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The Three Types of Green Peel




GREEN PEEL Herbal Peeling Classic

During the herbal massage, the upper layers of the epidermis are removed, blood circulation, oxygen supply as well as metabolism are increased and regeneration processes are stimulated. This reduces the usual time for skin renewal from 28 days to 5 days. A new, fresh skin appears after the peeling process. The final Beauty Finish treatment provides the particularly receptive skin with nourishing ingredients.

This method can be performed with:

  • Sun-damaged skin & wrinkles (for anti-aging prophylaxis)

  • Sagging body skin (abdominal wall, upper arms, thighs, back)

  • Some types of hyperpigmentation

  • Impure skin, sebum cysts

  • Scars & stretch marks (Striae)

  • Skin prone to premature formation of wrinkles

GREEN PEEL Energy

The Energy treatment stimulates blood circulation and metabolism of the cells. This leads to a natural improvement of the skin texture without any peeling effect. The skin appears more energetic and age-related skin signs are reduced. GREEN PEEL Body Energy also offers a way to treat problem areas on almost the entire body.

This method can be performed with:

  • Wrinkles & anti-aging-prophylaxis

  • Impurities

  • Hyperpigmentations

As a body treatment, GREEN PEEL® Body Energy can be performed with:

  • Stretch marks & cellulite

  • Keratosis pilaris

  • Loss of elasticity

GREEN PEEL Hair Boost Treatment

The well-known GREEN PEEL herbs are used in combination with the specially developed Activating Scalp Massage to demonstrably help with hair loss and weak, thin hair. The special massage promotes blood circulation in the scalp. The proven herbs improve the metabolism, oxygen, and nutrient supply, stimulate the hair follicles, have a regenerating effect, strengthen the hair, and make the hair feel soft and smooth. Ideal treatment results are achieved with 3 treatments at intervals of 4 weeks.

This method can be performed with:

  • Receding hairline

  • Diffusely distributed hair loss & localised hair loss

  • Thinning hair at the upper back of the head

  • Hormonal and genetically determined hair loss

  • Weak and thinning hair


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