Chemical Peeling in Estepona - Advanced treatments in Vogue Clinic


Our skin naturally has a process of skin renewal.

With age, this renewal is becoming slower and slower, so it is necessary to help ensure a correct renewal, the elimination of impurities, etc.

Apart from eliminating impurities produced by dust, masks right now reduce the harmful effects of the sun, spots, inequality of skin tone, melasma, etc.

There are two types of exfoliations on the skin:

Mechanical peeling is done with sponges, rollers, or brushes, which are used to remove the dead cells physically.

Chemical peeling instead works by using chemical substances such as alpha and beta hydroxy acids and trichloroacetic acid in different concentrations that dissolve dead cells.

Peels are highly recommended in the following cases:

  • People with spots.
  • Skin rejuvenation. By removing the first layer of the epidermis, we also help to improve wrinkles and luminosity.
  • People with non-active acne.
  • Skin imperfections.
  • Treatment of open pores.
  • Scars.
  • Dyschromia, or irregular skin tone.

The application of the peeling is very simple. It is done with a brush on clean skin and left to act for a few minutes while the professional assess its effect.

Sometimes it can produce an itching sensation that is normal and that mitigates you by applying air to the affected area.

The peel should remain on the skin for at least two hours and then be removed with water.

It is colorless, so the patient can go home without a problem.

After the treatment, you will notice a slight redness in the skin. You will feel the tissue dry or tight, and after a couple of days, the skin begins to rest.

These are normal symptoms of deep exfoliation and disappear in a few days.


Moisturize the skin daily and wash it with non-hot water and without soap.

Do not use makeup or chemical products.

Avoid touching your face.

Avoid exercise that may cause sweating; avoid swimming pools and seawater.

Drink plenty of water to promote hydration.

Avoid direct sun exposure for at least 10 days and always use sunscreen (can cause hyperpigmentation).


Chemical peels are contraindicated in the cases of:

  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • Infections
  • Rosaceae
  • Hormonal Disorders.
  • Lymphatic system disorder
  • Use of drugs that generate photosensitivity
  • Active Acne
  • Skin allergies
  • Treatments with Retinoids

It is essential that the assessment by our medical staff and subsequent follow-up

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