Leistern Gelb Yellow Peel - 10g

Leistern Gelb Yellow Peel - 10g

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Peeling cream-yellow GELB Peel is a light, non-irritating peeling without visible exfoliation, which has a powerful rejuvenating effect and is intended for especially discerning clients who cannot “fall out of life” during the rehabilitation period after the peeling. The use of such a peeling slows down age-related changes (due to an increase in the sensitivity and activity of retinol receptors) and maintains the optimal reparative potential of skin cells. ADVANTAGES OF PEELING: painlessness, no discomfort during and after the peeling procedure; good distribution on the skin and absorption, no yellow colour on the face after the procedure; peeling can be performed on patients with thin and sensitive skin and rosacea; minimal rehabilitation period (no exfoliation or minimal manifestations of it); no symptoms of retinoic dermatitis; fast onset and long-lasting anti-ageing effect; pronounced stimulating effect on the dermis; no complications; there is no need for isolation from society for the period of rehabilitation; the simplicity of the procedure. Peeling areas of action: normalizes the processes of differentiation and keratinization in the epidermis; activates the synthesis of components of the extracellular matrix of the dermis; has an anti-angiogenesis effect; reliably depigments; resists the action of oxidants; exhibits sebum-regulating properties; prevents the formation of comedones. Recommendations for use: suitable for any skin, including sensitive and skin with rosacea, applicable for patients of any phototype. Peeling is indicated: with reduced skin tone and turgor; with chrono- and photoaging of the skin (moderate severity), including in patients with thin and sensitive skin; for skin rejuvenation of the periorbital area; with hyperpigmentation; when caring for oily skin with enlarged pores; to combat comedones and prevent their formation.

ADVANTAGES:
• Painlessness, lack of discomfort during the peeling procedure and after
• Peeling can be done on patients with thin and sensitive skin
• Minimum rehabilitation period (no exfoliation or minimal manifestations of it)
• No symptoms of retinoic dermatitis
• Fast-onset and long-lasting anti-aging effect
• No complications
• There is no need for isolation from society for the period of rehabilitation
• Ease of performing the procedure


INDICATIONS:
Decreased skin tone and turgor
Chrono- and photoaging of the skin (moderate severity), including in
patients with thin and sensitive skin
 Rejuvenation of the skin of the periorbital area
 Hyperpigmentation
 Hyperkeratosis
 Oily skin, enlarged pores, comedones
 Acne I degree of severity
 Correction of age-related changes in patients with 4-5 skin types according to Fitzpatrick

  • Ingredients

    RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
    retinol 14%, azelaic acid 15%, kojic acid 5%, phytic acid 5%, salicylic acid 5%, crab butter, shea butter, pH 3.5.

  • How to Use

    ADVANTAGES:
    • Painlessness, lack of discomfort during the peeling procedure and after
    • Peeling can be done on patients with thin and sensitive skin
    • Minimum rehabilitation period (no exfoliation or minimal manifestations of it)
    • No symptoms of retinoic dermatitis
    • Fast-onset and long-lasting anti-aging effect
    • No complications
    • There is no need for isolation from society for the period of rehabilitation
    • Ease of performing the procedure
    INDICATIONS.
    Decreased skin tone and turgor
    Chrono- and photoaging of the skin (moderate severity), including in
    patients with thin and sensitive skin
     Rejuvenation of the skin of the periorbital area
     Hyperpigmentation
     Hyperkeratosis
     Oily skin, enlarged pores, comedones
     Acne I degree of severity
     Correction of age-related changes in patients with 4-5 skin types according to Fitzpatrick
    RECOMMENDED COURSE: 5 procedures with an interval of 10-14 days. The course is recommended to be repeated 2 times a year.

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