Retinol Peel Neostrata (Acid Peel) Face

Introducing the Retinol Peel Neostrata, an innovative anti-aging and rejuvenating skincare solution designed to revitalize your skin, revealing a smoother, more radiant complexion.


The Retinol Peel Neostrata is a specialized chemical peel formulated with retinol, a potent derivative of Vitamin A and glycolic acid. This peel gently exfoliates the skin’s outer layer, promoting cell turnover and stimulating collagen production. The retinol deeply penetrates the skin, targeting fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin texture, leaving behind a revitalized, youthful glow.


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  • Exfoliates and removes dead skin cells 
  • Smoothes skin texture and evens out uneven skin tone 
  • Brightens and evens skin tone 
  • Promotes skin cell renewal ●
  • Reduces pigmentation 
  • Helps diminish acne scars 
  • Decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles 
  • Aids in reducing acne breakouts 
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Cleansing the skin
  • Extraction 
  • Applying the Retinol Peel

The treatment takes 45 minutes.

You can expect skin peeling 2-6 days post-treatment and notice visible improvements in skin texture after 1-2 weeks following the treatment.

In order to maintain the effect after the treatment, consider incorporating the following skincare products into your routine:

  • Neostrata moisturizer cream 
  • ZO hydrating crème 
  • ZO daily power defense 
  • Mofacort 
  • Heliocare SPF 50

We recommend to repeat the treatment once every 4-6 weeks.

There may be mild redness, flaking, or peeling after the treatment, which can last a few days.

  • Avoid using Retin A or Retinol or any active ingredients 3-5 days before and after the treatment.
  • Avoid waxing, shaving, or depilatory cream 1 week before and after the treatment. 
  • Wait 2-4 weeks after Botox or Filler. 
  • Wait 2 weeks after Laser and peeling. 
  • Stop using any exfoliating products. 
  • Avoid sun exposure, sun tanning, and sunbathing for 7 days. 
  • Continue using moisturizer and apply SPF (medical-grade sunblock/sunscreen) daily.
  • Signs of aging skin
  • Dull and tired skin
  • Uneven skin tone and rough texture
  • Fine lines and wrinkles 
  • Loss of firmness
  • Breakout
  • Open lesions, cold sores, fever blisters, rosacea, or sunburn 
  • Damaged, irritated, or inflamed skin 
  • Abnormal or unidentified facial growths or marks 
  • Patients with autoimmune diseases 
  • Patients using topical retinoid or steroid creams 
  • Patients using Accutane or retinoids 
  • Proneness to scarring or hyperpigmentation 
  • Recent cosmetic surgery, laser resurfacing, or other chemical peels or dermabrasion 
  • Infectious diseases such as Herpes simplex 
  • Pregnancy or lactation 
  • Severe acne or acne inflammation
  • Redness 
  • Dryness and tightness 
  • Skin peeling/flaking/scabbing 
  • Light burning sensation and swelling 
  • Sensitivity to the sun