People of all skin types develop sun damaged and pigmentation on the face, neck, chest, hands and legs. Sun damage occurs from repeated long-term exposure to UVB and UVA, resulting in brown spots, fine lines and wrinkles.
In Celevenus, other than using laser treatments, Dr Chau will also combine laser treatments with Chemical peels. We are using 3 types of peels to treat pigments, sun damage and other skin conditions.
Skin peel means to remove the top layers of the skin through a peeling solution, which prompts the skin to peel naturally and remove dead skin cells. The type of peel used will vary from one patient to another based on one’s skin condition. Improvement is noticeable after each session.
Skin peel can be an excellent treatment for some patients.
THE RESULT – LESS SURFACE TRAUMA, GREATER EFFICIENCY
Enerpeel is one of the product lines under Tebitech where products are developed for the treatment of specific skin problems. It is designed to perform various types of chemical exfoliation at various skin depths, to exfoliate and stimulate skin rejuvenation.
Traditional chemical exfoliations work by creating surface trauma to the skin, triggering inflammatory reactions that stimulate deeper skin remodelling activity.
However, this often results in side effects such as erythema and skin-shedding. To reduce surface trauma and its side effects, the solution has been to reduce the acidity of the chemical agent. This results in decreased skin irritation, but proportionately reduced efficiency.
Enerpeel works by using a patented technology that restrains acid activity until it is absorbed by the skin, after which the acid protons are activated in a dynamic, controlled manner as they penetrate different layers of the skin.
WHICH CONDITIONS CAN BE TREATED?
Enerpeel can improve many skin problems including, sunspots, stretch marks, acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles. It can help to control oily skin and pore refining as well.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
Everyone is different but generally one treatment is not enough. A guideline of 8 sessions is usually needed for good results.