Op. Dr. Barış Çin

Medical Skin Care

It is the process of deep cleansing of the skin surface.

Dead cells not only form a thick, matte layer on the skin, but also cause blackheads, open/closed comedones and acne. The skin, which is deeply cleansed and sebum-moisture balance is provided, gains a healthier and more vibrant appearance. In medical skin care, these dead cells and the remnants of the skin’s excess oil secretion are removed from the skin and deep cleansing of the skin is ensured.

Before the medical skin care process, skin needs are determined by performing a skin analysis. A personalized treatment program is created according to the skin structure and needs.

The epidermis surface of the skin is cleaned. With the peeling process, the skin is purified from the dead skin. With oxygen steam therapy, the pores of the skin are opened and the skin softens, and black spots, oil buttons and white spots are removed from the skin without leaving any traces. After the pores are completely cleaned, serum, mask and moisturizing creams containing vitamins and minerals are applied according to the person’s skin needs, and the process is terminated by applying sunscreen.

Medical skin care process that tightens the pores and renews the skin by providing sebum moisture balance lasts between 45 minutes and 1 hour. The recommended number of sessions is 4 sessions. Session intervals are recommended to be 21 days and every two weeks for skin with intense blackheads and comedones.



Frequently Asked Questions

Medical skin care application, which lasts for 45 minutes – 1 hour, is carried out by professionals who are experts in their field by using dermocosmetic products. Medical skin care application that cleans the skin quickly and deeply is very important for skin health as well as improving the aesthetic appearance.

How Often Should Medical Skin Care Be Done?

Session intervals are recommended to be 21 days, for skin with intense blackheads and comedones, every two weeks.

Does medical skin care remove blemishes?

Medical skin care is a process performed to repair the skin by eliminating the existing problems. With the products used in medical skin care, the old vitality of the skin is restored, and the sebum balance is provided. It is not directly effective on stains.

Medical skin care or Hydrafacial?

The difference between medical skin care and hydrafacial is the scope of the application. Hydrafacial skin care includes more than one stage and these stages are applied with vacuum heads. Having a versatile feature, hydrafacial skin care application can also reach under the skin, thus providing a solution to multiple skin problems at the same time. Medical skin care is a care that is recommended in the first place for people with active acne, acne and comedones problems. For proper care, skin analysis should be performed and expert opinion should be obtained.

Is it okay to take a shower after skin care?

There is no harm in taking a shower after skin care.

How many sessions of medical skin care should be?

Medical skin care is an application that should be done regularly. It may vary from person to person. The recommended number of sessions is 4 sessions.

Is make-up applied after medical skin care?

With the procedures performed, all clogged pores are opened and the skin is thoroughly cleaned. After medical skin care, daily care of the skin should be done regularly. We recommend not to wear make-up on the day that medical skin care is applied.