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CHEMICAL PEELS
Younger Looking Skin
CHEMICAL PEELS

One of the most popular treatments for skin rejuvenation, a chemical peel, also known as chemexfoliation or dermapeeling, uses a chemical solution to improve the appearance and texture of the skin. The application by Dr Margarita Vergolia, ensures the utmost safety in the chemical composition chosen depending on the skin type, tone and the problem to be treated. The treatment removes the damaged outermost layer of the skin, where micro-doses of cytokines are employed in the rejuvenation treatment, enhancing the natural processes of regeneration and the production of collagen and elastin. New skin cells emerge allowing dull complexion to disappear, open and closed pores are improved and oiliness of the skin is regulated. The procedure is highly effective for the treatment of acne scars, wrinkles and fine lines, as well as freckles and discoloration. The treatment can also be performed on the neck, décolleté, back and hands. Results are immediately visible revealing more youthful skin.

TREATMENT PROCEDURE
peelings

At MSH Clinic we use the most specialized, latest generation chemical peels selected by Dr Margarita Vergolia, to allow a personalized and carefully chosen treatment plan for your skin designed just for you. Dr Vergolia will determine the depth of your peel, depending upon the condition of your skin and the objectives of treatment. Wrinkles and discoloration are treated with TCA Peels (Trichloroacetic Acid), while for more severe cases such as persistent melasma and freckles, Mela Advanced Forte Peel offers effective and excellent results. AHA Peels (fruit acids) provide radiance, freshness and skin renewal and a Retinol Peel is ideal for regulating oiliness, as well as smoothing wrinkles and fine lines. Our wide range of chemical peels at MSH Clinic enables the possibility of choosing from a variety of appropriate treatments for each skin type at all times of the year without restriction.

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