Photo damaged skin, spot blemishes
Lactic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid obtained from fermented milk , that diminishes the cohesion of the surface skin cells and subsequently prevents the thickening of the stratum corneum. Lactic acid is absorbed across the stratum corneum and assists in cell detachment from that level removing aging cells, debris and pollutants attached to the skin surface. Stimulates new healthy skin cells production and increases collagen formation. Increase hydration. Cleans clogged pores. The resulting smoothness and flexibility of the skin’s surface is evident soon after application.
Peels do not stop penetrating the skin until neutralized. The skin may be a bit pink, thigh and dry following the peel.
Skin type: Normal, dry, users that do not tolerate glycolic acid peeling.
Skin tone: Caucasian, Mediterranean, Asian, Hispanic, Black.
Targets: More than 20 years old. Women and men interested in maintain rejuvenated and youthful skin.
Skin is refreshed without irritation and scratching. Helps to brighten irregular pigmentation. Helps to minimize the appearance of fine lines. Reduces redness.
Improves: Anti-aging, spot blemishes, crow’s feet, enlarged pores, photo damaged skin, youth protection, scaly skin, hyper-pigmentation, ingrown hairs, men’s skin, uneven skin texture, uneven skin tone.
Goals: Sun damage, breakouts, uneven skin tone, improves fine lines and wrinkles, age spots.
Layer depth: Superficial .
Face, décolleté, hands and body.
Do not use in summer. For external use only. Do not apply to broken or peeling skin. Immediately rinse with water and discontinue use if excessive redness or irritation occurs. Keep out of reach of children.
After the peeling moisturize the skin with EMULSION NUTRIPEEL and apply SPF 30 to protect the renewed skin from damage during the day, every day (not only in sunny days).
Treatment with oral retinoids, herpes, warts, after surgery, during pregnancy or lactation, rosacea, atopic dermatitis.
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Bottle 50 mL (1.76 fl.oz)