Exfoliation is possible at any age and corrects signs of aging and pigment spots. Skin peelings also help in the fight against pimples and blemishes.

  • We are getting a younger appearance
  • Smoothing the skin structure
  • Elimination of pathological cornification
  • Bleaching pigment spots
  • Improving acne
  • Reduction of large pores
  • Flattening of small superficial scars

Various medical and natural acids are applied to the skin depending on the requirements. The medical treatment promotes the exfoliation process of the dead top skin cells. The underlying, healthy skin cell layer becomes denser and firmer.

I only use peelings as part of a skincare program. The pre- and post-treatment is extremely important for the result and determines the long-term effectiveness of the therapeutic measures.

Dr. Sylvia Holle-Robatsch, specialist in Dermatology and Angiology

A regular “light” fruit acid peeling corresponds to oral hygiene at the dentist. It maintains a healthy appearance and refreshes the complexion. It also ensures the skin is checked by the doctor, who can act in good time if there are any abnormalities.

An overview of the different types of peeling

Mild fruit acid peeling (lunch peel)

Especially for people over the age of thirty-five, consistent mild glycol peels achieve a significant improvement in the first signs of aging and pigment shifts. Healthy, resistant cells are attracted to the surface of the skin, take on the protective function and are thus better able to counter external harmful influences. Peel variants include MICRO PEEL (30%, 50% glycolic acid), 70% glycol gel, and Kombi Peel with glycolic and salicylic acids.

Bleaching peel (Jessner Peel)

This is a good peeling option to combat pigment spots on the face. Flat brown spots on the forehead, cheeks or around the mouth are often perceived as irritating due to hormones or medication or after intensive sun exposure. In this case, a combination of different solutions is applied to the skin. After repeated use in the practice and consistent home treatment, as well as sun protection, a significant improvement in the complexion irregularities can be achieved.

Treatments on legs, arms and décolleté are also possible.

Salicylic Acid Peel (Acne Peel)

Adolescents with various forms of acne benefit from this peel. The rapidly occurring effect of peeling brings about exfoliation of the upper skin cells without triggering an inflammatory reaction. The natural ingredient of the willow bark is available in two different concentrations.

The transformation of the hair image is deepened by special acne care and disinfectant measures at home. Special training even makes it possible to carry it out at home.

Medium-deep peeling with trichloroacetoacetic acid / TCA (Doctor’s Peel)

With a one-time treatment, we can achieve exfoliation of the skin and reduce fine wrinkles. A dull complexion of the skin becomes radiant again. This variant requires a pre- and post-treatment of the skin for optimal results. This procedure is ideal for middle-aged patients, preferably alternating with gentle fruit acid treatments and individually tailored home care.

Deep peeling with phenol (blue Peel)

The chemical substance phenol has the greatest peeling and deepening effect – ideal for the wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth. This technique is also efficient in treating dark circles under the eyes. The pigment lightening that occurs is optimally used. The treatment is carried out with local anesthesia and is always limited to one region of the face. Scab formation occurs, with the skin loosening like a decal after four to seven days. The healing phase lasts a total of 10 days. A strong reddening of the treated area can last 4 – 6 weeks but can be covered well with masking creams.

Dr. Sylvia Holle-Robatsch, specialist in Dermatology and Angiology


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