Facial Therapies
Chemical Peeling + PRX T33 – The Revolution of Bio-Reconstruction Without Needles
All about Chemical Peeling
By the term of chemical peeling, we refer to the controlled trauma induction through applying one or more chemical factors on the skin, resulting in the replacement of a part or whole skin surface and collagen  restructure.

There are three types of chemical peeling, which are distinguished, depending on the solution potency and the depth of the burn induced on the skin, in:
    • Surface peeling reaching up to the granular layer and the papillary dermis. Application of the solution is short and simple. No anesthesia is required and the patient feels a slight twitch. Leave the solution for about 15 minutes and then clean the area.
    • Medium depth peeling that reaches up to the upper mesh. Application of the solution is short and simple. No anesthesia is required because the mixture only anesthesizes the skin, and the patient feels a pinch, while a soothing cream can be preventively used. Leave the solution for about 15 minutes and then clean the area.
    • Deep peeling that reaches up to the average reticular dermis. It is performed only at a proper clinic by a dermatologist or plastic surgeon and local anesthesia is used to relax the patient. Unlike the two previous methods, this treatment is done only once, recovery is slow, and healing can take several months.
    How Is Chemical Peeling Performed? 
    The fundamental substances used in chemical peeling are the following:  
    • Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) used in many concentrations but mainly for medium depth peeling. Thin surface wrinkles, surface blemishes and discoloration problems are often treated with TCA. The effects of peeling with TCA are usually less impressive and not so long-lasting, so maybe more than one application is needed to achieve the desired result. Recovery from peeling with TCA is usually short-term.
    • A-hydroxy acids (AHA) or more commonly fruit acids. It is a peeling treatment of the skin that is both painless and safe, since it is non-toxic and non-invasive. It is recommended for defects that reach the granular layer of the skin, since it is very light. It is very important to choose the A-hydroxy according to the type and the need of the skin, because otherwise it is in danger of becoming irritant.
    • Glycolic acid is a sugar-derived ingredient but can also be synthesized. It has strong exfoliating action and, in chemical peeling, it is ideal for mature and dry skins or skin types with pigmentation. It is fairly soft and safe to use, provided that it is applied by a specialist.
    • Jessner Solution is another type of surface peeling, used to treat mainly inflammatory and eczema acne, hyperkeratotic skin lesions, melasma and cases of photoaging.
    • Phenol is the strongest of solutions and what is widely used in deep peeling. It is mainly used to treat patients with intense facial wrinkles, spots or damaged skin from sun exposure or precancerous tumors. As phenol sometimes lightens the color of the areas where placed, the color of the skin is a critical factor as to whether this is the proper treatment for each patient. Phenol is mainly used on the face and healing is slow, it may last several months and sun protection must always be used. 
    Where Is Chemical Peeling Applied? 
    Chemical peeling is recommended for skin regeneration, photoaging, chloasma, acne, acne scars and oily skin with open pores. This process is not recommended to people with infections, active skin disease injured skin, sun burns or active herpes with wounds.


    Is it possible to instantly and visibly smooth wrinkles, tone and brighten skin in just 15 minutes and without needles or machines? It is hard to believe it, especially us dermatologists, who have been using our beloved needles and our expensive machines for years in our cosmetology services... Over the years that I have been consulting my patients on aesthetic interventions, many times they have confessed to me their fear of injectable techniques, which are undoubtedly the most effective. So, it is with great enthusiasm that I present the PRX T33 for women who have similar misgivings about needles but want an immediate, painless, effective, fast and safe aesthetic improvement in the quality of their skin!

    What is the PRX-T33?
    It is a CE-certified medical formulation with a patented formula, created after years of research, that combines defined amounts of hydrogen peroxide and trichloroacetic acid (TCA). It is a non-injectable product that promotes skin bio stimulation without harming the skin.

    How does PRX T33 work?
    Dermal bio rehabilitation or bio stimulation, with topical application of PRX T33, is a truly innovative approach, since it enables the activation of the body's own stem cells with the production of collagen and elastin, without injectable techniques and without the use of machinery (radiofrequency, laser, ultrasound). PRX T33 penetrates directly into the deeper layers of the skin, providing an immediate glow and tightening of the skin, leaving the surface intact. That is, without causing the intense peeling or frosting that we have had in the past with trichloroacetic acid application. Practically, we have a powerful, non-injectable collagen booster, ideal for women who for medical or personal reasons do not opt for invasive medical, cosmetic techniques.

    Basic indications
    - Loss of firmness of the skin of the face, neck
    - Facial contour changes due to relaxation
    - Photo-aging, facial skin, décolleté, décolleté
    - Fine and deeper wrinkles of the face, neck, décolleté
    - Deep skin rejuvenation and anti-aging
    - Atrophic scars
    -Stretch marks

    How is the treatment done? Is there a post-treatment period?
    PRX T33 is applied using a specific technique by specially trained personnel. The session is well tolerated and quick (about 15 minutes for the facial area). Immediately after the treatment, we apply a special hydrolipidic film restoration, hydration and skin protection cream in the clinic. The application of the active product is non-injectable and therefore there is no risk of bruising or swelling. Due to its innovative composition, it does not create significant flaking or frosting of the skin. In other words, there is no recovery time and we can immediately return to our daily activities. Between sessions, the treatment is completed with a home application of a special low pH glycolic acid serum (8%) suitable for all skin types, without causing burning sensations.

    Can PRX T33 be applied during the summer period?
    Treatment with PRX T33 does not cause peeling and does not create photosensitivity, so it can be applied comfortably all year round and during the summer period with the daily use of a sunscreen product.

    How many sessions are needed?
    PRX- T33 is recommended as a complete monotherapy with 5 sessions every 10 to 15 days. The skin continues to improve for up to 6 months afterwards and - as mentioned - it combines excellently with all other medical cosmetology treatments.

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