Enzyme Hydropeel is an effective introduction to creating a brighter and more even textured skin.
Action of enzyme peels
- Decongests epidermis by dissolving keratin cementing dead skin cells together.
- Stimulates production of new skin cells at the basal layer (thereby increasing the rate of cell turnover).
- Increases the natural moisture factor of the skin resulting in firmer texture.
- Reduces inflammation associated with irritated or congested skin
Indications for enzyme Hydropeel
- Dull lifeless skin in need of gentle exfoliation
- Sensitive skin
- High Fitzpatricks
- Sun damaged skin or hyper pigmented skin
- Acneic and congested skin
- Ageing skin
- One treatment every 7 to 14 days
- 4 to 6 treatments recommended
- Prior reaction to a peel
- Herpes simplex (cold sores)
- Recent radiation treatment for cancer
- Pregnant or breast-feeding
- Accutane use within the past (6 months).
- Accutane should not be taken for at least six months after the peel.
- There are reports of scarring in people who have taken Accutane after a peel.
- Sunburn or significant sun exposure in the last two days.
- Surgery or cryosurgery within the last six weeks to the area that is treated.
- Aspirin allergy ( Salicylates)