Just like the facial biostimulation process, the peeling treatment in summer allows the production of collagen and elastin to be stimulated.
These substances enable the skin to achieve, and maintain, a healthy and elastic appearance.
Exfoliating peeling involves applying a chemical mixture of gentle acids to the skin to eliminate cells that are no longer viable.
The treatment has a short duration of only a few minutes. After applying the solution and leaving it to work, it is removed and the skin is treated with moisturising and protective creams.
After the treatment, some redness or peeling may appear in the following days. These side effects are short-lived and the skin recovers naturally within a few days.
Finally, for the first 24-48 hours after treatment, it is important to avoid exposure of the treated area to the sun and to apply a protective cream.
Peeling in summer: why?
A peeling treatment in summer, or before, is an excellent option to prepare the skin for sun exposure. It can help reduce UV damage to the skin, making the skin brighter, softer and more even.
It helps reduce fine wrinkles, even out skin tone and improve the appearance of dark spots and acne scars. It is a treatment that can promote fresh, youthful skin before the summer season.
It is important to consult with an experienced aesthetic doctor to assess your situation and determine the type of exfoliating peel best suited to your needs.
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