Chemical peeling in Bern

At the dermatology practice Hautarzt Bern Bubenberg, chemical peelings are performed under the supervision of Dr. Urs Büttiker, MD, by a specially trained medical assistant / beautician.

At the dermatology practice Hautarzt Bern Bubenberg, chemical peelings are performed under the supervision of Dr. Urs Büttiker, MD, by a specially trained medical assistant / beautician.

Fruit acid peeling

The fruit acid peel is particularly suitable for the so-called melasma -> region with special brownish discoloration on the face. 4-5 treatments are necessary. (Alternatively, a laser can also be used for melasma).

Redness occurs, but this is not very cosmetically disturbing and disappears quickly after a few hours. In contrast to melasma, crusts will appear for a few days when treating wrinkles or scars. It is important to use good sun protection afterwards (you will receive a sample factor 50)  Fruit acid peeling, Back to beautiful skin with melasma

Biomedic peeling ("weekend peeling")

This peeling belongs to the so-called superficial peeling, this leads to the renewal of the skin and removes "dead skin cells". You immediately look fresher and there are no visible side effects. Microdermabrasion with a special device achieves similar effects.

The chemical surface peeling contains the patented active ingredient LAH (refined salicylic acid). The right peeling products can be used to treat acne, fine acne scars, oily skin, large pores, as well as sun-damaged skin, wrinkles, age spots and annoying hyperpigmentation.

The peeling removes the top layer of skin, which consists of dead skin cells. Even after the first treatment, the entire complexion appears fresher and smoother. The peel is a cosmetic treatment and patients must cover the costs themselves.

Dr. Urs Büttiker, MD, is a dermatologist and member of the Swiss Group of Esthetic Dermatology and Skin Care SGEDS.

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