Enerpeel

Enerpeel® is a complete program of medical devices designed to perform various types of chemical exfoliation at various skin depths, to exfoliate and stimulate dermal remodelling:

Superficial, Superficial – medium, Medium, Medium – deep

Chemical exfoliation is designed for the treatment of several kinds of age-related skin damage and also acts as a prevention factor from damage caused by exposure to UV radiation - including keratinic lesions - which are potentially pre-cancerous.

Treatments as Well as Peels

Enerpeel® also allows us to introduce other ingredients into the skin to help treat skin issues such as moderating pigmentation. For example:

Enerpeel® SA delivers salicylic acid to the skin but also delivers the two key active ingredients in Aknicare® to provide a fantastic clinical treatment program for acne.
Enerpeel® also supplies TCA 25% and 40%, Revised Jessner’s, Pyruvic 50% and Enerpeel® Eyes and Lips: a TCA/Lactic acid gel for remodelling the eye and lip areas. 
Enerpeel® Mandelic Acid has been designed for the management of Rosacea and thread veins. So you can now have the right Enerpeel® for complete clinical management of skin issues.

Skin Areas and Indications

Enerpeel® exfoliating medical devices have been developed for a range of specific skin areas including the face, neck, chest and hands; as well the contours around the eyes and lips. Enerpeel® is also indicated for the following:

Actinic keratosis (also called solar keratosis, or AK) is a pre malignant condition of thick, scaly, or crusty patches of skin. It is more common in fair-skinned people, especially those who are frequently exposed to the sun, as it is usually accompanied by solar damage.

Solar elastosis is a degenerative condition which affects the connective tissues of the skin. Normally, the skin undergoes gradual degeneration. Frequent exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet light may accelerate this degenerative process through a process which is termed photo aging.

Solar lentigo is a hyperpigmented lesion caused by exposure to UV light. Solar lentigines are benign, but they do indicate excessive sun exposure, a risk factor for the development of skin cancer.

Hyperpigmented Lesions are patches of skin that is darker than the surrounding skin. It is a very common condition and usually harmless. An excess production of melanin, the pigment that produces normal skin colour, is the cause.

Melasma is a tan or dark facial skin discoloration. Although it can affect anyone, melasma is particularly common in women - especially pregnant women a- nd those who are taking oral or patch contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy (HRT) medications.

Other Indications:
Superficial Scars
Radiation Keratosis
Acne Vulgaris
Acne Scarring
Plantar Warts
Sebaceous Hyperplasia