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Peeling

Azelaine peeling is one of the most popular in cosmetology practice, due to its soft surface and non-aggressive action. This peeling does not have a rehabilitation period, does not lead to roughening of the skin and does not block the lumen of the sebaceous gland.

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Azelaic acid has a number of very valuable properties, giving the skin:

  • protection against microbes;
  • elimination of inflammatory processes;
  • neutralization of free radicals;
  • smoothing out small wrinkles and irregularities;
  • normalization of the functioning of the sebaceous glands;
  • preventing the formation and elimination of existing pigment spots;
  • bleaching

Indications for the procedure:

  • rosacea
  • acne;
  • postaсne;
  • folliculitis – inflammation of the hair follicle;
  • couperosis and other pathological changes of the skin.

Azelaine peeling is carried out in a course of 3 – 10 procedures, depending on the problem to be solved and the degree of development of the problem. The time interval between sessions should be from 1 to 2 weeks. It is recommended to repeat the course of procedures no earlier than after 6 months.

Types of peeling

Surface chemical peeling TCA & AHApeel TCA 15%, ANA complex 5% (glycolic 40%, lactic 10%, citric 10%, malic 5% and tartaric 5% acids)
It is suitable for all skin types and has a short rehabilitation period.
Trichloroacetic acid, which is part of the peeling, causes coagulation of protein structures, giving pronounced caustic and exfoliating effects. Improves elasticity by activating microcirculatory vessels with subsequent increase in hydration and neocollagenesis. Glycolic acid activates the process of division of basal keratinocytes and stimulates the synthesis of collagen and glycosaminoglycans by fibroblasts. Lactic acid increases the total amount of ceramides, stimulates the synthesis of type 1 ceramides, restoring the barrier functions of the stratum corneum. Intensively moisturizes (NMF component).

Accelerates peeling and regeneration processes. Illuminates. Citric acid has astringent, cleansing and whitening effects. Malic acid has antioxidant, cleansing, moisturizing, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. Tartaric acid whitens and cleanses. Provides pronounced antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Arnica extract relieves inflammation, soothes, has a venotonic effect. Reduces the severity of the vascular reaction, reduces edema. Accelerates the skin recovery process after peeling. Suppresses melanin synthesis, correcting hyperpigmentation.

Indications for the procedure:

  • atonic skin
  • photoaging
  • hyperkeratosis
  • change in the relief of the skin
  • problem skin
  • hyperpigmentation, including UV-induced
  • scars, including postacne

The course of procedures is from 2 to 7, the interval between procedures is 10 – 14 days.

Surface chemical peeling Jessnerpeel (Resorcin 14% Salicylic acid 14% Lactic acid 18%).
Resorcinol, which is part of the composition, has a keratolytic and caustic effect. Provides epithelialization and healing, stimulates tissue regeneration. Eliminates the inflammatory process, thanks to its viscous and antiseptic effect. Suppresses the process of melanin formation, reducing the severity of hyperpigmentation. Salicylic acid has a pronounced keratolytic effect both on the skin surface and on follicular hyperkeratosis. Opens the ducts of the sebaceous glands and restores the outflow of sebum. Due to its lipophilicity, salicylic acid eliminates inflammation and suppresses the microbial flora at the level of the sebaceous gland itself.

Accelerates regeneration processes, strengthening microcirculation. Lactic acid binds and retains moisture, creating the effect of balanced hydration in the epidermis (NMF component). Activates immunity and synthesis of ceramides, restoring the barrier properties of the skin. Normalizes the process of keratinization in the epidermis. It has an anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effect, returning the hydrolipid mantle to a slightly acidic pH. Reduces the density of comedones and the size of pores.

Indications for the procedure:

  • withered skin
  • photoaging
  • hyperkeratosis
  • change in the relief of the skin
  • problem skin
  • hyperpigmentation, including UV-induced
  • scars, including postacne
  • stretch marks and stretch marks

The course of procedures is from 2 to 7, the interval between procedures is 10 – 14 days.

Almond peeling is a gentle surface peeling. Suitable even for thin and sensitive skin. Mandelic acid is a natural remedy obtained by extracting bitter almonds, due to its large molecule, peeling has a very mild surface effect and does not have a rehabilitation period.

The properties of mandelic acid have the following effect:

  • effectively exfoliates dead epidermal cells from the surface,
  • evens out the skin,
  • smoothes it has an anti-inflammatory effect has a pronounced rejuvenating effect,
  • smoothing fine mimic wrinkles,
  • restoring skin elasticity activates the production of natural collagen in skin tissues and improves its elasticity
  • normalizes the natural metabolic processes in tissues,
  • regulates the production of sebum,
  • therefore it is suitable for both oily and dry skin

Almond peeling is a procedure that can be performed even during the period of solar activity, since mandelic acid does not have a pronounced photosensitizing effect (it does not contribute to the appearance of hyperpigmentation).

The course of procedures is from 5 to 10, the in terval between procedures is 7 – 10 days.

Features of preparation for chemical peeling and post-procedural care:

  • before the procedure, a consultation with a specialist is required to determine the type of peeling and, if necessary, an allergy test the use of preparations with a low acid content (5-10%) in the form of washing gels or tonics for skin preparation use of products with a protective factor (SPF) of at least 30 – 50
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