Exposure of the skin to nature’s elements, to changes in weather and to sunlight, may cause the skin to lose its vitality over the years. The result is obvious: a tired-looking, dry, wrinkled skin, covered in discoloration spots and exhibiting visible blood vessels. The peeling treatment works to create a new layer of cells by
peeling the upper and damaged layers of the skin on the face and removing the damaged and dead skin cells.
Who should undergo facial peeling?
The treatment is targeted at every person whose skin has started the aging process, in most cases, those who are 30 years old and older. In women this process may start at even an earlier age due to various factors such as hormonal changes.
Additional factors which may cause skin damage
Hormonal changes, exposure to direct sunlight, extreme weight loss and weight gain, medications, mental stress, inter alia.
Areas of treatment
The treatment areas include facial skin, back of the hand and hand skin, neck and decolletage.
The peeling treatment methods change according to the depth of the desired peeling – deep, medium or superficial, and include laser treatments, Intense Pulsed Light Treatment and the use of chemical agents.
In the course of the peeling treatment a superficial burn is created. This is an essential part of the treatment, geared at removing the damaged layers of the facial skin and stimulating the cells to create a new, healthy and beautiful skin. A burn may cause excessive pigmentation for a period of a few weeks and sometimes a
few months, in rare instances it may remain long-term.