The skin is prepared using three weeks before the peeling a cream based on glycolic acid.
The previous three weeks the peeling should not make masks in clay, scrubs or undergo aggressive techniques like laser hair removal.
Do not use self-tanning agents, additional exfoliating agents (including fruit acid creams), essential oils, or any other cream without medical advice.
The day of the peeling it is necessary to come to the cleansed cabinet (even the eyes must not be made up), without earrings, without contact lenses, without having applied cream on the face the same day.
The men will shave the night before.
Local anesthesia is performed.
Often this peeling is done in the clinic or in the office in the presence of an anesthesiologist or cardiologist because it requires cardiac monitoring.The area to be treated is disinfected and the peeling begins.
An occlusive mask is applied at the end of the session.
Antibiotics and aciclovir are prescribed.
The next day the patient is seen in the office, the mask removed and a yellowish powder (under Bismuth gallate) regenerating is applied and will be kept until the 7th day when I will remove it personally.
You should not apply any products to the skin without telling the doctor who conducted the peel.
– Don’t peel the dead skin.
– Avoid grimacing or other extreme facial expressions. The lip and eye areas are the most delicate. They tend to slough off too quickly without normal healing.
– Don’t scratch, rub, or peel the skin which is sloughing off. You risk creating terrible scars.
– Avoid sweating/ heavily exercising for two weeks and do not use the sauna or hammam/steam bath. Take showers and avoid baths which prolong the skin’s exposure to steam.
– Avoid letting shampoo run on to the treated areas for a month. Avoid sleeping on the treated area.
– Avoid all exposure to the sun for three months. Use a total sun block for three months.