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Beauty Power Peel

Say good bye to facials. Now you can replace your facials with more efficient peels.

Beauty power peel is a progressive chemical peel. Within a few hours after the treatment, micro circulation increases, oxygen supply to the skin improves and supply of nourishing substances takes place. Application of the peel results in a raised level of glycosaminoglycans, such as polysaccharides responsible for the retention of water; this is the main factor which instantly increases firmness and tightness of the skin and, in consequence, makes wrinkles more shallow.

This is a simple treatment which brings the same benefits as more aggressive chemical peels, with an additional advantage of negligible nuisance to the patient. The exfoliation effect is insignificant and the appearance of skin immediately after the treatment does not constitute a limitation for professionally active people.

Power Peel stimulates through retinoic acid and, thanks to the impact of 3 other ingredients – phytic acid, kojic acid and azelaic acid – it also acts as a blockade of endogenic melanin synthesis, while removing existing discolorations and preventing the development of new ones.

Best For

Wrinkles
Acne Marks
Discolorations
Hyperpigmentation
Photoaging
Superficial melasma

Side Effects

After a Chemical peel the common side effects are stinging, redness, and peeling of the skin which is normal. These are the result of the peels' chemical action. The peel removes the old upper layer of the skin to reveal new, fresher skin. The redness and peeling of the skin are the most common side effects. The strength of the solution used for the chemical peel will determine how much redness will occur, and how long the redness will last. The side effects varies from person to person. In most cases the side effects disappear within a week.

Due to the powerful active ingredients contained in power peel an allergic patch test is recommended. The patch test is done one day before applying the peel. The patch test can be done on any area that is close to the lymph nodes.
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