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What is a peel?

The power and benefits of chemical peels have been known about for some time. They promote cell renewal in a regular, uniform way. This treatment will leave your skin soft and even, and your complexion radiant. The active ingredients in your products will work more effectively as it will be easier for them to penetrate your skin. And your makeup will last longer.

Il existe différents types de peeling en fonction de leur concentration en actif et de leur pouvoir abrasif :

1. Superficial peel :

This peel is gentle on your skin and the best results are obtained after five peel treatments at two-week intervals. The skin is gently stimulated over the course of the sessions. This type of peel is perfect for dealing with minor issues on healthy skin.

Our team offers two types of superficial peels, which can be customised to suit your needs:

TheraPro Peels

TheraPro Peels are superficial peels. They contain fruit acids better know as AHAs and BHAs. They work on your intercellular cement to promote shedding, naturally speeding up the removal of dead skin cells.

MCCM Peels

MCCM peels are specially designed superficial peels with a high concentration of active ingredients. They use a solution of one or more fruit acids that target a particular issue. For example, their 45% lactic acid peel is moisturising and smoothing. And their 20% salicylic acid peel is specially designed to treat the problem of oily skin (it is antibacterial, astringent and regulates sebum). This allows us to optimally tailor your treatment to your skin's needs.

2. Medium-depth peel

This is a more concentrated peel whose main aim is to stimulate collagen production and cell renewal. It is ideal for skin that has become more damaged over time. We recommend a course of five peel treatments at three-week intervals.

Our team offers TCA peels

Mesoestetic TCA peels are highly concentrated medium-depth peels. They use a solution made from TCA and retinoic acid (a natural vitamin A derivative). These peels are designed to work on the dermis. They directly tackle underlying problems at the point where they penetrate the skin: the dermis. This type of peel is designed to work on fine, medium and deep wrinkles, sagging skin, hyperpigmentation and acne scars.

Who and what is it for?

Fruit acids are multipurpose and can be used to treat the following concerns:

Changes to the skin associated with ageing and UV, such as wrinkles, loss of elasticity and reduced skin firmness

Pale, dull, tired skin

Skin with impurities

Skin with dilated pores

Skin with an uneven texture

Pigmentation spots and irregularities

Acne scars

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TheraPro Peels

1 session


TheraPro Peels

5 sessions


MCCM Peels

1 session


MCCM Peels

5 sessions


TCA Peels

1 session


TCA Peels

5 sessions



Pregnancy or breastfeeding


Photosensitising treatment (e.g. Roaccutane)


This treatment is suitable for all skin types and phototypes.

Frequently asked questions

Does it hurt?

Your skin may feel a little warm and tingly while the peel is being applied, depending on how sensitive you are. This will stop once the peel has been rinsed off.

Can I go back to work after my treatment?

You can go straight back to work, no problem. However, if you’re going to be outdoors, you must apply a factor 50 sunscreen every two hours, no matter what the weather.

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