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Peeling is an exfoliating agent that aims to cause the skin to peel. The procedure uses chemical substances or instruments to carry out an abrasive process, that is, wear the skin, removing its dead cells. These layers regenerate and are given a new appearance due to the new cells that have been stimulated to reproduce.

Peelings are classified into four groups according to the level of depth. They are capable of causing reactions ranging from slight desquamation to dermis necrosis with skin removal in different degrees. There are peelings: very superficial, superficial, medium and deep.

Professionals in the aesthetic area can use the most superficial peelings, which also offer excellent results, but are indicated for the more cautious, who want to improve the skin without aggression.



  • Minimizes blemishes;

  • Smooths expression lines and crow's feet;

  • Improves oiliness, exposed pores and acne scars.


  • Before undergoing a peeling, follow the guidelines of the professional you trust. Use the indicated products and avoid exposure to the sun.

  after treatment

  • A burning, pinching sensation and heat are common in the treated area, cold compresses or saline solution may help.

  • After 24 or 48 hours, the skin may flake off. The peeling will often not be uniform. The scales must not be removed.

  • Sun protection is essential for a better treatment result.

  • Any questions you may have regarding the treatment, consult your trusted professional.

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