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What is a Chemical Peel?
A chemical peel refers to the process of removing the outer layer of skin. This is done through an exfoliation process to improve both the appearance and condition of the skin. A chemical peel removes dead or damaged cells from the surface of the skin, exposing a new layer that results in a brighter, even complexion. Additionally, this treatment stimulates the growth of new cells that aid in plumping the skin, improving texture and tightening the surface.
Laboratoire Dr. Renaud Chemical Peels
Timeless Peel with Peptides
The peptides used in this treatment aid in reversing or reducing many common signs of ageing, including photo-ageing, loose skin, fine lines, wrinkles, and dull complexion. This process also helps to improve skin hydration while active exfoliating enzymes renew the skin slowly giving radiant results.
Radiance Peel with Peptides
This treatment utilizes peptides to increase the skin’s radiance, reduce pigmentation, tighten saggy skin, improve skin moisture and heal any damage caused by excessive ultraviolet radiation. This process is designed to restore the skin’s natural pH gradient while the active exfoliating enzymes renew the skin gradually.
Clear Up Peel with Vegetal Extracts
This particular treatment focuses on skin impurities, acne, blackheads, oily skin, open pores, folliculitis and seborrheic dermatitis.
After you’ve had an LDR chemical peel, you’ll need to refrain from touching the treated area or applying makeup for the next 24 hours. You’ll also need to avoid using aggressive, epidermal cleanser during that time. Don’t wax the surface, apply more chemical peels or expose your skin to direct sunlight until you’ve healed completely.
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