Skin-friendly ingredients of
Propanediol, Shea Butter, Rosehip Oil, Centella Asiatica Extract, Chamomile Extract, Rosemary Extract, Green Tea Extract, Licorice Extract
Additional ingredients to ensure the stability and safety of the formula:
Sun Filters: Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin
Apply the cream.
Psoriasis, Atopic Dermatitis, Acne Scars
The skin is the largest organ in the body, it is the organ that faces the most physical and psychological disorders. It is the first physical barrier against the outside, in addition to having multiple functions such as the sense of touch, regulation of body temperature, maintenance of body moisture and being the first barrier of the immune system. It is also a reflection of our psycho-emotional state of mind.
To keep all the functions that our skin performs perfectly active, it is necessary to renew it continuously since over time the cells lose the ability to regenerate, causing skin aging.
There are other needs for cell renewal, such as specific treatment to reduce wounds produced by severe cases of psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and acne.
Clinical acne treatments allow, in general, the disappearance of almost all wounds, but many of the patients are not totally satisfied with the results, and require a treatment that improves the appearance of their dermis.
In the most severe cases, significant residual seborrhea, sebaceous retention lesions and cysts that increase or inflammation of scars may persist. In general, acne treatments do not cover the possible appearance of scars caused by uncontrolled acne over long periods of time.
Clinically it is possible to improve the appearance of these wounds with the proper product. Almost all residual acne lesions, with the exception of seborrhea, should not exist if the treatment has been done correctly. The most appropriate treatment should be chosen based on the wound, always avoiding most aggressive options such as physical interventions.
We can affirm that acne is a disease of the pilosebaceous glands that can leave both physical and psychological consequences, if an appropriate treatment is not followed to eliminate all wounds produced.
SCARPEEL is the perfect peeling to treat skin imperfections, after either intense acne or the one pronounced with the pass of the time. Also in a skin with many sebaceous secretions, it is common for the skin to be marked with small scars or imperfections that give it a more aged and unsightly appearance. With SCARPEEL we attack these areas of the skin, to renew the cells and soften the skin through controlled cell regeneration, achieving a more homogeneous and moother dermis.
When the practitioner applies SCARPEEL to dermally wounded tissues, the top layer of skin is removed and the appearance of deeper scars is minimized. To maintain the results, combined cycles of light and medium peels should be repeated. It achieves the desired intensity based on the number of layers of product applied. It is not recommended in these cases to do a deep exfoliation since better results will be obtained with a medium intensity treatment with several periodic repetitions.
It is essential to observe the skin between applications to evaluate the degree of erythema and the presence or absence of other signs of