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Medico-chemical Peeling



For a long time I have been looking for an effective and well-tolerated chemical peel for my patients and fortunately I have found it. Lasting effects through high-quality products are my top priority - for your great radiance with the „Natural Touch“. We would be happy to discuss at an appointment in my practice whether a chemical peel could be an option for you and whether you would benefit from it.

A good consultation is my top priority for this, without rushing and taking time for your questions.


Age spots, fine wrinkles, large pores and impure skin can be improved as well as sun damage and dry, sallow skin. Chemical peeling aims to peel off the top layer of skin. In some cases, it works right down to the dermis level. The peeling effect provokes a healing cascade that leads to rejuvenation and beautification of the skin.


  • Face, neck and décolleté
  • Prevention and treatment of premature skin aging, wrinkles
  • Sun damage
  • Scars
  • Dry, sallow skin
  • Large pores
  • Skin prone to pimples (face, back and décolleté)
  • Oily skin
  • Unattractive skin discoloration and pigment spots
  • Blotchy skin



Treatment duration

30 – 40 minutes


Normally none necessary


Outpatient and after treatment approx. 15 minutes in the clinic


Usually none, possibly reddening and flaking of the skin. Avoid sun exposure and solarium for some time after the treatment. Sun protection with at least SPF 50 is absolutely recommended in the treated area afterwards.


starts with € 250 per session and treatment zone (› Price list as PDF)


Which areas of the body can be treated with chemical peeling?

The face can be treated, but also the neck, décolleté, hands or back. Likewise, several areas can be treated within one session.

How deep does a chemical peel work?

The superficial peeling

This is the mildest application of a chemical peel, i.e. it is in principle very well tolerated and easy to apply for every skin type. It is also suitable for short-term use, e.g. before a special occasion or event. The skin looks radiant and gets a beautiful glow, a great, fresh radiance through vitalization.

The peeling with a deeper effect

The penetration of the active ingredients is deeper and there is usually a peeling of the skin, which is intentional and thus effectively contributes to the renewal of the skin. I recommend this for issues such as scars, blemished skin or pigmentation marks.

How is the treatment process?

I recommend a series of three to four sessions, five to fourteen days apart, for lasting results. Of course, this depends on what you want to achieve with the treatment and what the current condition of your skin is. For this, I will conduct a detailed preliminary consultation with you in order to be able to determine a sensible treatment plan together with you. After cleansing and disinfecting your skin, the peeling is applied. You will often feel a tingling sensation while the highly active ingredients are being applied. This is quite normal and should not worry you.

You can vary and adjust the application time for the desired effect or skin type. It ranges from about three to ten minutes. Afterwards, the peeling is carefully removed with a moist compress, then skin-soothing care products are applied. In principle, there is no downtime afterwards. After a session in the treated area, I advise the daily use of a cream with sun protection factor 50 with adequate UVA and UVB protection. What you should pay special attention to after a treatment will of course be discussed with you individually after each session!

What are the active ingredients in chemical peeling?

I use a medical product that has the latest innovative developments. It not only contains three different molecular structures of hyaluronic acid and lactic acid, but also other highly potent active ingredients such as probiotics, stem cells, vitamins, niacin and ferulic acid, etc. A power cocktail that reaches every level of the skin and restores renewal and balance.

What is the difference between superficial and deep exfoliation?

As the term 'superficial' suggests, the effect is aimed at the top layer of the skin. A superficial peel is wonderful for giving the skin radiance, fine pores and freshness and for removing minor skin impurities. Deeper exfoliation can improve blemishes, scars and wrinkles, and can be used to stimulate skin renewal in a more profound way. The product reaches the middle layer of the skin and parts of the upper dermis. This can be used to treat pigmentation spots and sun damage, among other things.

Am I socially acceptable after treatment?

Basically yes. Reddening and possible flaking of the skin, among other things, can be very individual and should therefore be taken into account when planning your treatment. Direct sunlight should generally be avoided after a session.

How often should a chemical peel be repeated?

For best results, I recommend a series of three to four sessions at intervals of five to fourteen days. This depends on your personal skin condition and should be determined afterwards.

When should chemical peeling not be performed?

If you suffer from couperose, chemical peeling is rather unsuitable. The same applies if you are taking medication at the same time, e.g. vitamin A, antibiotics, extremely sensitive skin, herpes, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, inflammations, wounds, acute infections, pregnancy, etc. Ultimately, your personal medical history is always decisive for a recommendation and will be assessed by me professionally and medically before the treatment.