Salicylic acid is the main active peeling agent. It acts as a strong antiseptic and anti-inflammatory.
Salicylic peeling has a powerful antiseptic effect, as well as pronounced cleansing properties, it helps to normalize the functioning of the sebaceous glands and narrow pores. It is also good because it effectively works with other types of peels that help in the treatment of oily, acne-prone skin.
Salicylic acid has a powerful anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect, and also reduces the activity of the sebaceous and sweat glands.
Due to its easy lipid hydrolysis, salicylic acid provides excellent exfoliation, i.e. cleansing the skin surface from dead cells. In sufficient concentration, salicylic acid has the ability to coagulate microbial proteins.
As a result of peeling, active peeling of the same depth occurs, the skin is renewed, the cell cycle returns to normal, and collagen is formed with renewed vigor. After the procedure, wrinkles and age spots disappear, the face is tightened, fresher and acquires a healthy color and an even tone.
Salicylic peeling 20%
Does not penetrate deeply into the skin;
Has no post-peel side effect;
Has a strong anti-inflammatory, antiseptic effect;
It prevents the formation of comedones, softens the existing ones.
Does not require neutralization.
Salicylic peeling with a low% content is ideal as a preparatory procedure before cleansing the face.
- Oily skin, acne, comedones, deep comedones
- acne I and II degree, post-acne, psoriasis, rosacea
- fine mesh of wrinkles, photoaging
- actinic hyperkeratosis
- violation of skin microrelief
- increased skin turgor
- as a bactericidal, sebostatic action
- decrease in the secretion of the sebaceous, sweat glands
- violation of the integrity of the skin
- inflammation of the skin
- herpes in active form
- severe somatic diseases
- pregnancy, lactation
- individual intolerance
- taking hypoglycemic drugs, sulfanyl urea derivatives, drugs with zinc oxide.
Safety engineering. Mandatory testing for sensitivity and allergic reaction (preliminary application to the bend of the elbow or in the area behind the ear)
Recommended number of procedures: for face and décolleté 5-7 procedures every 1-2 weeks; for the skin of the hands 3-5 sessions once a month.
Minimum exposure time: 3-5 minutes can be gradually increased to 8 minutes. It bakes strongly, it is necessary to blow the face during the procedure.
first session – exposure for 1 min
Salicylic acid – 20%