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Med Arch. 2015; 69(6): 414-416


Exfoliative Skin-peeling, Benefits from This Procedure and Our Experience

Merita Grajqevci-Kotori, Allma Kocinaj.

Abstract
The peeling procedure is a valuable method for the aged skin, photo aging, acne scars and melasma. It should be performed by dermatologist. Pre peeling preparation of the skin is very important to prepare the skin for this procedure. It can be archived by applying the mask with acids twice a week. The caring of the skin after procedure is also very important for the success of the treatment. Same cases may have complication but managing them is also a challenge for dermatologist.

Key words: exfoliative skin-peeling.



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