Chemical peel

AN ANCIENT METHOD FOR REMOVING FACIAL FURROWS, WHICH HAS SEEN REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE

Chemical peel with Hetter's formula allows precise control of the dosage of peeling agents applied to the facial area. This gives an improved effect and a shorter recovery period. Because the concentrations of the chemicals is strictly regulated, an additional advantage of this procedure over laser peel is that there is no danger of permanent discolour to the skin or long lasting redness on the face, which can happen in laser treatments. Chemical peel, done with Hetter's formula, stimulates skin to produce its own collagen.
Due to the extremely good results achieved with this method, popularity of chemical peel as a method for removing facial furrows has increased in the USA.
In our clinic, we have been using Hetter's formula for chemical peel treatment since the formula was published in medical literature and we are very satisfied with the quality and precision of the results.
Each area is treated with different a concentration of chemical agent. For example, the area around the eyes, where the skin is thin and sensitive, is treated with the lowest concentration of phenol and croton oil.
As a procedure, chemical peel can also be successfully combined with a facelift, to rejuvenate the skin and remove the furrows.


Facelifts serve to tighten the skin and subcutaneous structures on the face and neck. After a successful facelift, the face gains firm contours and a youthful appearance. Chemical peel is used to remove small furrows that are in the skin structure and cannot be removed by the facelift. The rejuvenation effect of a facelift is enhanced by the chemical peel procedure.


Chemical peel with Hetter's formula allows precise control of the dosage of peeling agents applied to the facial area. This gives an improved effect and a shorter recovery period. Because the concentrations of the chemicals is strictly regulated, an additional advantage of this procedure over laser peel is that there is no danger of permanent discolour to the skin or long lasting redness on the face, which can happen in laser treatments. Chemical peel, done with Hetter's formula, stimulates skin to produce its own collagen.
Due to the extremely good results achieved with this method, popularity of chemical peel as a method for removing facial furrows has increased in the USA.


In our clinic, we have been using Hetter's formula for chemical peel treatment since the formula was published in medical literature and we are very satisfied with the quality and precision of the results.
Each area is treated with different a concentration of chemical agent. For example, the area around the eyes, where the skin is thin and sensitive, is treated with the lowest concentration of phenol and croton oil.
As a procedure, chemical peel can also be successfully combined with a facelift, to rejuvenate the skin and remove the furrows.


Facelifts serve to tighten the skin and subcutaneous structures on the face and neck. After a successful facelift, the face gains firm contours and a youthful appearance. Chemical peel is used to remove small furrows that are in the skin structure and cannot be removed by the facelift. The rejuvenation effect of a facelift is enhanced by the chemical peel procedure.

Advantages of a chemical peel performed using Hetter's formula are as follows:

  • Higher efficiency of the peel
  • Safety and precision in application
  • Side effects reduced to minimum
  • Quicker recovery time

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Chemical peel