Medical Peels

Use of medical or chemical peels can be dated back to the era Before Christ. It is stated that in ancient Egypt Cleopatra used to bathe in sour milk which was nothing but lactic acid.

Chemical Peels are nothing but solutions with content such as lactic acid, applied to the skin to remove the dead skin cells and stimulate production of new skin cells and collagen formation. The chemical peels cause a controlled injury to the skin. This leads to wound healing which in turn regenerates new smoother and softer skin, hence improving skin tone and texture. The nature of procedure is such that it is advised to always carry out the same under strict supervision of a Medical Practitioner.

We @ INURSKN offer a wide range of chemical peels which work for different conditions (superficial to deep) The procedure can often include a combination of chemical peels, based on the diagnosis of the doctor.


The Procedure:

After a thorough consultation with our doctor, you will be advised a peel based on your skin type and condition. Peels can be applied on face, neck, arms, hands, legs, back etc. depending on the area to be treated. The procedure will always be done by a trained aesthetician under strict medical guidelines and protocol.
Once the peel is applied most patients experience stinging sensation for few seconds to minutes. Depending on the peel used there may be no real peeling to redness or peeling skin for few days.

Results Expected:

It is important to understand that this is a medical procedure and results will vary from individual to individual based on age, diet, lifestyle, individual’s constitution and the exact condition an individual is suffering from. However the general effects expected in a few days’ time is a more even skin and reduction in scars etc. Deeper pigments can be reduced to a great extent but cannot be eradicated.

Frequency of Treatment:

For optimum results one must repeat the chemical peel procedure every 2-3 weeks for 2 months to begin with depending on the peel and one's pigmentation.

Conditions Treated

  • Uneven pigmentation
  • Patchy skin
  • Melasma
  • Freckles
  • Lentigenes
  • Age Spots
  • Acne, Acne Marks and Scars
  • Tanning
  • Uneven Skin Tone

Use of medical or chemical peels can be