- Sensitive skin
- Seborrheic couperose skin
- Comedonal/papular acne
- Rosacea (initial stage)
- Epidermal discolorations
- Chronic folliculitis in men
Delicate resurfacing on the basis of azelaic acid [10%] and kojic acid [5%]. The procedure is dedicated for sensitive and discolorates skin, in the course of comedonal/papular acne as well as in the initial stage of rosacea. Kojic acid inhibits thyrosinase for a depigmentative effect. It brightens existing discolorations and prevents the development of new ones. In addition, it has an anti-inflammatory effect and regulates the function of sebaceous glands.
Azelaic acid used in depigmentation treatments inhibits the activity of thyrosinase thus regulating the skin color and brightening potential discolorations. By its keratolytic effect it regulates epidermal keratinization and reduces sebum excretion. Due to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect, azelaic acid is recommended in anti-acne treatments, including anti-rosacea treatments. Azelaic Peel is a therapeutic support for antibiotic-based anti-acne therapies. In addition, the peel contains an outstanding form of vitamin C, i.e. BV-OSC [4%] and alpha-lipoic acid [10%] for an anti-inflammatory effect and reduction in erythema and skin redness.
- Improvement of texture and color
- Brightening of post-inflammatory discolorations
- Reduction of inflammation, pimples, papulae, and comedones
- Contraction of sebaceous gland openings and reduction of seborrhea
- A series of: 6 procedures every 7 days, twice a year