Correct photoaging damage with glycolic acid.

» Correct skin aging from UV radiation in less than 1 hour
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At a glance

Treatment goal:

Reduce wrinkles

Length of time:

60 minutes


4 - 8

Peeling depth:

Reticular dermis

Body area:

Face and body





Skill level:


Correct photoaging damage with AHA fruit acid.

The symbiosis of nanodermabrasion, chemical peeling, and nanoneedling, create an efficient, but gentle exfoliation treatment against wrinkles and skin aging specifically from UV radiation, also commonly known as photoaging, photodamage, or sun damage. Skin cell damage is caused by free radicals and singlet oxygen. Collagen, volume, and elastin production are also decreased, resulting in fine lines and wrinkles. The skin’s denaturation of proteins in the skin from the acid peel, removes the outer horny layer of the epidermis and skin adhesions, renews skin cells, and improves the skin’s structure. The collagen network is stimulated and reduces small lines and wrinkles. In eight, simple steps, our step-by-step Matrixpeel™, exfoliates and revitalizes your skin with organic alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), creating a more youthful and refreshed appearance.

Products needed

Cleansing Foam Pre-Peel Solution

Content: 120 ml (€19.16* / 100 ml)

Degreaser Pre-Peel Solution

Content: 120 ml (€9.16* / 100 ml)


Nadelmodul Nano Pins Medical CONTROL

Content: 5 Stk. (€12.00* / 1 Stk.)

Glycolic 20 % Mono Acid

Content: 5 Stk. (€8.00* / 1 Stk.)

Calming Face Mask Essential Solution

Content: 5 Stk. (€7.00* / 1 Stk.)

Photo Protector Post-Peel Solution

Content: 120 ml (€24.99* / 100 ml)



Chemical Peel Brush Aesthetic Supplies

Peel Bowl Aesthetic Supplies

Facial Cleansing Sponges Aesthetic Supplies

Content: 5 Stk. (€1.00* / 1 Stk.)

Hautantiseptikum Essential Solution

Entnahmekanüle 0,8 x 22 mm


Glycolic acid at a glance

Peeling Depth
Level 1
Minimum Peel
Very Superficial (stratum corneum) 1 to 2 layers
Exposure time: Less than 5 minutes
Level 2
Moderate Peel
Superficial (epidermal)2 to 4 layers
Exposure time: 5 to 10 minutes
Level 3
Medium Peel
(reticular dermis)
4 to 5 layers
Exposure time: More than 10 minutes

Correct photoaging damage. 

Here is your treatment plan. 

Reduce UV-induced signs of aging and unleash your skin's regenerative powers with the Matrixpeel™ protocol in eight easy steps.

Start: Preparation

The treatment must be performed in a dry, clean, smoke-free, and hygienic area. Ensure there is adequate lighting in the room where the treatment will be performed. Before the treatment begins, ensure that all products and equipment are available and that all safety measures and procedures are met.

All exfoliations should be terminated three weeks prior to the Matrixpeel™ treatment. All harsh or aggressive products should be terminated five days prior to the Matrixpeel™ treatment. Do not shave or remove hair 24 hours before the Matrixpeel™ treatment.

1 Foam Cleansing


Start with clean skin. Our Essentials Solution Cleanser thoroughly and gently removes dirt, sebum, and make-up residue from your skin. Our cleansers are formulated to strengthen the skin barrier and the skin's natural protective function prior to treatment.

How to: Place a small amount of Essentials Solution Cleanser on fingertips and combine with lukewarm water. Gently massage the cleansing foam on the face and remove the excess foam with a damp, facial cleansing sponge or water.


To the cleanser 


Remove sebum and built-up dead skin cells. Our Degreaser thoroughly cleanses and disinfects the skin before the chemical peel is applied.

 How to: Place a small amount on a cotton pad and evenly distribute. Leave on for 2 to 3 minutes. Then rinse thoroughly.

To the degreaser


3 Microdermabrasion


Homogenize. Prior to the glycolic acid peel, there is a nanoneedling treatment that removes dead skin cells, callusus, and any remaining bumps. The subsequent peel is less irritable and provides uniform exfoliation.

How to: Set the NeedlingPen to the highest power level, and the needle module to the desired length (follow device instructions). Do not move the NeedlingPen in circular motions. Instead, move the NeedlingPen in a straight line twice over each area of skin. Cleanse the area with the Facial Cleansing Sponge and ample water.


To the needle modules


4 Acid Peel


Just exfoliate. Our glycolic acid peeling is great for cell renewal and correcting photoaging damage. 

How to: Remove the glycolic acid with a disposable syringe and safely dispose of the cannula. Evenly apply the acid peel to the skin area and spread with the Chemical Peel Brush. To increase the effectiveness and further penetrate the acid peel, move the NeedlingPen over the acid peel in circular motions. Additional layers of the acid peel can be applied (if needed) but do so before the previous layer dries. Do not apply more than 5 layers. Observe exposure times.


To exfoliate


5 Neutralization

Stop it! Our neutralizing solution regulates the pH value of your skin after the acid peel and immediately stops the chemical action of the peeling process and prevents overpeel.

