What is a Chemical Peel?

Chemical peel is a solution applied to the face to remove dead skin cells and stimulates the growth of new cell and collagen production. It deeply exfoliates to reveal fresher, clearer, brighter skin.

There are three types of skin peels, superficial, medium and deep.

Chemical peels can be used to correct issues such as uneven tone, fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots and even acne.

Fillmed Chemical Peels

Ideal for sensitive skin thanks for Gluconolactone. Gluconolactone is the lactone form of gluconic acid obtained from glucose and bio-oxidation. A cyclic chemical structure resulting in a keratolytic action that is as effective as AHAs and better tolerated. Combined with other active ingredients, it reinforces the therapeutic effect, improves tolerance and overall results.

Time Peel

TIME PEEL® Indications: wrinkles, sagginess pH≈1.2 50% peeling complex: gluconolactone + glycolic acid

Instrumental scoring -21% WRINKLES SURFACE AREA -16.7% WRINKLES LENGTH Self-assessment 85% of patients found their skin firmer

Bright Peel

Indications: age spots, uneven skin pH≈1.5 50% peeling complex: gluconolactone + phytic acid + citric acid + glycolic acid

Instrumental scoring -39.1% DARK SPOTS INTENSITY -37.1% SOLAR LENTIGO INTENSITY -42.2% MELASMA INTENSITY Self-assessment 93% of patients found their skin more radiant