Chemical Peels

Chemical Peel (also known as Chemobrasion) is a procedure in which chemical agents are applied to skin to treat certain skin conditions. Chemobrasion “unglues” the outer layer of dead skin cells. This helps to increase cell turnover by removing the built-up top layers of the skin, allowing healthier cells to come to the surface. Removing this dead layer can improve skin texture, encourage new collagen formation and unclog pores.

Bioscor incorporates a diversity of chemical peels to treat skin conditions such as:

  • Dull, lifeless appearing skin
  • Aged, sun-damaged skin
  • Fine lines
  • Enlarged pores
  • Acne and acne scarring
  • Pigmentation, including melasma
  • Stretch marks (body)
  • Scarring
  • Uneven skin tone

This treatment may take several sessions with minimal to no “downtime”, depending on type of chemical peel used.

Dermaceutic Peels

Mela Peel


Target pigmentation spots and even out skin tone for a clearer and more radiant skin complexion.

The Dermaceutic Mela Peel is a medium depth peel, which means it is stronger than a light or superficial peel but does not have the downtime associated with deeper peels. Suitable for all skin types and all photo types.

With its concoction of acids like mandelic acid, idebenone, emblica, retinol and salicylic acid, skin can be smoother and more even-toned; helping lines and pores to gradually diminish as new collagen is stimulated.

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For the appearance of pigment spots, epidermal melasma and post-inflammatory pigmentation.

  • Reduces appearance of superficial melasma and pigment spots
  • Promotes even complexion
  • Improves skin radiance, clarity and brightness


  • 83% of patients have a more even skin tone after 2 treatments (clinical findings)
  • 66% of patients’ skin improved in clarity after 2 treatments (clinical findings)
  • 83% of patients showed a decrease in age spots and hyperpigmentation after 2 treatments (clinical findings)