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A chemical peel is a skin treatment that can visibly improve treated tissue structure using caustic solutions. They help accelerate the natural exfoliation process of the skin and cause protein coagulation or lysis of epidermal and dermal cells. The effect of any peel reaches the dermis, directly or indirectly and to varying depths, where this process of regeneration is induced to a greater or lesser degree depending on the molecule or molecules used as well as the application procedure. Chemical peels are amongst the oldest form of skin rejuvenation procedures, and they are flexible and effective, with a histological, chemical, toxicological and clinical basis. Seeped in ancient history, they have evolved rapidly and can be easily adapted to almost any circumstances within the limits of their indications. Chemical peels, to varying degrees, cause the same types of histological changes, whose clinical results lead to a more or less rejuvenating effect on the skin. Due to the varying factors that come into play, it can be challenging to categorise peels into a rigid and straightforward classification of ‘Superficial’, ‘Medium’ or’ Deep’.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Health & safety
  • Salon hygiene, health & safety
  • Professional ethics
  • Insurance
  • What are chemical peels
  • Skin ageing
  • Free radicals
  • Fitzpatrick skin types
  • Glycolic Acid
  • Lactic Acid
  • Tartaric Peel
  • Malic Acid
  • Phytic Peel
  • Mandelic Peel
  • Enzyme Peels
  • Salicylic Peel
  • PHA Peel
  • Azelan Peel
  • TCA Peels
  • Jessner Peel
  • Contra-actions
  • Contra-indications
  • Treatment protocols

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