Azelaic Peel

For those with oily and problematic skin, facial care can be a significant challenge. Finding suitable products and procedures is extremely difficult, and in most cases, home remedies won't suffice. To manage breakouts and redness, regular visits to a qualified cosmetologist are necessary.

The specialists at our salon recommend considering a new procedure - Azelaic Peel. It is indispensable for those who want to get rid of acne and pigmentation. This type of peeling addresses a wide range of cosmetic issues and can be used as a standalone procedure or as part of a comprehensive therapy.

A Brief Overview of Azelaic Peel

The primary purpose of Azelaic Peel is superficial chemical skin cleansing. The active ingredient used is Azelaic Acid, a substance found in nature and naturally produced in the human body. In addition to Azelaic Acid, professional Azelaic Peel formulations may also contain other active acids such as salicylic, lactic, and mandelic acids.

The removal of dead skin cells occurs gently, without harsh exfoliation. Essentially, the dead cells gather into a thin film and roll off during the procedure. This means that the recovery period after cosmetic treatments is minimized, and the effects of the peel are immediately noticeable.

Indications for Azelaic Peel

Azelaic Peel combines high effectiveness with gentle action, making it suitable for individuals with sensitive, irritable, or capricious skin. Regular Azelaic Peel treatments are appropriate in the following cases:

  • Enlarged pores
  • Hyperpigmentation and a high number of freckles
  • Dull complexion
  • Rosacea
  • Mild to moderate acne
  • Couperose
  • Initial signs of skin aging and fine expression lines
  • Skin peeling and redness

Before undergoing the first procedure, it is recommended to seek advice from an experienced cosmetologist or dermatologist. Azelaic Peel can serve as preparation for more intensive and deep cosmetic procedures.

The Effects of Azelaic Peel

Before discussing the positive effects of Azelaic Acid peeling, it's essential to understand the properties of this substance. Azelaic Acid has a pronounced antibacterial effect, reducing the intensity of skin inflammatory processes.

Due to its whitening properties, melanin production slows down, making unwanted skin pigmentation less noticeable. Azelaic Acid is a natural antioxidant that slows down the aging processes and normalizes epidermal regeneration functions.

Azelaic Peel, which is affordable in price, has several undeniable advantages:

  • The procedure is well-tolerated by the body because it involves natural substances.
  • Bacteria and microbes do not develop resistance to Azelaic Acid, ensuring its consistently high effectiveness.
  • The peel is equally suitable for young and mature skin.
  • The preparation does not clog pores and does not trigger allergic reactions.
  • Azelaic Acid gently affects the skin.
  • The procedure can be performed at any time of the year.

Studies show that Azelaic Acid, when combined with vitamins and plant extracts, helps strengthen subcutaneous capillaries. These capillaries are responsible for the appearance of the unwanted condition known as couperose. The preparation restores natural oxygen exchange in cells and helps eliminate oily shine.

How Azelaic Peel Is Performed

Azelaic Peel treatment is recommended at intervals of no less than 14 days, and a full course typically consists of 7-10 procedures. Preparation for the peel begins one week before the salon visit. The skin is gently acclimated to the effects of the acid by using creams with a low Azelaic Acid content.

Immediately before the procedure, the master removes makeup and cleanses the skin of impurities with lotion. Then the Azelaic Peel is applied to the face and left on for 15-20 minutes. The cosmetologist gently massages the skin to aid in the separation of dead cells.

The active substance is removed with distilled water or a special solution. For several days after the procedure, it is not recommended to visit tanning beds and saunas. Skin should be protected from UV radiation, and hypoallergenic creams with SPF filters should be used.

The specialists at our salon are happy to help you maintain your skin's beauty and extend its youthfulness. You can schedule an Azelaic Peel online. A cosmetologist will provide detailed consultation and perform the procedure at a time convenient for you. We look forward to welcoming you!

Online
booking