Special Treatments – Glycopeel

peeling is the key!

Characteristics of the skin

The skin is characterized by impurities, pigmentation, wrinkles or scars. It also exhibits rapid cornification, sebum accumulation and/or inflammation. In addition, the skin has a low ability to bind moisture and loses its firmness and elasticity.


Glycolic acid is a fruit acid known for its exfoliating properties. It keeps the epidermis thin and therefore helps to dissolve blockages and prevent their occurrence. Also, glycolic acid stimulates the fibroblasts, thus firming the skin. Collagen and elastin fibers are also intensively stimulated and the skin is encouraged to produce healthy, new cells.




An intensive peeling based on fruit acids. The acids in this peeling accelerate the exfoliation of the stratum corneum, thereby stimulating the collagen and elastin fibers in the skin to produce new cells. The skin is, as it were, intentionally damaged, encouraging the natural repair mechanism. The skin looks smoother, firmer and more even and the skin texture is intensively improved.

The results of a fruit acid peeling improve the more often one undergoes the peeling. The result of the treatment is also dependent on proper aftercare.