Glycolic Acid Peel: A Guide To Facial Peels By Dr. Lanzer
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Glycolic Acid Peel Treatment Explained

Glycolic Acid Peel Treatment Explained

Glycolic Acid Peel Treatment Explained

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The Dr Lanzer Clinic offers various rejuvenating treatments to its patients and the glycolic acid peel is one of them. This anti-ageing treatment provides a more youthful and refreshed appearance, so it is certainly a treatment that is regularly used at our clinic.

To learn more about the nature of the glycolic acid peel and how this procedure is performed, we have created an overview of information for patients to go through. If you wish to learn more about this rejuvenation treatment, please read the information provided by the Dr Lanzer team below.

Frequently Asked Questions For Glycolic Acid Peel

Glycolic acid peels are usually performed on the face but can be used on the neck declattage, arms and legs. It is best combined with aha and vitamin a creams D’lumiere esthetique.

Glycolic acid peels are good for any signs of sun damage, acne, pores and pigmentation. It is best to use with anti aging and rejuvenating skincare such as aha, vitamin a, vitamin c as in the D’lumiere range.

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