Chemical Peeling

NeoStrata Skin Revitalization System, Purposes of Use

  • Diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and lines,
  • Helping to lighten dark spots (hyperpigmentation) caused by various factors such as sun exposure, aging, pregnancy, and restoring the skin to its normal color,
  • Improving rough, dry, and large-pored skin texture,
  • Assisting in the treatment of mild to moderate acne,
  • Reducing the appearance of acne scars,
  • Treating keratoses,
  • Extending and enhancing the effects of line-reducing injections (such as hyaluronic acid, botulinum toxin),
  • Increasing the effectiveness of treatments by combining with procedures like laser and dermabrasion, providing effective results in a wide range of areas. It is an easy, safe, and modern system.

After this method, the skin becomes more flexible, smooth, and radiant. To sustain the positive effects in daily skincare, it is recommended to choose daily care products suitable for different skin types.

NeoStrata Skin Revitalization System is a system that is applied by healthcare professionals and includes not only peeling sessions performed by the physician in the clinic but also products such as creams and lotions to be used in daily life depending on the skin problem.

What is Glycolic Acid Peel? Glycolic acid peeling is a special method for skin revitalization. With this method, the damaged upper layer of the skin, composed of dead cells, is renewed using glycolic acid at high concentrations and low pH levels. The reconstruction of the underlying skin promotes a healthy, firm, and plump complexion.

Can the Glycolic Acid Peeling System be applied to everyone? Whether the NeoStrata Glycolic Acid Peeling System is suitable for an individual is a decision made after the evaluation by a physician. Although it is generally a safe system that can be used on all skin types, paying attention to the following points will benefit the success of the application:

The following conditions can accelerate the skin’s reaction to peeling: Topical retinoids, sensitive skin, shaving and depilation procedures, scrubs, masks, recent peeling and microdermabrasion procedures, laser treatments.

If any of the following conditions exist, certain precautions may be recommended before the application: Allergies, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, immune system disorders, viral diseases (including cold sores), and sun sensitivity.

Additionally, if the following conditions exist, the peeling procedure may be postponed: Active cold sores, cracks and open wounds, recent surgical procedures (wound healing), recent peeling or dermabrasion, recent radiation therapy, severe sunburn, excessive scar formation, recent use of strong skin-renewing agents (such as tretinoin), and isotretinoin use. Peeling procedures can be performed 6 months after the completion of isotretinoin treatment.