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Exfoliation acids AHA and PHA


Mandelic acid                                                                                                           £ 30

       It has a revitalizing, antiseptic and bleaching action. Reduces small wrinkles, reduces melasma (skin discoloration, pigmentation). Brightens superficial and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation of the skin, regulates seborrhea of ​​the skin, improves acne skin condition with black heads, purulent and inflammatory changes.

    Blackheads are removed, the skin is fresh and with a healthy color. During the treatment the skin is also gently exfoliated, allowing for better regeneration, skin is hydrated and supple. Almond acids best meet the needs of skin problems associated with the hepatic secretion of sebum and lack of inline balance, as well as those who want to improve the appearance of skin using active, but non-invasive dermo-cosmetic treatments.

 

 

 

Glycolic acid                                                                                                              £ 30

   It is prepared from the juice of sugar cane. Works exfoliating, stimulates skin regeneration processes, has a great effect on the dermis, and increases its thickness without causing inflammation.

   Removes discoloration (freckles, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation), accelerates cell renewal. Reduces fine and deep wrinkles - rejuvenation effect - through the increased production of collagen fibers. Reduces scars, acne symptoms, prevents skin aging. It softens, smoothes and hydrates the skin and improves its color and texture.

 

 

 

Almond + lactobionic acid                                                                                      £ 30

   Causes exfoliation of the surface of cells, stimulating skin repair mechanisms. Thanks to the unique properties of water binding in the epidermis, it enhances its protective barrier and stimulates fibroblasts to produce collagen fibers and strengthens the elasticity of blood vessels. It is a potent antioxidant.