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Chemical peeling is a treatment consisting in applying one or more chemicals for the purpose of controlled skin peeling. It is a method of stimulating and nourishing of the skin. There are three types of peels: deep, medium and superficial.

Deep peeling is the most invasive method consisting in applying strong acids that permeate the epidermis and act on the dermis layer. This type of peeling allows you to reduce scars, wrinkles, remove hyperpigmentation and improve skin tone. 

Medium peeling is a less invasive procedure, it differs from deep peeling in terms of the substances used and the depth of action. It works on the epidermis and dermis of the skin, which allows you to improve skin texture, reduce wrinkles and scars. 

Superficial peeling is the mildest method consisting in exfoliation of the epidermis only. This treatment allows you to eliminate minor wrinkles, acne and hyperpigmentation, as well as improve skin tone. 


  • Minor wrinkles
  • Skin hyperpigmentation
  • Scarring
  • Grey, matt skin
  • Skin aging caused by exposure to sunlight (hyperpigmentation, roughness, reduced elasticity)
  • Acne scars
  • Comedoes 
  • Normalization of sebaceous glands


  • Pregnancy 
  • Breast-feeding
  • Tendency to scarring
  • Skin diseases such as psoriasis or eczema
  • Tanning or using self-tanners before the treatment
  • Use of antibiotics or other drugs affecting the skin
  • Inflammation, bacterial and viral infections
  • Hypersensitivity or allergy to product ingredients


The frequency of chemical peeling depends on the type of treatment and individual needs and reactions of the patient’s skin.
Superficial peeling may be performed every 4-6 weeks.
Medium and deep peelings should be performed less frequently, every 6-12 months.
The final number of treatments and their frequency is determined during an individual consultation taking into account the patient’s needs and expectations. 


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Chemical peeling
350 PLN
*Final prices may vary depending on the scope of the service.


Yes, chemical peeling treatment can cause skin exfoliation. Depending on the type of peeling, the chemicals used and the depth of action, it can be a gentle exfoliation or more intense flaky skin effect. 

Individual sensations during the treatment may vary due to different pain thresholds in each patient.
The chemical peeling treatment may cause some discomfort and burning on the skin during its application.

After the treatment, redness of the skin and slight pain may occur, but it is usually short-term. If you are undergoing more invasive treatments such as deep peeling, you may experience more redness, swelling and pain, which usually disappear within a few days after the treatment.

Chemical peeling treatment is most often performed in autumn and winter, when sunlight is weaker, and the skin is not so much exposed to UV rays.
Keep in mind that some chemicals may increase skin sensitivity to sunlight. Therefore, it is recommended to avoid chemical peelings in the period of increased sunlight, i.e. spring and summer, as well as to use strong sunscreen for several weeks after the treatment. 

Chemical peeling treatment can be performed depending on the type of peeling and its depth in various periods of time. Superficial peeling, usually the mildest one, may be repeated every 4-6 weeks, while deeper peelings such as medium and deep peeling, should be performed every few months or once a year. The frequency of peeling depends on the patient’s individual needs and skin condition and should be consulted by a specialist. 

After the chemical peeling treatment, it is important to maintain proper skin care in accordance with the recommendations of a specialist. For about one month after the treatment, avoid sun exposure and use a cream with a strong SPF filter. Resign from the sauna or swimming pool for a few days after the treatment. In order to relieve redness and burning, moisturizing and cooling creams may be applied.