Treatments

PEELING

PRINCIPLE                                                                                                     Imprimer le consentement
There are various peeling agents on the market, including phenol combinations as well as glycolic and other fruit and trichloric acids.

INDICATIONS
Sun damaged skin with fine wrinkles, shallow acne scars and mild hyperpigmentation.

COUNTER INDICATIONS
Pigmented skin.
Herpes prone patients need prophylactic treatment.

PROCEDURE
The agent is applied with a brush, swab or cotton tips.
  Operation time   several minutes.
  Anesthesia          rarely necessary.
  Scars                   none.

POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS, UNDESIRABLE RESULTS
If deep action is required, depigmentation of the treated zones cannot be avoided.
In many types of skin a reversible hyperpigmentation occurs.

POSTOPERATIVE CARE
During the first week, the oozing wound needs frequent changing of the medication. Creams are applied.
The initial redness turns into pink and disappears slowly after 3 months. During this recovery period, Total sun block is compulsory.