Face Peelings (Exfoliations)

MANDELIC ACID: owing to its specific molecular structure, it ensures smooth and safe exfoliation that activates division in live epidermal layers. It orders its structure, increasing the tenacity of deeper epidermal layers. Mandelic acid is one of the alpha-hydroxy acids and is obtained during the hydrolysis process of the extract from bitter almonds. It has unique antibacterial properties, ensuring optimal care for oily skin and skin with acne. It facilitates dark spot fading, offering uniform skin complexion. It stimulates growth of collagen and elastin synthesis in the skin, thus improving its flexibility. Exfoliation with mandelic acid has broad application, and can be administered to practically everyone – in particular to people with problematic skin. The acid is well tolerated, does not cause reddening, just slight burning sensation during the treatment.
LACTOBIONIC ACID: is a new generation poly alpha-hydroxy acid. It causes exfoliation of the surface stratum corneum cells, stimulating repair mechanisms of the skin. Owing to its unique properties of binding water in the epidermis, it enhances its protective barrier. It stimulates fibroblasts for production of collagen fibres. It prevents creation of telangiectasia, improving flexibility of blood vessels. It is a strong antioxidant.
LACTIC ACID: intense hydration action, normalises epidermis exfoliation processes by eliminating corneous cell layers. It stimulates ceramides production in the skin, owing to which it tightens the lipid barrier of the epidermis, reducing water loss from the skin. It prevents blocking up outlets of sebaceous glands, has antibacterial properties, thus preventing generation of inflammatory focuses.
INDICATIONS FOR TREATMENT:acne; rosacea; oily skin,with seborrhoea, blackheads ;folliculitis;melasma ;ageing of the skin;
photo-ageing ;revitalisation of the skin ;as peeling for sensitive skin
TREATMENT EFFECTS:rejuvenates ;tightens ;smoothens ; tones the skin; harmonises the complexion; fades dark spots ; has bacteriostatic properties (helpful for acne treatment);reduces and regulates excessive sebum production ;reduces fine lines has keratolytic effect.

GLYCOLIC (HYDROXYACETIC) ACID: belongs to the alpha-hydroxy-acid (AHA) family, which naturally occur in the environment. Glycolic acid is obtained from the sugar cane juice. Its advantage is a broad spectrum of action and high effectiveness, which allows for eliminating various skin problems. Glycolic acid has strong exfoliating properties, eliminating blackheads, and allowing for reduction of excess stratum corneum of the epidermis. Furthermore, it is applied in cosmetology for the purpose of increasing collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycan synthesis. By increasing epidermis permeation, it supports the penetration of de-pigmentation agents and vitamins.
INDICATIONS FOR TREATMENT:ageing of the skin ; photo-ageing; fine lines ; oily skin ;acne – in form of: papules, blackheads, pustulas of small intensity ; dry and rough skin ;revitalisation of the skin ; pigmentation problems ;scars, lacunas
TREATMENT EFFECTS:exfoliates dead epidermis;loosens the bonds between dead cells; facilitates penetration of active components;
stimulates fibroblasts for production of collagen and elastin; improves hydration;reduces wrinkles and shallow post-acne lesions ;inhibits dark spot formation;regulates sebum secretion process;purifying effect;increases effectiveness of care products; harmonises the complexion.