Dermaceutic Milk Peel

 

A Dermaceutic gentle peel is a simple procedure with no down-time. It is often the first peel people choose. A gentle peel is recommended for early signs of sun damage and ageing of the skin such as open pores, fine lines, dryness and poor or irregular texture. A Dermaceutic gentle peel is also highly recommended for acne-prone or oily skins.

Everyone can benefit from the Dermaceutic gentle peels. These mild, gentle peels produce drastic results, from which recovery is quick with no time taken from work or family. Darker skin tones can be safely treated with a natural blending of skin colours. Whether you are 20 or 50, you can begin a program of skin rejuvenation to keep your skin looking great.

Dermaceutic gentle peels are perfect for the busy person who wants quick results with no down-time. With a Dermaceutic gentle peel, you will improve the texture and luminescence of your skin as well as reduce fine lines, increase hydration and decrease open pores. All this with a simple procedure with no down-time!

The Dermaceutic gentle peels improve your skin. It will keep its normal tan and you will be able to use your favourite cosmetics. Best of all, you will have a smooth, beautiful complexion in weeks.

No change of routine is necessary while undergoing Dermaceutic gentle peels.

PREPARATION AND FOLLOW UP

To improve the results we suggest following a tailored personal care treatment at home with Dermaceutic stimulation products such as Light Ceutic or TurnOver at night and Dermaceutic protective and repair products such as Serum C25 and Hyal Ceutic during the day.

Remember to use Hyal Ceutic after a gentle peel. This is the most concentrated hyaluronic acid product currently available on the market. It will provide you with the hydration your skin needs after a peel.

Also, remind your skin care specialist of anything that might have an impact on your treatment: pregnancy, allergic reactions in the past, current treatments (hair removal, tanning, micro-dermabrasion), medication, etc.

Last but not least, follow the precautions suggested by your skin care specialist. You might need to avoid exposure to UV light and protect your skin from the sun either with Sun Ceutic or K Ceutic.