Overview

A chemical peel is a cosmetic skin procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to peel the damaged outer layers and stimulate the growth of new skin that is more youthful, brighter, and smoother. Considering the level of penetration, there are three types of chemical peels; light, mild, and deep. The durability of the results depends on the type of peel, among which deep peel is almost permanent but is quite rare. A light peel is the most common one and usually, 3 to 6 treatment sessions with 1-2 months intervals are needed for best results. Results last 1-2 months in the beginning but may last up to 6 months after repeated sessions.

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before & after photo of chemical-peel
Sherif Wakil
Dr. Sherif Wakil
United Kingdom, London
before & after photo of chemical-peel
Sherif Wakil
Dr. Sherif Wakil
United Kingdom, London
before & after photo of chemical-peel
Sherif Wakil
Dr. Sherif Wakil
United Kingdom, London
before & after photo of chemical-peel
Alexandre Marchac
Dr. Alexandre Marchac
France, Paris
Giulio Basoccu

Dr. Giulio Basoccu

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon
Roma, Italy
25 years of experience
Languages: Italian, English

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Tommaso Savoia

Dr. Tommaso Savoia

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon
Milan, Italy
19 years of experience
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Cedric Kron

Dr. Cedric Kron

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon
Paris, France
18 years of experience
Languages: English, French

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Alexandre Marchac

Dr. Alexandre Marchac

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon
Paris, France
14 years of experience
Languages: English, French

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Sherif Wakil

Dr. Sherif Wakil

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon
London, United Kingdom
24 years of experience
Languages: English

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Y. Ilker Manavbasi

Dr. Y. Ilker Manavbasi

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon
Istanbul, Turkey
23 years of experience
Languages: English, Turkish

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