A chemical peel is a technique used by professional dermatologists to improve the skin on face, neck and hands by stripping away dry and dull skin to reveal the softer and smoother skin underneath. Through the application of a chemical solution, chemical peels achieve an non-invasive painless exfoliation that will eventually peel off the damaged skin. The new skin appears smoother and less wrinkled.
Chemical peels are appropriate for acne scars, aging skin, hyperpigmentation, melasma, chrono and photo-aging.
Depending on the skin damage, chemical peels can be superficial, medium or deep. The evaluation by a dermatologic surgeon should reveal which one to apply and which skins are not recommended to use chemical peels (pregnant women, patient with infections, broken skin and sunburns)
HOW TO USE
1.Cleanse and prep the area being treated.
2. Protection of sensitive areas.
3. Gently apply as many layers of the product as necessary according to the pathology and patient to be treated.
4. Let the product perform between 2 and 10 minutes depending on each patient.
5. Remove product with water.
- ARBUTIN. Depigmenting, whitening.
- AZELAIC ACID. Non-comedogenic, anti-microbial and soothing effect.
- CITRIC ACID. Whitening and smoothing effect.
- FERULIC ACID. Antioxidant.DNA repair. Depigmentating.
- PHYTIC ACID. Depigmentating.
- GLYCOLIC ACID. Exfoliates the skin, boosts collagen and elastin.
- KOJIC ACID. Whitening and brightening effect.
- LACTIC ACID. Antibacterial, keratolytic, epidermal reactivate, moisturizer, with a firming effect.
- MALIC ACID. Smoothing to skin restoration.
- MANDELIC ACID. Epidermal reactivated, moisturizer with a firming effect.
- PYRUVIC ACID. Exfoliating and antibacterial action.
- SALICYLIC ACID. Antiseptic and keratolytic.