Chemical peeling with mandelic acid 40 %

A treatment that rejuvenates and revitalises

Radiant skin in one step - try our chemical peel with mandelic acid

The 40% mandelic acid chemical peel at Sungate Beauty & Spa Warsaw Centrum is an unparalleled skincare experience that will transform your skin, restoring its radiance and youthfulness. It's a treatment that not only rejuvenates, but also works on many other levels to make you feel more beautiful and confident than ever before.

Why choose chemical peeling with mandelic acid 40% at Sungate Beauty & Spa Warsaw Centrum?


Our treatment uses the highest quality Mandelic Acid with a concentration of 40%, which guarantees excellent results. It works deeply to remove dead skin cells, reducing wrinkles, discolouration and imperfections.


Our experienced team of professionals will ensure that the treatment is completely safe and tailored to your skin type. Our mandelic acid is gentle yet effective, eliminating the risk of irritation.


Mandelic acid peeling promotes collagen production, making your skin firmer and more elastic. The result is a visibly younger appearance that lasts for a longer period of time.

Reduction of wrinkles

Mandelic acid helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, making your skin smooth and radiant.

Reduction of discolouration

This treatment is excellent at tackling skin discolouration, removing it while brightening the complexion.

Improving skin texture

After treatment, the skin is noticeably smooth and silky soft to the touch, enhancing its overall appearance.

No recovery period

Our chemical peeling with mandelic acid does not require a long recovery period, allowing you to return to your daily routine almost immediately after treatment.


Sungate Beauty & Spa is not only a place of beauty, but also of relaxation. During your treatment, you will immerse yourself in a pleasant atmosphere that will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.


Our team consists of experienced professionals who are always ready to take care of your needs and provide the highest quality service.


Our chemical peel with mandelic acid will make you feel more confident and comfortable in your skin. It's not just a cosmetic treatment, it's an investment in your wellbeing and confidence.

Visit Sungate Beauty & Spa Warsaw Centrum and experience the transformative power of a 40% mandelic acid chemical peel. You'll feel the difference after just the first treatment and the results will last for weeks. Invest in your beauty and choose our professional service to enjoy the radiant, youthful skin you deserve.

What is a chemical peel with mandelic acid , how does it work?

The mandelic acid chemical peel 40% is one of the types of chemical peels that uses mandelic acid. This acid is effective in exfoliating the skin while being gentle on the skin. Mandelic acid, which is an ingredient in the peel, works on the skin in two ways: it exfoliates dead skin and has an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect. The mandelic acid peel is effective in exfoliating the skin and also in improving its overall appearance. However, a cosmetologist should be consulted before treatment to check for contraindications.

The 40% mandelic acid chemical peel works on the skin in a gentle and mild way. Mandelic acid is the gentlest of the acids used in chemical peeling. This means that it is an ideal option for those with sensitive skin. The mandelic acid peel works on the skin in a deep way, removing dead skin and supporting the skin. Regular treatments of mandelic acid peeling can contribute to a number of benefits such as enhancing skin texture, reducing wrinkles and discolouration by stimulating collagen production in the skin.

There are a few things you should be aware of before your 40% mandelic acid peel treatment. First of all, contraindications such as skin diseases, pregnancy or the use of retinoid medication should be ruled out.

It is also worth mentioning that the higher the concentration of mandelic acid, the deeper it penetrates the skin.

Your path to beautiful skin begins at Sungate Beauty & Spa.

Who is a good candidate for a chemical peel with mandelic acid ?

Mandelic acid peeling is a popular cosmetic treatment that can benefit a variety of skin types. Those with oily, acne-prone skin can benefit from a mandelic acid peel, which helps to regulate sebum production and reduce the appearance of pores and blackheads. Mandelic acid is also effective in treating fine lines and wrinkles as it stimulates collagen production in the skin. In addition, mandelic acid is a mild acid that can be used on all skin types, including sensitive skin, without causing irritation or redness . Therefore, people who want to improve the overall appearance and texture of their skin may be good candidates for a mandelic acid peel.

The 40% mandelic acid peel is an ideal treatment for those who want to address specific skin issues. This includes those with hyperpigmentation, chloasma and sun damage. Mandelic acid exfoliates dead skin, revealing a brighter and more even skin tone. It can also be used to treat acne scars and improve overall skin texture.

What are the indications for the procedure?

Indications for a 40% mandelic acid chemical peel can include a variety of skin problems and skincare goals. Here are some typical indications for this type of treatment:

Wrinkles and fine lines

A mandelic acid peel can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles on the face, giving it a more youthful appearance.

Discolouration and pigmentation spots

This type of peel is effective in reducing hyperpigmentation caused by the sun, skin ageing or hormonal discolouration such as melasma.

Acne and acne scars

Mandelic acid peeling can help reduce acne lesions and improve the appearance of acne scars.

Uneven skin texture

The treatment can improve the overall texture of the skin, making it smoother and silky soft.

Dilated pores

A chemical peel can help to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores on the skin.

Overall improvement in the appearance of the skin

This treatment can be used as part of a skincare routine to improve the overall condition and appearance of the skin.

Skin rejuvenation

The 40% almond peel promotes collagen production, which contributes to overall skin rejuvenation.

Moisturising the skin

For those with dry skin, a chemical peel can help to increase hydration and make the skin softer and more supple.

Removal of toxins and pollutants

A chemical peel can help remove toxins and impurities from the surface of the skin, resulting in a healthier appearance.

Improving general well-being

The treatment can also improve the patient's confidence and overall wellbeing by improving the appearance of the skin.

