London, UK. March 10, 2015
Mandelic and Salicylic: Safest options to fade skin imperfections.
There are two primary factors that cause skin to age, the natural aging process (chronological aging) and environmental factors (damage from the solar radiations). Although it is not possible to turn back the hands of time, the effects of aging can be dramatically slowed down and improved; enhancing people´s skin health and self-esteem.
Chemical Peels are minimally invasive, in-office procedures used to improve skin color, tone and texture. They help even out pigmentation, improve fine lines and wrinkles and restore a healthy glow to sun damaged skin.
Darker skin types (Fitzpatrick types IV to VI), sensitive skin and tanned skin are more difficult to treat with some peels owing to the increased risk to experience side effects, such as rush, redness and hyper pigmentation. In darker races, the choice of the peeling agent becomes relatively limited.
Mandelic acid is one of the largest alpha hydroxy acids, which penetrates the epidermis slowly and uniformly, making it an ideal peeling agent for sensitive skins. Salicylic acid penetrates the skin quickly, and provides an additional benefit of decreasing the risks of hyper pigmentation. Thus, the combination of these two agents is an effective peeling treatment especially for ethnic skin.
Mandelic acid lightens darkly pigmented areas like sunspots and melasma, while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, refining skin texture. It gives skin a smoother, more youthful and more radiant appearance. With anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory activity, and capacity to increase sloughing of dead skin cells, makes it a beneficial ingredient for acne sufferers. In combination with Salicylic acid, results are enhanced, promoting a clear complexion and avoiding future breakouts.
Alternative series of md:peel mandelic 40 and md:peel salicylic 20 deliver powerful antioxidant and anti-age benefits, leading to a more hydrated, glowing and healthy skin. It is an excellent choice for people who have experienced irritation with other Alpha Hydroxy acids, as it causes significantly less redness, flaking and skin irritation.
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