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Category: Peels & Masks

Peels & Masks

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Buy Mask and Peels Online To Reduce Wrinkles, Acne Scars, Skin Dark Spots and Other Aesthetic Purposes

Peels and masks help reduce superficial wrinkles, scars, and skin dark spots, in addition to helping maintain a healthy and youthful complexion. These solutions often typically ingredients such as glycolic acid, mandelic acid, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, phytic acid,  dextran sulfates, and gluconolactone.

Masks often contain hyaluronic acid and natural extracts like aloe, green tea, and algae. These botanical ingredients target specific skin issues, such as hyperpigmentation, skin dark spots, wrinkles and skin laxity.

The gentle acids in these products work by exfoliating damaged, top layers of skin. These acids also promote new skin cell growth, which eventually facilitates the reduction of hyperpigmentation, acne, winkles, and other skin defects. They also work to brighten and tighten the skin. Masks revitalize and hydrate the skin using collagen-stimulating ingredients and antioxidants.

Top brands

Filorga peels target aging and hyperpigmentation. In addition, Filorga also offers creams to soothe the skin and balance skin pH level.

JALUPRO® masks are packed with special hydrating agents and amino acids for the improvement of wrinkled, dehydrated, and lax skin.

Why are they used

The main benefit of masks and peels is that they improve the look of the skin. They are non-invasive means of treating signs of aging, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, acne marks, and dehydrated skin. Each mask and peel is specially formulated to target a specific skin condition.

Doctors use masks and peels when patients require treatment for wrinkles, acne scars, and dark spots and when patients wish to regain the youthful, refreshed, and radiant look of the skin. Masks can be used to improve skin complexion and combat skin dryness.

Moreover, masks can also help to sooth and refresh the skin. If your patients are affected by aging signs, acne scarring, wrinkles, uneven complexion, hyperpigmentation, and other defects of the skin, they may be a great candidate for masks and peels. These non-invasive treatments help restore the skin, giving your patient a more refreshed, and healthy appearance.

Areas of Use

Masks and peels are applied to the face, neck, decolletage, and sometimes to the hands. They can be used to correct wrinkles, uneven complexion, hyperpigmentation, acne, dark spots, and other aging issues of the skin in these key areas.

How frequently should they be used?

The frequency of use will depend on the product mask and peel being used. On average, masks can be used by the patient 2 to 3 times a week. Some peels will require the treatment to be repeated up to 4 times at a 2-week or 4-week interval. After this, a maintenance treatment should be performed every few months. The frequency may also depend on the skin’s needs and the reaction to treatment.

How are they used?

Peels should only be administered by a licensed and trained professional in a sterile treatment environment. An optional topical anesthetic can be used to reduce discomfort. Let the peel set for the recommended duration of time. Then, wash it off and apply an ointment to soothe the skin. Some peels may have complementary solutions to help balance the skin’s pH and soothe irritated skin after treatment.

Patients are able to use masks at home. They should clean the treatment area and apply the mask as specified in the product pamphlet. After application, the mask should be left on the skin as recommended in the leaflet. Note that masks should not be left on longer than the specified time.

How long does the treatment take?

Masks and peels may take 15 to 20 minutes. The side effects of peels include itching, flaking skin, edema and stinging. Masks may sometimes cause skin irritation. These mild side effects generally resolve themselves within a couple days after the treatment. Refer to the product’s information leaflet for specific side effects, contraindications, and precautions.

Types of peels and masks

There are several types of peels and masks that can target various skin issues. These include:

  • Mandelic acid peels, which are used to target sensitive skin
  • Glycolic acid peels, which target skin laxity and wrinkles
  • Phytic and glycolic peels, which target dark spots and hyperpigmentation

Masks are formulated to hydrate and improve the complexion of dry skin. Ingredients include hyaluronic acid for hydration, natural botanical extracts for their antioxidant effects, and sometimes oil-absorbing ingredients to help clean the skin.

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