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Zena AHA-44%

    PEELING AHA 44% FOR FACE PROFESSIONAL.
    IT IS A MIXTURE OF FRESH FRUIT EXTRACTS (LEMON, BLUEBERRY, APPLE, SUGARCANE AND GRAPES) WITH THE ADDITION OF A MIXTURE OF ALPHA-HYDROXY ACIDS (CITRIC, LACTIC, GLYCOLIC AND TARTARIC ACIDS) TO A TOTAL ACID CONTENT OF 44%.
    INGREDIENTS: ACIDS IN%:LACTIC ACID - MIN 13,CITRIC ACID - MIN 13,GLYCOLIC ACID - MIN 10,MALIC ACID ―MIN 4,TARTARIC ACID - MIN 4
    THE PROCEDURE STIMULATES THE SYNTHESIS OF COLLAGEN AND ELASTIN, RESULTING IN THE APPEARANCE OF YOUNG CELLS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE OVERALL REJUVENATION AND SMOOTHING OF THE SKIN, NARROWING OF THE PORES.
    PROPERTIES:
    THE AGING PROCESS IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TRANSFORMATION OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE AND REDUCES THE REGENERATIVE CAPACITY OF CELLS. THIS PROCESS IS ASSOCIATED WITH ADHESION OF HORNY CELLS AND A DECREASE IN THE QUALITY OF THE HYDROLIPID FILM.
    AHAS (ALPHA HYDROXY ACIDS) IMPROVE THE APPEARANCE OF THE SKIN, INCREASING ITS SMOOTHNESS, BRIGHTNESS, COLOR AND ALSO EXHIBIT CLEANSING AND MOISTURIZING EFFECTS. PENETRATING INTO THE STRATUM CORNEUM, ANA FIRST REDUCES THE ADHESION OF HORNY CELLS, WHICH IS EASY TO DETECT WHEN EXFOLIATING.
    THE EXFOLIATION PROCESS IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ELIMINATION OF SEPARATED GROUPS OF CELLS FROM THE STRATUM CORNEUM. IN A BALANCED EPIDERMIS, CELL PROLIFERATION COMPENSATES FOR THE EXFOLIATION OF SUPERFICIAL CELLS. THIS MAINTAINS THE THICKNESS AND PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE SKIN. DYSFUNCTION OF THE EXFOLIATION AND ADHESION MECHANISM CAUSES SOME PROBLEMS SUCH AS THICKENING OF THE STRATUM CORNEUM, INCLUDING THE PRESERVATION OF AN ABNORMAL STATE OF THE SURFACE LAYER.
    THE REGENERATION PROCESS BEGINS IN THE UPPER LAYER WHERE CELL DIVISION TAKES PLACE. SOME CELLS (ABOUT 50%) MIGRATE TO THE SURFACE LAYERS FOR DIFFERENTIATION. DURING MIGRATION, THEY FLATTEN, CLEANSE AND FORM CELLS OF THE SURFACE LAYER, WHICH FOLD LIKE A BRICK WALL OF LIPID AND PROTEIN INTERNAL STRUCTURES. DEGRADATION OF THIS SOLUTION LEADS TO DESQUAMATION, A PROCESS ASSOCIATED WITH A COMPLEX PHENOMENON THAT INVOLVES EXTERNAL GLYCOPROTEINS, LIPIDS, CYTOKINES, AND LYTIC ENZYMES. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN THAT ANA WORKS BY REDUCING THE THICKNESS OF THE HYPERKERATIN SURFACE LAYER, REDUCING CELLULAR ADHESION.
    ANA ALSO HAS A STRONG MOISTURIZING EFFECT DUE TO ITS ABILITY TO RETAIN WATER. THESE MOISTURIZING PROPERTIES HELP TO IMPROVE THE KERATOLITE ACTION OF THE PRODUCT. WHEN THE SURFACE LAYER RECEIVES MOISTURE, THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE CELLS INCREASES AND THE COHESION OF THE CELLS DECREASES.
    EFFECT:
    TO IMPROVE SKIN COLOR AND TEXTURE
    DISAPPEARANCE OF FINE WRINKLES AND SMOOTHING OF DEEP
    PROCEDURE WITHOUT DISCOMFORT AND UNPLEASANT SIDE EFFECTS
    VERY FAST SKIN RECOVERY
    GRADUAL AND LASTING RESULT
    HOW TO CALCULATE EXPOSURE TIME?
    THE BEAUTICIAN ADJUSTS THE EXPOSURE TIME BY OBSERVING THE FLUSHING AND SENSATIONS OF THE CLIENT. THE PATIENT EXPERIENCES A SLIGHT BURNING SENSATION AND TINGLING SENSATION. IF THESE SENSATIONS ARE UNBEARABLE, THEN THE ACID MUST BE NEUTRALIZED IMMEDIATELY! REDNESS AND PEELING OF THE SKIN, SWELLING, WHICH USUALLY DISAPPEAR AFTER A FEW HOURS ARE POSSIBLE. USUALLY THEY START WITH A SMALL EXPOSURE OF 5-7 MINUTES. DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF SKIN.
    POST-PEEL CARE
    THE PROCEDURE IS CARRIED OUT WITH THE SUBSEQUENT APPLICATION OF SOOTHING AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY INGREDIENTS, GIVES THE MAXIMUM THERAPEUTIC EFFECT AND ALLOWS THIS PROCEDURE TO BE CARRIED OUT EVEN WITH INCREASED SKIN SENSITIVITY. SINCE PEELING SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASES SKIN PERMEABILITY, IT IS VERY GOOD TO CARRY OUT ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AFTER IT THAT REQUIRE DEEP PENETRATION OF THE COMPONENTS. TYPICALLY, VARIOUS MOISTURIZING, DEPIGMENTING (WHITENING), SUNSCREEN OR NOURISHING CREAMS ARE USED AS POST-PEELS, DEPENDING ON THE GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE TREATMENT.
    THE CHEMICAL PEELING PROCEDURE IS TRAUMATIC FOR THE SKIN, SO IT IS ADVISABLE TO COVER IT WITH A PROFESSIONAL SOOTHING POST-PROCEDURE MASK , SHOULD BE KEPT FOR 20 MINUTES, DO NOT WASH, LET THE RESIDUES SOAK INTO THE SKIN. 

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