Peels are a great way to rejuvenate your skin to reduce the signs of wrinkles. A
micro peel is the lightest of all the peels and it can be customized to your skin type. They have a more gradual effect on superficial wrinkles. The advantages of a micro peel include no recovery time and they help reduce your pore size and brighten your complexion.
The micro peel includes a technique called dermaplaning, which is the secret to soft, wrinkle-free skin. Using a micro-thin blade to shave your face, dermaplaning tricks your body into thinking it has an injury so it will begin repairing itself right away. The environmentally damaged skin is exfoliated off and the skin is forced to create new, healthy, plump cells while promoting the realignment of collagen.
Dermaplaning is often used in conjunction with other peels including enzymes, alpha hydroxy acid, and glycolic acid to work on the superficial epithelial layers. These peels increase the density and organization of collagen and elastic fibers, helping to decrease pigmentation in the treated skin. Beta hydroxy acid is the use of salicylic acid.
This peel is beneficial for those with acne and hyperpigmentation. Fruit acids are considered to be an antioxidant, and over time have shown to reverse signs of age and enhance moisture retention
The PRX-T33 biorevitalization peel is an innovative technique of TCA peel that stimulates the regeneration of the skin without involving exfoliation of the epidermis. It helps to strengthen the radiance and brightness of the skin, correct skin imperfections of the skin, and reduce stretch marks. The bio revitalization peel is indicated for patients who want to obtain the result of a TCA peel without its side effects while benefiting from the plumping effect permitted by mesotherapy. The PRX-T33 peel represents the latest generation TCA peel. It is based on an innovative formula composed of 33% TCA (Trichloroacetic acid, the active ingredient of a peel), 5% Kojic acid and Hydrogen peroxide (H202). The TCA PRX-T33 peel is developed by the WIQOMed laboratory and distributed in France by the Novelskin laboratory. The effectiveness of this new type of TCA peel has been proven in 10 years of clinical studies. In 2015, more than 100,000 patients were treated.
The presence of hydrogen peroxide (commonly "hydrogen peroxide") modulates the action of TCA, which prevents desquamation. Despite a higher TCA than traditional peels (around 15-20%), the biorevitalization peel induces almost no side effects.
The biorevitalization peel PRX-T33 is indicated for patients wishing to:
Customers have questions, you have answers. A chemical peel is a skin-resurfacing procedure that uses a solution of various chemicals that are applied to the skin. Chemical peel solutions cause the top layer of skin to peel off in order to hopefully smooth the surface of the skin and provide other benefits like fading fine lines and scars. Most chemical peels have a gel-like consistency and are applied to the face, though sometimes peels are used on other parts of the body, such as the neck, hands, or chest. After being applied to the skin, chemical peels intentionally make the skin blister and then peel, although chemical peels are now considered safer than in years past and are less likely to leave skin feeling “raw.” The purpose of peels is to remove dull surface skin cells, which typically leads to an improvement in fine lines, acne, discoloration, and more. Something you might not realize about the benefits of a chemical peel? Recent advances in chemical peel procedures mean that they help to deposit skin-healing ingredients into the skin, such as collagen, that can reduce lines and help improve tone. And after the top layer of your skin sheds following a peel, cells begin to increase collagen production and make more hyaluronic acid, both of which have anti-aging effects.
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