ZENA LACTIC 30% PEEL
Lactic peeling refers to acid peels, it is a lactic acid solution. It is recommended for those who have sensitive skin or have contraindications to chemical peels. Lactic peeling refers to superficial light peels, that is, it has a gentle effect on the skin. It is often recommended as an addition to comprehensive skin rejuvenation programs. Lactic peels are used to prepare the skin for more serious cosmetic procedures. Lactic acid used for peeling activates metabolic processes in the skin. Lactic peels help restore moisture balance in the skin. The main advantage of peeling is that lactic acid is a natural substance for the human body and therefore, it does not cause allergic reactions, the skin after Lactic peeling practically never becomes inflamed.
Lactic acid - has a pronounced moisturising and exfoliating effect. Lactic acid, penetrating into the epidermis, eliminates dead skin cells, evens out its surface, relieves inflammation, brightens areas with excessively strong pigmentation, eliminates redness on the skin, stimulates skin cell renewal, and triggers collagen production. The advantage of milk peeling, in comparison with other types of peeling, is that it does not dry out the skin and restores the skin's own defences. Lactic peeling is effective for both dry and oily skin.
When applying peeling, you must use a sunscreen with at least SPF 3O + + daily.
Stages of Lactic peeling:
1. Pre-peeling preparation
2. Make-up removal and cleansing
5. Peeling (applying directly lactic acid)
7. Soothing and moisturising the skin
8. Post-peeling care at home
The instructions for almost all cosmetic products for chemical peeling recommend pre-peeling preparation. For 7-14 days before the procedure, use a cream with 15% phenoxyglycolic acid or a pre-peeling gel with AHA acids at night to prepare the skin, that is, to make it smoother and more susceptible to peeling. On the day of the procedure, we do not use cream and gel at night in the morning.
Lactic peels should be started with a minimum acid exposure time, after having done a sensitivity test. With this option, the course of procedures is significantly increased to obtain a lasting and desired result.
2. Makeup remover, cleansing, toning
Makeup removal is carried out as standard by your professional cosmetics line. For additional effect and skin cleansing, use a toner. Pre-peeling is used for better penetration of lactic acid during peeling, as well as to check the sensitivity of the skin to the drug used. We also recommend applying pre-peeling with glycolic and lactic acids to the skin of the face and neck.
Without washing off the pre-peeling, the cosmetologist applies lactic acid (chosen by the cosmetologist, depending on the problem) for 8-12 minutes (if the peeling is performed for the first time, the exposure time is reduced to 3-5 minutes). The time, how many layers to apply and the concentration is chosen by the cosmetologist, taking into account the sensitivity, color and type of skin, as well as the solution of the tasks. For certain problems, it can be mixed with other acids (consult our technologist if necessary). For example, it can be combined with mandelic acid to remove fine wrinkles in women over 30. The action of acids will be aimed at restoring the hydrolipidic barrier of the skin, increasing its water-retaining properties, and stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. Or TCA acid for skin lightening, depigmentation and tanning recovery.
Lactic peeling allows you not to use a neutraliser, but only to wash your face well with water, as it is very light and does not react with water.
5. Soothing and moisturising the skin
At the end of the procedure, you should use a soothing mask (it is good when silk and extracts are included in such a mask). The exposure time of the mask is about 20 minutes. And then a post-peel moisturiser is applied.
6. Post-peeling rehabilitation
May include 1-2 treatments in the salon, or home care. If you have very sensitive and problem skin, and it is imperative to use restorative home care products. Post-peeling agents are recommended and selected by a beautician; they have a pronounced moisturising, regenerating, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, soothing and vitaminising effect.
The peeling procedure must be carried out in a course, the necessity and the period of repetition is determined only by a cosmetologist. Recommended number of procedures: 6-10 procedures with an interval of 7-10 days
Skin inflammation or active infection. Open wounds, abrasions, severely inflamed abscesses on the face
The presence of a focus of chronic infection in the body.
The period after operations on other organs.
Damage to the organs of the endocrine system (diabetes mellitus, thyrotoxicosis and others).
Taking systemic retinoids for the treatment of severe acne (Roaccutane, Acnecutan).
Violation of the integrity of the skin.
Viral diseases (herpes).
With prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays
Increased body temperature
Pregnancy and lactation
Caution: for patients with dark skin, a procedure perception test is required before peeling.
Mandatory testing for sensitivity and allergic reaction (preliminary application to the bend of the elbow or in the area behind the ear.
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