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Facial peeling is performed with different used acids.
 

Lactic acid

Best suited for the treatment of fine wrinkles and photoaging. It can be applied to all phototypes and light skin problems. Stimulates the production of collagen, elastin and other components of the skin.

Properties: the main ingredient of this formula is lactic acid, an alpha - hydroxy acid derived from milk that has fermented.

It has various dermatological properties, such as:

  • break the bonds between keratinocytes of the stratum corneum helping to remove them (scaling) and gradually eliminate them.

  • interact with fibroblast receptors stimulating production of proteoglycans and collagen in the skin.

  • significantly moisturizes the skin.

Product indications: peeling with lactic acid is used to correct defects in the skin such as chloasma, melasma, acne, scars, stains, epidermal, average or deep wrinkles, post-inflammatory spots, photoaging marks, expression lines and rosacea.

 

Mandelic acid

Alpha-hydroxy derivative from almond, especially useful for photoaging skin exhibitting a combination of acne and hyperpigmentation.

Advantages: does not create visible changes in the skin of patients.

The changes are gradual, allowing the patient to continue normal daily activities. This type of peeling has antiseptic properties, distinguishing it from the other alpha - hydroxy acids (glycolic and lactic), may be applied to Akneic or oily skin.

Properties: The main component of this formula is mandelic acid, an alpha - hydroxy acid produced from the almonds.

It has various dermatological properties, such as:

  • Break the bonds between keratinocytes of the stratum corneum helping to remove them (peeling) and gradually eliminate them.

  • Interact with fibroblast receptors stimulating production of skin proteoglycans and collagen.

  • Hydrates the skin significantly.

Indications: it's used to correct skin defects such as chloasma, melasma, acne, scars, stains, epidermal, average or deep wrinkles, photoaging or actinic aging, expression lines and rosacea.

 

Salicylic acid

Ideal for the treatment of closed comedones, allowing a thinning of the stratum corneum to facilitate the removal of comedones and export sebum. It is also used to eliminate scars of acne, hyperkeratosis, discoloration due to photoaging and wrinkles. Indicated Acneic, oily skin with intense resources.

Properties: Salicylic acid is a beta - hydroxy with keratolytic activity. Reduces the consistency of keratinocytes, causing rupture of the links of the epidermal cells. This results in detachment from the skin surface (epidermolysis) and the final destruction. Salicylic acid stimulates the skin and rejuvenates the skin. Improves the appearance of skin prone to acne clearing the comedones, chloasma cleans and rejuvenates aging skin.

Indications: it's used to correct defects of the skin such as chloasma, melasma, acne scars, blemishes, superficial, medium or deep wrinkles, signs of photoaging or actinic aging, expression lines and rosacea.

 

Glycolic acid

For the treatment of fine wrinkles and photoaging.

It can be applied to all phototypes and light skin problems. Stimulates the production of collagen, elastin and other components of the skin. It is also useful for acne treatment.

Improves skin pigmentation spots and melasma from the combined action of its sensitivity at sunlight exposure, without the risk of hyperpigmentation and photosensitivity after treatment exfoliation.

Properties: The main component of glycolic acid is an alpha - hydroxy acid, which is derived from sugar cane, which has Dis including great dermatological properties.

 
 
   
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