What is peeling for local pigment spots?
Peeling for local pigment spots is a treatment that uses various chemicals that will work on specific spots on the skin, by stopping the actions of the melanin-producing cells.
What are the advantages of peeling for local pigment spots?
The pigment spots will fade away within the 7 to 10 days following the treatment.
How does peeling for local pigment spots work?
The peeling’s ingredients work together to offer a strong control and an inhibiting action against the skin’s melanin synthesis and to eliminate the skin tone irregularities. This peeling consists of azelaic acid and tranexamic acid, which can be present in various concentrations in order to achieve various results.
Which issues can be treated with the peeling for local pigment spots?
- Brown spots
- Ageing spots
How many treatments do I need to get sustainable results?
Peeling for local pigment spots is adaptable to your skin condition. You will need between 1 and 3 peelings, done at an interval of 4 weeks. A free consultation is strongly suggested before beginning treatment.
Do I need specific care following my peeling for local pigment spots?
After skin depigmentation peeling, you will go home with an invisible layer of the peeling still on the skin, which will continue to work. Therefore, you are not allowed to touch the skin for the first hour following the treatment. After the hour has passed, you have to rinse your spots and use the specific products that will finish treating the spots for 20 to 30 days following the treatment. Furthermore, direct exposure to the sun or any UV rays is strongly discouraged for the first month following your last treatment.
Who can benefit from peeling for local pigment spots?
Our peelings are specifically adapted to dark, medium, Asian or light skins. The acids are used in various concentrations in order to achieve the best possible results for you.
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