How to: Remove excess lactic acid with a cotton pad. Apply Neutralizer Post-Peel Solution. Leave on for 2 to 4 minutes, then remove with ample water.


To the neutralizer 



Relax and calm down. The Calming Face Mask soothes, cools, and regenerates your skin after peeling. Redness, irritation, and dryness are immediately reduced. The mask can be used on all body parts.

How to:Remove the mask from the packaging and remove both protective films. Apply the mask to the face and evenly distribute the excess with a brush and leave on for 10 to 15 minutes. Remove mask and gently massage in the excess serum.


To the mask




SOS: The Repair Cream has a calming effect on stressed skin and restores your skin's pH value. It repairs the skin’s barrier, regulates its pH value, and provides an intensively nourishing effect.

How to: Open the individually wrapped sachet and gently massage into the skin in circular motions. Allow to fully absorb, do not rinse.


To the repair cream




Following your treatment, your skin is highly sensitive. Protect your skin from UV radiation and minimize the risk and complications of unwanted effects. Our UV protection cream is free from all nanoparticles.

How to: Spray the cream to the desired skin area and massage into the skin in circular motions. Allow the cream to absorb into the skin.


For sun protection 

Frequently Asked Questions

Matrixpeel™ is our step-by-step, exfoliation treatment that follows a series of sequential steps: nanodermabrasion, chemical peeling, and nanoneedling, which exfoliate your skin to support skin renewal and improve its structure. In contrast to conventional acid peels, our unique exfoliation process allows you to benefit from a more uniform exfoliation and a deeper absorption of the chemical peel’s active ingredients. Our process allows you to personalize your treatment to target your specific skin indications and concerns and ensures that you receive the best treatment results.
Various factors influence the depth of the fruit acid peel. These factors include: the type of acid, its concentration and pH level, skin type, the exposure time, and the number of layers applied. The Glycolic Peel 20% with a pH value of 1.6 – 2.0 can be applied for a level 1, level 2, and level 3 peeling. The peel can be used with epidermal as well as deep peeling endpoints.
This depends on how the acid peel is applied and the various factors mentioned above. An acid peel will remove everything from the outer stratum corneum (level 1) to the epidermal skin layer (level 2). For a level 2 peeling, the stratum corneum is removed immediately and will not continue to peel afterwards. If glycolic acid is used for a level 3 peeling, the skin will continue to peel off withing a few days.
Erythema is a dermatologist term for abnormal redness or inflammation of the skin, which occurs after an acid peel treatment. It has a significant influence on the downtime after treatment. The results of an acid peel can be classified as “low” (level 1) ,“light” (level 2), and “strong” (level 3).
Frosting occurs when an acid peel breaks down the epidermal or dermal proteins and leaves remnants of salt crystal residue that look like white spots on the surface of the skin. The acid peel creates a controlled keratocoagulation of the skin epidermal and dermal proteins and serves as a visual element for the practitioner to determine if the acid has reached a specific skin layer. Once this is determined, the acid peel is then neutralized and removed. Frosting occurs with medium and deep acid peels. A lactic peel only affects the epidermal layer and will have no frosting effect.
If an adverse or unwanted skin reaction occurs or the client feels unwell, it is imperative to terminate the treatment immediately and follow the treatment guidelines. The neutralizer is immediately applied, which is a post-peel solution that stops the peeling in a controlled method. This is mandatory to prevent over-peeling and unwanted side effects, such as hyperpigmentation, chemical burns, or scarring.
You will feel confident again after one day to two days at the very most. Use sufficient sun protection. For a level 3 peeling, a downtime of 14 days can be expected.

Immediately after applying the peeling, your client may experience slight redness and a burning sensation. If your client finds this feeling unbearable, remove the peeling according to the guidelines before the specified exposure time.

Possible side effects include temporary skin redness (erythema), peeling and crusting, a change in skin texture and slow healing. Bacterial or viral infections may occur. In exceptional cases, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation may occur. All side effects can be effectively prevented with the right aftercare (Photo Protector).

It is highly advised to not undergo the treatment if you suffer from or have the following:

  • Allergies, epilepsy, infections or any autoimmune diseases, respiratory infections, any other heart-related illnesses, or skin infections of the treated area.
  • Any illness or disease that is treated with medications that may alter the normal Reepithelisierung of the skin e.g., diabetes, Mediterranean amnesia, etc.
  • Those who are undergoing chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or high-dose corticosteroid therapy.
  • Visible tissue swelling (edema) or bruises to the treatment area.
  • Retrovirus or viral diseases e.g., hepatitis A, B, C, D, E or F, HIV infections, or an acute local skin infections e.g. herpes, rosacea, acne, couperose, herpes, rashes or eczema.
  • A person under the age of 18 years without parental or guardian consent.
  • A person taking blood thinning medication, a blood-clotting disorder, an open wound, a chronic wound, a skin disease, scar keloids, nerve damage, or warts.
  • You are pregnant or breast feeding.

Your way to better skin.

Are you ready?

Start now and correct photoaging damage with our Photoaging Exfoliation Set that includes high-efficacy products, step-by-step instructions, first-class customer support, and professional video tutorials. Then start treating UV-induced wrinkles and fine lines with fruit acid now. 

To the set