Face Treatments




Result Duration

6 Weeks

Treatment Time

30min - 1h

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6 Weeks

Potential Risk

Temporary mild redness and tenderness

Potential Risk

Temporary mild redness and tenderness

Alpha hydroxy acids or simply AHAs are a type of chemical molecule in which a carboxylic acid is substituted with a hydroxyl group on the carbon next to it. They might be either natural or man-made. AHAs are well-known in the cosmetics industry for their application.

Alpha hydroxy acids promote the exfoliation of older, sun damaged epidermal cells. The surface skin cells are held together by chemicals that resemble glue, which is loosened by them, enabling the dead skin to easily peel off. The skin beneath seems healthier and more youthful, with more uniform colour and texture.

When going out in the sun, employ additional caution. The categories of cosmetics treatment always have varieties and in this sense of understanding, AHAs Peels, are considered to be top in all treatments. Due to the application of the AHAs Peels, the enhancement of the exfoliation also be observed.

AHA-peels. Transform the texture of your skin. AHA peels benefits
The benefits of AHA peels

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Glycolic acid is a chemical peeling agent that is often used in light chemical peels. Emitting from sugarcane, AHAs Peels is one of the best treatments ever. Salicylic, a Beta Hydroxy Acid (BAHA), is also included in our light chemical peels. The type of peel utilized is determined by the patient’s skin care requirements. There are some components which are used according to the prevailed condition of the skin. The skin is treated in different ways with the help of AHAs Peels.


Generally speaking, an AHA Peels take less than an hour to complete, and the patient usually has little or no skin redness or other after effects. The patient might anticipate resuming normal activities shortly following a AHAs Peels. In most cases, many treatments are required to acquire the best outcomes. AHAs Peels on the other hand, is, also experiential as apparent process of treatment.


AHAs hydrate the skin while exfoliating dead skin cells. Their major function is to aid desmosome breakdown, resulting in enhanced coenocyte desquamation, cytokine production, and epidermis proliferation.


AHAs Peels can help for minimizing the appearance of enlarged pores, which are typical in acne-prone skin. Exfoliating glycolic and lactic acids can even help to minimize acne scarring simultaneously. Furthermore, AHA exfoliation can aid in the loosening and removal of the blockage also. A number of acids can stimulate skin cell regeneration, irritate the skin, and provide long-term cosmetic benefits like increased skin firmness and elasticity, as well as the elimination of lines and wrinkles.


Whether AHAs are a skin’s friend or foe remains to be seen. Contrary to it, skin irritation, redness, swelling, itching, and skin discoloration are all possible side effects of AHAs peels. Facial peels that are kept on the skin for longer than recommended might cause severe skin burns. When AHAs are employed as peeling agents at high concentrations, they disrupt the compatibility of the skin barrier’s coenocytes, causing skin irritation that is detrimental to the skin.


Citric acid, glycolic acid, lactic acid, malic acid, tartaric acid, and other AHAs are examples. AHAs Peels are a great option for folks who can not take time off from work for a deeper peel or laser resurfacing. When AHAs are employed as peeling agents at high concentrations, they disrupt the cohesiveness of the skin barrier’s coenocytes, causing skin irritation that is detrimental to the skin. AHAs, on the other hand, may be helpful to the skin at low doses due to epigenetic changes in the inflammasomes complex. Because of the peeling effects of highly concentrated AHAs, your skin may become more sensitive.

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