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Body peeling treatment in Marbella

Body peeling is a treatment aimed at providing softness, freshness and cleanliness to the skin through a deep exfoliation, eliminating dead cells accumulated in the upper layer of the epidermis.

The peeling prepares the surface of the skin to apply active ingredients and facilitate their absorption, in addition to providing a much cleaner, smoother and more uniform appearance.

Body peeling provides innumerable benefits:

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Body peeling can treat a variety of skin problems, including:

  1. Rough and dry skin: Peeling can exfoliate dead skin cells, leaving it softer and revitalized.

  2. Hyperpigmentation: May help reduce dark spots and improve skin tone uniformity.

  3. Mild scars: By removing the superficial layers of the skin, peeling can improve the appearance of mild scars.

  4. Acne and pimples: Can unclog clogged pores and reduce the appearance of blemishes.

  5. Irregular skin texture: Helps improve the texture and overall appearance of the skin, leaving it smoother.

  6. Dull and dull skin: Peeling can stimulate cell renewal and give the skin a more radiant appearance.

  7. Signs of aging: Can reduce fine lines and surface wrinkles, improving the appearance of aging skin.

It is important to choose the right type of peel for your specific skin type and concerns. A skin professional can advise you on the most appropriate body peel for you.

During a body peeling treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin of the body to exfoliate and renew the superficial layers. The process generally involves the following steps:

  1. Skin preparation: The skin is cleansed to remove any dirt, oil and cosmetic products.

  2. Application of the solution: The chemical solution is applied on the skin in specific areas or on the whole body, depending on your needs and preferences.

  3. Time of action: The solution is left on the skin for a specified period. Duration may vary according to the type of peel and the professional's recommendations.

  4. Neutralization or rinsing: In some cases, the chemical solution is neutralized or rinsed with water to stop the peeling action.

  5. Moisturizing and protection: After the peel, a moisturizing and protective cream is applied to soothe the skin and minimize irritation.

The type of chemical solution and the intensity of the peel may vary according to your needs and skin type. It is important to follow the professional's instructions and avoid excessive sun exposure after treatment to protect the newly treated skin.

A body peeling treatment on average can last about 30 minutes to 1 hour. However, the exact duration may vary depending on the type of peel used, the area of the body being treated and the specific needs of the patient. Some more superficial peels may be faster, while deeper peels may require more time. It is important to consult with a professional to get a more accurate estimate of the time needed for your body peeling treatment.

The recommended frequency of body peeling sessions may vary according to the type of peel and the individual needs of the skin. In general, for superficial peels, sessions are recommended every 2-4 weeks. For deeper peels, it can be spaced 6 to 8 weeks or even longer, as they require a longer recovery time. It is important to follow your skin care professional's guidelines and recommendations to determine the appropriate frequency for your skin type and the type of peel you are considering.

No, it is a very pleasant and painless treatment, the procedure is very pleasant since it is performed with a manual friction as a massage.

Yes, some special preparation is usually required before undergoing a body peel. Some common recommendations may include:

  1. Avoid sun exposure: It is advisable to avoid excessive sun exposure and tanning before peeling, as tanned skin may react more intensely to the treatment.

  2. Discontinue certain products: You may be asked to stop using exfoliating products, retinoids or other chemical treatments on the skin prior to the peel.

  3. Moisturize: Keep your skin well hydrated before treatment to help prepare it.

  4. Inform the practitioner: Report any medical conditions, allergies or products you are using so that the practitioner can tailor the treatment to your needs.

  5. Do not shave before: Avoid shaving or waxing the area to be treated just before the peel, as the skin may be more sensitive.

  6. Medical consultation: If you have any medical conditions or are taking medication, it is advisable to consult with a health professional before undergoing peeling.

Specific instructions may vary depending on the type of peel and the professional performing the peel. It is important to follow the indications provided to obtain the best results and minimize the risk of side effects.

No, body peeling is not suitable for all skin types. Some skin types, especially those more sensitive or prone to irritation, may not be ideal candidates for certain types of more intense peels. It is important to consult with a skin care professional to determine if a body peel is appropriate for your skin type and individual needs. The professional will be able to recommend the appropriate type of peel and intensity to obtain the best results and avoid possible side effects.

The time required to see visible results after a body peel can vary depending on the type of peel and the intensity of the treatment. In general, for more superficial peels, such as mild chemical peels, you may begin to notice smoother, more radiant skin after a week or two. For deeper peels, results may take longer to be evident, often about 2 to 3 weeks. It is important to keep in mind that results may continue to improve over time as the skin renews and regenerates. Your skin care professional will be able to give you a more precise idea of when to expect to see results after your specific treatment.

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