Mandelac Peel. Mandelic peeling – refreshing treatment providing your skin with a glow. Perfect for problematic skin
Mandelic acid is a delicate acid with antibacterial properties, regenerating and refreshing the skin. It provides an immediate feeling of radiant and cleansed skin, without causing the slightest feeling of discomfort. It effectively increases skin resiliency.
The Mandelac Peel treatment is recommended for all skin types, including delicate and sensitive skin. Very good results are achieved in the case of ageing, acne, seborrhoea or irritated skin as well as skin with hyperpigmentation.
As a result of the treatment, the thickness of the stratum corneum is reduced, thanks to which it is easier for the active components to penetrate deep into the skin and nourish it intensely.
The Mandelac Peel procedure can be performed throughout the year. One of its advantages is the fact that it can also be performed with people who enjoy sunbathing and tanning. Even suntan is one of the treatment results.
Treatment duration: about 60 min.
TREATMENT REPETITION FREQUENCY
The treatment with the use of mandelic acid can be performed as the so-called “banquet”, one-time procedure or as a therapy consisting of a series of 6 to 10 treatments at intervals of about 7 to 10 days.
INDICATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT:
- hyperpigmentation (melasma)
- photoageing (sun spots, wrinkles, skin slackness)
- dry skin
- acne vulgaris
- exfoliated and cleaned skin
- regulation of skin tone
- reduction and regulation of sebum secretion in the skin
- lightened hyperpigmentation
- minimisation of fine lines
- alleviation of inflammation
- even and glowing tan
- faster tanning stimulation
CONTRAINDICATIONS TO THE TREATMENT:
- pregnancy, breast-feeding
- cold sore
- seborrheic dermatitis
- atopic dermatitis, allergies
After the treatment, there is little skin exfoliation, so you can immediately return to your daily activities. In order to increase the treatment effects, we offer you a combination of the mandelic peeling with ultrasonic cavitation.