FACIAL THERAPY

CHEMICAL PEELING

A. CLASSIFICATION OF MESOESTHETIC PEELS
Alpha & Beta Hydroxyacids
Combination Peels
Trichloroacetic acid peels
B. FACTORS MODIFYING DEPTH OF PEELS
Peeling Agent
Availability of free Acid
Duration of contract
Method of priming the patiant
Characteristics of patiant's skin
 
 
 

C. ADVANTAGES OF PEELING
Advantages of peeling
D. INDICATIONS
Based on Skin condition
Based on Aesthetic concern
E. CONTRAINDICATIONS
Contraindications
F. PROCEDURE DETAILS
Procedure Details

COMBINATION PEELING

Combination peeling is having two or more ingredients combined together to give better result without much side effects.They are used based on aesthetic needs.

The combination peels are,

  • Mesopeel Azelan
  • Mesopeel Modified Jessner
  • Mesopeel Melanostop
  • Mesopeel Piruvex
MESOPEEL AZELAN

Contains Azelaic acid 20% and Salicylic acid 20%.

Azelaic acid
Salicylic acid
MESOPEEL MELANOSTOP

Contains Azelaic acid 20%, Resorcinol 10% and Phytic acid 6%.

Azelaic
Resorcinol
Phytic acid
 
 
 

MODIFIED JESSNER

Contains Salicylic acid 14%, Lactic acid 14% and Citric acid 8%.

Salicylic acid
Lactic acid
Citric acid
MESOPEEL PIRUVEX

Contains Pyruvic acid 40% and Lactic acid 10%.

Pyruvic acid
Lactic acid
 
 
 
 
 

OXY PEELING

Oxypeel is done using a machine which compresses oxygen from atmosphere and combines with normal saline attached to the machine. The compressed oxygen along with the water (normal saline) is forcibly pumped into the skin surface. It is a new technique which is done prior to chemical peels which is more effective than chemical peel alone.