Mesopeels

A chemical peel is a dermo-cosmetic procedure that consists of chemoexfoliation agents that are used to act on different layers of the skin. The peeling action causes the elimination of the external layers of the skin with the objective of stimulating collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycan production, thus enhancing its physiological and mechanical characteristics.

High transdermal penetration capacity - for all skin types.
High-tolerance peel, skin moisterising effect - sensitive, dry, fine and/or dull skin types.
Gentle, progressive penetration - thick, greasy, seborrhoeic skins and/or with dyschromia.
Self-neutralising peel, progressive penetration - skin ageing.
Depigmenting effect - dyschromia, hyperpigmentation and photoaging.
Self-neutralising, depigmenting peel for local use - melanic spots, lentigos, hyperpigmentation.
Anti-fungal and comedolytic properties - all phases of acne.
Broad spectrum peel - dark spots, irregular skin tone, ageing.
Antiageing wipe peel - dull skin with a loss of skin density.
Great depth of action up to the papillary dermis - moderate-severe ageing.
Medium to deep self-neutralising peel - moderate to severe ageing, acne scars.
Medical peels

Mesopeels At A Glance

Soft - Medium Peels

Best Results
6 - 8

Duration of Results
Monthly / Bi-monthly

Treatment Recovery
1 - 3 days

Risk & Complications
Low

Aneasthetic
None

Procedure Time
30 mins

Skin Specialist
Registered Nurse / Therapist

Back to Work
Same day

Deep Peels

Best Results
3 - 6

Duration of Results
8 - 12 Months

Treatment Recovery
1 - 7 days

Risk & Complications
Medium

Aneasthetic
None

Procedure Time
30 - 45 mins

Skin Specialist
Doctor / Registered Nurse

Back to Work
Same / Next day