DermaCeutic Q&A

Q: What is a peel?
A: What we call a peel is an exfoliation stimulated by a chemical solution. It is a safe and common practice. It is an ideal treatment for patients who has aging, acne, acne scar and pigmentation skin problems. Dermaceutic Laboratoire has been working with dermatologists for several decades and has extensive experience in this area.

Q: What is the benefit of a peel?
A: A peel in no way alters the shape of your face. It is an entirely natural and effective procedure widely performed by dermatologists. Peeling let you look radiant and the skin become elastic. But those around you will not recognized the reason of your radiant change!

Q: What happens during a session?
A: A session generally lasts for 15 to 30 minutes and is made up of several steps: the cleansing of the area to be treated, the application of the peel and finally, only in certain cases, neutralization. For most peels, you need to do at least 4 sessions a few weeks apart.

Q: What kind of Dermaceutic peel is suitable for me if I haven’t had any cosmedical treatment before?
A: Mask Peel is suitable for the patient to start their first treatment.

Q: What kind of Dermaceutic peel is suitable for me if I have already had other cosmedical treatment before?
A: Milk Peel is suitable for you.

Q: What kind of Demaceutic peel is suitable for me if I need some aggressive treatments?
A: Cosmo Peel is suitable for you. A few days after the treatment, a fine desquamation is expected, which is normal.

Q: What kind of Dermaceutic peel is suitable for me if I found Melasma and pigment on the skin?
A: Mela Peel is suitable for you.

Q: If Mela Peel is suitable for patients who got darker pigment after laser treatment?
A: Yes, everyone can benefit from the Dermaceutic Mela Peel.

Q: What will happen after the Mela Peel treatment?
A: After the treatment, you will have about 2 to 3 days of pinkness of the skin. For the pigment spot, it will be a little bit darker after a few days because of desquamation. (in this case, the darker skin does NOT mean the pigment spot being intensified, having PIH or being burned.)

Q: Are patients with sensitive skin suitable for Dermaceutic peel?
A: Actually, just few patients are really allergic to AHAs. Most of the so-called sensitive skin are caused by dehydration of basel skin which may result in having vulnerable skin. Patients with dehydrated sensitive skin should use Dermaceutic homecare products beforehead prior to peeling treatment.

Q: Where can I have Dermaceutic peel treatment?
A: The four new generation of Dermaceutic peels, Mask Peel, Milk Peel, Cosmo Peel and Mela Peel should be done at beauty centers or clinics. (only Mask 15 and others Dermaceutic homecare products can be used by yourself)

Q: How should I take care the skin after the Dermaceutic peel?
A: After the treatment, you should nourish and hydrates the skin. Dermaceutic homecare products are definitely ideal for smoothing, hydrating, restoring and repairing your skin.

Q: Do Dermaceutic peels have any certificate or approval?
A: Dermaceutic peels are CE approved.