Chemical Peels

Chemical peels act to remove dead surface layers of the skin through the means of chemical agents (generally acids), simultaneously stimulating the regeneration of younger cells. Depth of the effect or how many layers of skin cells are removed can be precisely controlled through the chemical composition of the peel as well as the technique of application. Today a chemical peel is a routine cosmetic procedure that has existed for many years and always remained in high demand, which contributed to the continual improvement of the technique. Primary causes of such popularity are the relatively low costs of chemical peels and their effectiveness. Unlike physical or mechanical peels, they are easy to perform and do not require costly equipment, yielding results that can be truly impressive!

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Chemical Peels from MedicControlPeel

Chemical Peels from MedicControlPeel

MedicControlPeel is a brand with a legacy of scientific advances in the field of cosmetology. Initially focused on delivering the most effective chemical peels only to the professionals in the field (cosmetology clinics and beauty salons), over time MedicControlPeel has expanded its assortment of products to include lines for pre-peel and post-peel periods, as well as an everyday skin care line for private consumers. MedicControlPeel chemical peels are available exclusively for professional use.

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Skin Care from MedicControlPeel

Skin Care from MedicControlPeel

Skin care line from MedicControlPeel is designed to be used at home, as well as in a salon, and contains many of the same chemical agents that are in professional chemical peels, but in much lower, safe concentrations. MedicControlPeel skin care line can be used to prepare the skin for a chemical peel treatment, as well as for routine skin care at home.

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MCPeel (Phenol Peel)

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Phenol-based chemical peels have existed for a long time and generally commanded a high popularity throughout their lifetime – they could even be considered the “gold standard” of chemical peels. However, in contemporary aesthetic medicine, new methods are primarily valued by their safety and innovations or efficacy are secondary. This is exactly why the evolution of phenol-based peels has been heading in the direction of reducing the toxicity while maintaining the effectiveness of the treatment. MCPeel, with phenol content of 25% and 35%, has passed all relevant medical tests in Russia and has shown exemplary clinical results.

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