Chemical Peel Clinics in Malaysia

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Skin peels are not something new to mankind, they have existed for over 3000 years. Ancient Egyptian women, with Cleopatra being the most notable one, used to bathe in sour milk and rub their faces with fermented grape skins to smoothen the skin and enhance their beauty. These were in fact the earliest forms of what is known as lactic and glycolic peel today respectively.

Chemical peels, along with botulinum toxin and dermal fillers, complete the perfect triumvirate needed for the ideal facial rejuvenation. It is not enough to just remove the wrinkles, and improve the shape and contour of the face, we also have to improve the condition of the skin and to rejuvenate it back to an earlier time.

What can chemical peels do for you?

Some of the ideal areas to treat are: the face, décolletage area as well as the backs of the hands.

These unique non-invasive peels can give dramatic results for:

  • Dull lifeless skin

  • Ageing, sun damaged skin

  • Irregular pigmentation

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Active acne

How does it work?

The skin is the largest organ in the body. It takes as much as 28 days to fully regenerate, with the tough outer layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, acting as an impenetrable barrier protecting the body from injury, infection, pollution and the ever more harmful sun rays. It also however acts as an effective barrier which can not be penetrated by any of the expensive over the counter creams.

Over the years, many past events like severe sunburn or acne scarring will remain on the outer layer of the skin. As the skin takes so long to regenerate, the thicker skin with blemishes are never removed completely, and the fresh new skin underneath has never given a chance to come to the surface. These result in lackluster and uneven skin tone.

With the process of peeling we are speeding up the regeneration of the skin, and by wiping out some of these blemishes, we are allowing the healthy new skin to come to the surface. In addition, the process of chemical peeling induces new collagen to rush up to the surface of the skin. A good analogy is that of pruning a withering rose, achieving a subsequent new growth and fresh beauty.

How long does a chemical peel procedure take?

The procedure takes 15-30 minutes on average and involves gently applying the special peel solutions to the treatment areas.

Does it hurt?

With the superficial peels, the only discomfort is that of a stinging which can be reduced with the use of numbing cream prior to the procedure. A cooling fan can be applied to the face during the treatment for the ultimate comfort.

Is it safe?

All of the peels we use are considered as superficial peels, which are very safe and the clinician is always in control. Post treatment instruction will be explained and should be followed to minimize complications such as hyperpigmentation. Sun block should be used regularly throughout the course of treatments.

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Chemical Peeling + More

Chemical Peeling is a professional cosmetic treatment to improve the texture of facial skin via a chemical solution that causes older, wrinkled skin to remove itself to make way for younger-looking regenerated skin.

There are many types of chemical peels made from different ingredients for various aesthetic effects. These range from the gentler Jessner’s Peels which reduce breakouts, control oil and soften line; to moderate TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) Peels which smooth out fine wrinkles, remove superficial blemishes and correct skin pigment problems.

At Nicanor Clinic, we commonly utilise chemical peels with gentler ingredients so as to attain aesthetic results whilst minimising discomfort.
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Deep Chemical Peel

Light Chemical Peel + More

The skin peel  we use is called tri-chloroacetic acid (TCA) and is one of the original skin rejuvenation peels. They are recommended for men and women of all ages wanting to improve moderate to severe sun damage and or signs of ageing.

Superficial TCA Peels are designed as mild to moderate peels. Their strength and therefore peeling effects can be increased, by layering the applications. The peel depth is dependent on the patient’s skin type, skin condition and desired outcome, though you will see a noticeable improvement after each peel.

THIS TREATMENT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THOSE WHO:

  • Roaccutane used in the last 6 months
  • Dermatitis or infection in the area to be treated
  • Pregnancy
  • Abnormal wound healing

HOW OFTEN
We recommend a course of 2 to 4 peels, which is dependent on skin type, skin condition, peel strength and the desired outcome.

WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE
TCA peels have a burning sensation when initially applied, which subsides in a couple of minutes as it neutralises. During this time the patient holds a device over their face, which blows out cool air, significantly helping to reduce the sting. Cold compresses are applied after completion to help cool the skin.

BEFORE THE TREATMENT
Prior to have a TCA peel, we recommend that the skin is primed with active ingredients for at least two weeks prior. This is to maximise peel outcomes, assist in speeding the healing time and reduces the risk of post peel complications.  A specific skin care regime will be recommended to you at your initial consultation.

Medium Chemical Peel + More

The skin peel  we use is called tri-chloroacetic acid (TCA) and is one of the original skin rejuvenation peels. They are recommended for men and women of all ages wanting to improve moderate to severe sun damage and or signs of ageing.

Superficial TCA Peels are designed as mild to moderate peels. Their strength and therefore peeling effects can be increased, by layering the applications. The peel depth is dependent on the patient’s skin type, skin condition and desired outcome, though you will see a noticeable improvement after each peel.

THIS TREATMENT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THOSE WHO:

  • Roaccutane used in the last 6 months
  • Dermatitis or infection in the area to be treated
  • Pregnancy
  • Abnormal wound healing

HOW OFTEN
We recommend a course of 2 to 4 peels, which is dependent on skin type, skin condition, peel strength and the desired outcome.

WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE
TCA peels have a burning sensation when initially applied, which subsides in a couple of minutes as it neutralises. During this time the patient holds a device over their face, which blows out cool air, significantly helping to reduce the sting. Cold compresses are applied after completion to help cool the skin.

BEFORE THE TREATMENT
Prior to have a TCA peel, we recommend that the skin is primed with active ingredients for at least two weeks prior. This is to maximise peel outcomes, assist in speeding the healing time and reduces the risk of post peel complications.  A specific skin care regime will be recommended to you at your initial consultation.

Skin Peel + More

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Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person. Please come for a consultation with our doctor for specific advise.

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The Medlite C6 is the technology laser in the market and has superior safety for all skin types, unlike older technologies such as Intense Pulse Light (IPL) or earlier generation lasers which has potential to cause burns in people with darker skin.

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