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Skin Peeling
Have a  younger healthy look

Skin peeling (also known as skin resurfacing) is a process of removing the outer layers of the facial skin and allowing new skin to form, thus improving skin texture. It is also used to remove fine lines and wrinkles that form as a result of age and sun exposure. The two fundamental methods used to resurface the skin are: chemical resurfacing (chemical peeling) and laser resurfacing.

Uses of skin resurfacing:
1) Skin rejuvenation.
2) Removal of dark skin spots and melasma.
3) Smoothens the fine facial wrinkles
4) Treatment of post acne and post surgical scars
5) Narrowing of facial wide pores

Microlaser Peel
Using the Laser machine we can do a micro peel giving your skin a fresh and healthy look with only 1 day downtime.  The result is comparable to 3 microdermabrasion sessions.

Fractional Laser
Skin Resurfacing

Laser resurfacing is used for the same purposes as was chemical peeling in the past. However, laser resurfacing has pretty much replaced chemical resurfacing for deeper resurfacing since it offers added safety and faster recovery.


تقشير الجلد بواسطة الفراكشيونال ليزر أو التقشير
الكيميائى لإصلاح الندبات واستعادة نضارة البشرة


1) How long should I stay away from the sun after treatment?

Fractional laser is characterized by its short down time. Minimal facial redness is expected on the day of the session, and then fine peeling is expected on the subsequent 2 days. Full recovery takes place in 5 days. However, the downtime might be as short as 1 day for light peels.

2) How many sessions will I need to treat my post acne scars?

Around 4 to 5 sessions that are 4 to 6 weeks apart.

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