- Hyperpigmentation of hormonal, sun exposure, or acne origin
- Significant loss of skin firmness and elasticity
- Strong photoageing and uneven skin texture
Retexture Brite Peel is a holistic whitening and firming treatment with unique efficacy It is a chemical peel based on high concentrations of alpha- and beta hydroxyacids. It accelerates the transfer of melanin to higher epidermal layers for subsequent exfoliation. The procedure is quite complex and multi-stage, yielding spectacular effects. It involves the delivery of strong thyrosinase inhibitors which inhibit the synthesis and distribution of melanin within the epidermis. The key element of the procedure consists in dual-stage administration of pure retinol in the form of alcoholic solution and in the form of an active serum with 1% hydroxyresorcinol corresponding to the strength of 4% hydroquinone. Liposomal technology facilitates deep and successive delivery of active substances for up to several hours after the procedure. Pure retinol inhibits the synthesis of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid, markedly flattening out wrinkles and improving skin firmness and elasticity.. The outpatient procedure marks the start of the treatment, its main and most effective part consisting in Retexture Serum home care. The cosmeceutic should be introduced into night skin care as early as on the first day after the procedure. In this stage, discolorations become lighter by ca. 60–80% thanks to the thyrosinase inhibition, accelerated keratinization and acidification of epidermal environment. Since UV radiation is the most important factor responsible for discoloration, patients should use SheerZinc SPF 30 Nude or SunArmor SPF 50 throughout the treatment and for 2 weeks after its completion.
- Moderate to extensive skin exfoliation starts on the second day after the procedure.
- Significant improvement of discolorations and overall skin color
- Improvement of skin firmness and elasticity
- Reduction in wrinkle depth
- Improvement of epidermal smoothness and texture
- A series of: 2 procedures every 28 days, twice a year