Chemical Peel

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The demand for chemical peels has been growing every day for the treatment of acne, scars, aging dyschromia, stretch marks and various aesthetic conditions. In the course we teach the main types and concentrations of chemical peels. Our goal is to show the main acids that exist in the aesthetic market so that you can enhance your facial protocols.

Chemical peels consist of the application of agents that destroy the superficial layers of the skin, followed by their regeneration, with an improved overall appearance. It is a way to exfoliate and accelerate skin renewal. It can be shallow, medium and deep.

  • Students are responsible for bringing models to practice.


  • The History of Chemical Peeling
  • Curiosities
  • Types of Peeling
  • Responsibility Issues
  • Skin Anatomy
  • Constitution of Skin Layers
  • Analyzing Safely
  • Skin Phototype (Fitzpatrick)
  • Pigment Spots
  • Vascular Changes
  • Glogau
  • Acne
  • Benefits of Chemical Peeling
  • Skin pH
  • What are the types of chemical peels?
  • Alpha-Hydroxy Acids (AHA)
  • Glycolic Acid Peeling
  • Lactic Acid Peeling
  • Beta-Hydroxy Acids (BHA’s) and Polyhydroxy Acids (PHA’s)
  • Salicylic acid Gluconolactone
  • TCA Trichloroacetic Acid Peel (ATA)
  • Mandelic Acid Peeling
  • Retinoic Acid Peeling
  • Peeling Jessner
  • Body Peel
  • Combination Protocols
  • Advanced Protocols
  • Depths of Chemical Peeling
  • Principles of Chemical Peeling
  • Pre Chemical Peel
  • Evaluation Sheet
  • Post Chemical Peel
  • Practice


Financing available through the school, please call (781)305-4971 for more information.

All tuition is non-refundable, non-transferable.

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