All-season chemical peels
Due to its variety, chemical peels are an effective remedy for solving most aesthetic problems: acne and post-acne, hyperkeratosis, enlarged pores, pigmentation, photo- and chrono-aging, wrinkles, etc.
We are used to the peeling season from late autumn to the end of March. This is true when it comes to middle peels. Because after using them, there is a great risk of getting pigmentation. We adhere to these recommendations.
However, there are all-season, superficial or summer peels that can be used all year round. they do not damage the dermis, penetrating no deeper than the basement membrane, but act only on the keratinized layers of the epidermis. That is, in fact, it is a very gentle procedure for the skin.
Age recommendations for superficial peels.
For aged skin from 45 to 60 years old, deep and middle peels are more suitable. Superficial peels, depending on the problem, can be done from the age of 18. From 30 years of age and older, it is recommended to undergo a course of treatment with chemical peels 1 - 2 times a year for 5 - 10 sessions.
Classification of superficial peels:
- hardware surface peels (ultrasonic and diamond);
- chemical surface peels, for example, pyruvic, ferulic, almond, etc.
This peel is based on alpha hydroxy acid derived from bitter almond kernels.
Effects of mandelic acid on the skin:
- loosens the upper layers of the epidermis;
- inhibits the growth of microbes and bacteria;
- cleans the mouths of the pores;
- blocks the action of free radicals;
- regulates the production of sebum;
- stimulates the formation of collagen;
- prevents the formation of pigments.
This peel is based on alpha hydroxy acid obtained from the plant Ferula of the umbrella family.
Ferulic acid action on the skin:
- neutralizes free radicals;
- reduces skin photosensitivity;
- anti-inflammatory effect;
- stimulates: metabolic processes in cells, collagen and elastin synthesis;
- strengthens the walls of blood vessels;
- enhances the protective properties of the skin;
- brightens the skin.
This peel is based on alpha-ketopropionic acid, derived from tartaric and lactic acids. It is found in all tissues of our body, being an intermediate product of the synthesis of amino acids.
Effect of pyruvic acid on the skin:
- stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin;
- prevents thickening of the stratum corneum of the epidermis;
- forms a moisturizing film;
- normalizes the production of sebum;
The basis of this peel is a dibasic saturated carboxylic acid. It is obtained by biochemical oxidation of oleic acid (found in olive oil) or linoleic acid.
Action of azelaic acid on the skin:
- regulating the production of sebum, improves the condition of oily skin;
- strengthens blood vessels;
- stimulates the production of collagen and elastin;
- evens out skin tone, prevents the formation of pigments;
- suppresses bacterial activity;
- prevents the formation of hyperkeratosis.
- dissolves stagnant spots;
- has an antiseptic effect;
- inhibits the production of melanin, eliminating the appearance of pigmentation;
The basis of this peeling is lactic acid, which is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates in the human body and is formed during the breakdown of glucose.
Effect of lactic acid on the skin:
- is able to attract and retain moisture around itself;
- neutralizes the action of free radicals;
- rejuvenates the skin by promoting the production of collagen and elastin;
- has a whitening effect;
- causes the process of exfoliation of the skin.
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