What are medical peels?
Medical chemical peeling consist of applying an acidic substance to the skin in order to provoke a controlled destruction of the epidermis and even the superficial layers of the dermis.
This destruction favors cell regeneration and stimulates the production of elastic fibers and collagen.
Superficial peel with fruit acids
This peel removes the superficial layers of the skin enabled by a mixture of fruit acids.
Indications: dull complexion, dilated pores, prevention of skin aging.
Medium to deep peeling with TCA from 15 to 30%.
This peel removes the middle to deep layers of the skin though an adapted concentration of trichloroacetic acid.
Indications: wrinkles, acne scars, stretch marks, sun spots.
What are the consequences of a medical peel?
On the day of the peel and the day after, the skin shows a slight redness.
Between D2-J10, depending on the depth of the peel, the skin becomes dry and flaky. A soothing and moisturizing cream can be applied.
Make-up can be applied immediately after the session.
After the treatment, exposure to the sun is not recommended for 15 days. Sunscreen is necessary if you are exposed to the sun during this period. Your Maison Tóā is at your disposal for a first consultation in Lausanne!
Renew your skin
Fruit acids & TCA
250.- per session
Package of 3 sessions: 700.-
Refined skin texture – unified complexion