It is worth remembering that the 40% mandelic acid chemical peel is an advanced procedure that should be performed by experienced professionals. It is always advisable to consult with a skincare professional before starting the procedure, who will assess the condition of your skin and tailor the treatment to your individual needs.

What are the recommendations after a mandelic acid peel?

After a chemical peel with mandelic acid 40% at Sungate Beauty & Spa Warsaw Centrum, it is important to take proper care of your skin to maintain and maximise the results achieved. Here are some post-treatment recommendations to help you take care of your skin after the treatment:

Avoid the sun - The skin is more susceptible to sunlight after peels. Try to avoid direct sun exposure for at least a few days after treatment. If you must go outside, use a high quality sunscreen with a high SPF.

Avoid physical activity - Avoid intense physical exertion for a few days after the procedure. Physical exertion can lead to excessive sweating, which can irritate the skin.

Avoid hot water sources - Avoid hot baths, saunas, chlorinated pools and hot springs for a few days after treatment. Hot water can irritate delicate skin after peels.

Avoid using strong cosmetics -. Avoid using strong soaps, toners or acids on your face for at least a week after treatment. Your skin may be more sensitive to these types of products.

Don't scratch or rub your skin - Avoid scratching, rubbing or stretching the skin after treatment. Gently pat your face dry after washing, do not rub it hard.

Use mild skin care products - After your treatment, use gentle and moisturising skin care products to help keep your skin hydrated. Consult a professional to choose the right products.

Avoid make-up - If possible, avoid wearing make-up for the first few days after treatment to give your skin time to recover.

Regularly moisturise your skin - Use gentle moisturisers to help keep skin soft and hydrated. Moisturising your skin is key to keeping it supple and healthy.

Be careful with medicines and supplements - If you are taking medications or supplements that you may not be aware of that affect your skin, consult your doctor or a skin care specialist. Some substances can affect the healing process.

Regular follow-up visits - Consult a professional to set up a schedule for regular follow-up visits. This will allow you to monitor the condition of your skin and adjust further skincare routines.

Remember that everyone's skin can react differently, so if you notice any abnormalities, irritation or other unusual symptoms, consult your doctor or skincare professional immediately.

What are the contraindications to the Mandelic Acid Peel ?

A mandelic acid peel is a chemical peel that uses mandelic acid to exfoliate the epidermis. However, there are certain medical conditions that may be contraindicated with this type of treatment. It is important to consult a beautician before undergoing the treatment to determine whether a mandelic acid peel is suitable for your skin type and condition.

However, it is important to note that those with active acne should avoid a mandelic acid peel, as this can exacerbate inflammation.

Although mandelic acid peeling is a versatile and gentle treatment, there are some people who should avoid it. Mandelic acid peeling should not be performed by:


    • pregnant or breast-feeding women, as the effect on the foetus or infant is not known

    • people with active skin infections, such as herpes or impetigo, should also, as it can further irritate the skin

    • those who have recently undergone other cosmetic procedures, such as laser resurfacing or laser charcoal peeling

    • people with contraindications should consult their dermatologist before undergoing a mandelic acid peel

    • people with eczema, psoriasis, rosacea or other conditions

Certain medications may also be contraindicated for a mandelic acid peel. Retinoids, such as tretinoin and isotretinoin, can sensitise the skin and increase the risk of adverse reactions to the treatment. Additionally, those taking antibiotics such as tetracycline or doxycycline may be more susceptible to sunburn and should avoid a mandelic acid peel during treatment. It is important to inform your skincare professional of any medication you are currently taking before undergoing a mandelic acid peel.

People with allergies or sensitivities to mandelic acid or other alpha hydroxy acids should avoid a mandelic acid peel. It should also be noted that mandelic acid can increase skin sensitivity to the sun, so those prone to sunburn or who spend a lot of time outdoors may not be suitable candidates for this treatment. As with any skincare treatment, it is important to discuss any concerns or questions with your skincare professional at Sungate Bauty & Spa in Downtown Warsaw before undergoing a mandelic acid peel.

What are the risks and side effects of Mandelic Acid Peeling?

A mandelic acid peel is a cosmetic treatment that is used to exfoliate the skin and improve its texture and appearance. However, there are potential risks and side effects associated with this treatment that should be considered before undergoing the procedure. Some common side effects of a mandelic acid peel are redness, dryness and flaking of the skin. These side effects are usually mild and temporary and can be managed with appropriate aftercare.

Although rare, there are also more serious side effects that can occur with mandelic acid peeling. These can include blistering, scarring and discolouration. It is important to remember that the risk of these side effects increases with the strength of the peel, which is why it is so important to follow post-treatment instructions.

In addition to the potential side effects, there are some people who should avoid a mandelic acid peel due to contraindications. These include those with active skin infections, open wounds or a history of scarring. It is important to consult a dermatologist or skincare professional before undergoing a mandelic acid peel to ensure that it is a safe and appropriate treatment for your skin type and condition.

What are the alternative treatments for Mandelic Acid Peel 40%

While the 40% mandelic acid peel is a popular choice for many people seeking treatment and skin care, there are alternative facial peels that can be used instead. Other substances that can be used instead of mandelic acid include glycolic acid, pyruvic acid, a combination of AHA acids, Jessner's solution and resorcinol . These alternatives can be just as effective in exfoliating dead skin as they are in improving the absorption of the creams or serums applied.

Other alternative exfoliating treatments to chemical peels are: Hydrogen cleansing -Hydrafacial, laser charcoal peeling, cavitation peeling or enzyme peeling.

You are cordially invited to enjoy a chemical peeling treatment with mandelic acid at Sungate Beauty & Spa in the centre of Warsaw.

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