Milk Peel



Intended for the treatment of mild acne, keratosis pilaris, and superficial pigmented lesions.

Suitable for all skin types and phototypes

  • No social downtime (lunch peel)
  • Little to no skin desquamation
  • Safe & easy 10 min protocol
  • Can be combined and enhances the efficacy of other aesthetic treatments

A milk peel is a type of chemical peel that uses lactic acid, a gentle alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), to exfoliate the skin. It is called a milk peel because lactic acid is found in milk and other dairy products. During the treatment, the lactic acid is applied to the skin and left on for a few minutes before being neutralized and removed.

The milk peel is typically used to improve the texture and appearance of the skin by removing dead skin cells, promoting collagen production, and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It can also help to brighten the skin and reduce hyperpigmentation.

Milk peels are often recommended for people with sensitive skin who are unable to tolerate stronger chemical peels. The treatment is generally considered to be very safe and effective when performed by a trained professional. However, as with any cosmetic procedure, there are some risks and potential side effects, such as redness, itching, and dryness. It is important to follow the post-treatment instructions provided by your skincare professional to ensure the best results and minimize the risk of complications.


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