Aesthetic Medicine



It is a word that derives from the English language and commonly means to peel or peel. Its action consists of producing an exfoliation in the most superficial layer of the skin of any area to maintain its vitality and beautifying and rejuvenating the skin.


For a better understanding, the Peeling is a controlled and limited removal in the surface layers of the skin of the face, neck, chest, and hands, to enhance certain types of disturbances and imperfections thereof, generally by applying a chemical agent, typically an acid, which accelerates cell transit to perform a renewal of the most superficial layer of that skin, resulting in the improvement of its aesthetic characteristics. For the procedure, classic formulas of a single agent or the combination of several chemical agents are available to take advantage of their various mechanisms of action.

The Peeling induces the rejuvenation of the most superficial layers of the skin of the face, neck, neckline, and hands, making its fibers numerous and better oriented; increasing the vascularization of the dermal layer (blood that nourishes the middle layer of the skin) decreasing folds or wrinkles at various depths of the skin, also fading the scars caused by acne.


The depigmenting substances will be applied for a reduction and/or elimination of hyperpigmentation or spots, which will allow us to achieve uniformity in the skin tone, as well as the reduction of sun lesions and some other spots, and not least, Peeling can help prevent the formation of malignant lesions on the skin, that is to say, skin cancer.

The application of these acids causes aesthetic effects on the skin, even noticeable to the touch since the skin will be firmer and more elastic, pink, and smooth, with the evident decrease in the depth of wrinkles and scars. To the eye, it will look revitalized, radiant, homogeneous, clean, illuminated, and not greasy.

The depigmenting agents induce and improve the epidermal thickness by compacting the superficial layer of the skin, consequently increasing the production of collagen and elastin, thereby obtaining the firming of the treated skin.

Medical Peeling is a dermatological procedure that should only be applied by highly experienced professionals.

Frequently prescribed for:

  • Stains.
  • Sun damage.
  • Skin rejuvenation.
  • Treatment of acne or oily skin.
  • Rosacea.

Side Effects

  • Reddening of the skin.
  • Burning sensation
  • Transitory hyperpigmentation or darkening.
  • Transient peeling of the skin.

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