The key component of this chemical peel is trichloroacetic acid, a strong professional-grade acid that increases skin collagen production and lightens pigmentation caused by sun damage. Dark spots and post-acne marks are eliminated and free radicals are removed. Stubborn pimples, blackheads and even hormonal cysts respond to this biostimulating chemical peel that cleanses pores, exfoliates dead skin cells and improves skin texture. Unlike most other peels, it can be used at any time of year and with any skin as an exfoliator.
Vitamins and amino acids saturate the skin with beneficial elements, being soothing ingredients while moisturizing and soothing the skin. Immediately after the peel, patients report softer, smoother skin. BioRePeelCl3 peeling improves the complexion. Vitamins give the skin better texture and make large pores look smaller.
Salicylic acid and other acids, which are components of the peel, are especially useful for treating acne and blackheads. Salicylic acid is a strong comedolytic agent, which means that it helps clear pores. The acids help regulate the oiliness of the skin. Regular BioRePeelCl3 peels can help improve both inflammatory and comedonal blackheads. Acid peels with citric and salicylic acids are also used as an anti-aging treatment. While they cannot erase deep lines and wrinkles, they can soften fine lines and restore lost skin tone.
The advantages of BioRePeelCl3 peeling include the following points:
– After the procedure, there are no traces;
– the effect of the manipulation is immediately visible;
– no anesthetic is required;
– peeling can be used for the entire body;
– the procedure does not last long;
– there is no binding peeling to seasonality: you can perform the procedure at any time of year.
The versatility of peeling, the combination of the properties of several procedures in one, the effectiveness and durability determine the increasing demand for the peel among patients.
To get the maximum effect of peeling, it is important to know the indications and contraindications for the procedure. The indications for this peel are:
– Hyperpigmentation of the skin;
– uneven shade of skin;
– traces of postacne;
– Age-related skin changes: loss of elasticity, firmness;
– expression lines;
– Changes to the skin caused by exposure to sunlight;
Contraindications to the procedure is a small list of factors that must also be considered before deciding to manipulate. Among the contraindications are the following:
– Individual intolerance to the constituent components;
– Allergy to salicylates;
– pregnancy and lactation;
– Inflammatory processes in the target area;
– violations of the integrity of the skin in the target area.
It is also worth considering taking certain medications. If the patient is on a course of isotretinoin, it is not recommended to perform the peel until 6 months after withdrawal of the medication.
In addition, some prescription medications, especially for acne or anti-aging, such as retinoids, already cause rapid exfoliation of the skin. Pairing with citric and salicylic acids can cause skin irritation.