Lactic acid peeling

Lactic acid peeling

Lactic acid peeling has a base with lactic acid, which provides good penetration into the deep layers of the skin. Peeling contributes to reducing the thickness of the epidermis and weakening the stratum corneum.
The drug has a pronounced bleaching, exfoliating and bacteriostatic effect.
It is indicated for photoaging, hyperpigmentation, dehydrated and atonic skin, seborrhea and comedonal acne.

Contraindications to lactic acid peeling are:

• Hypersensitivity to the active components of the substance,
• Acute inflammatory rash,
• Herpes,
• Pyoderma,
• Violation of skin integrity,
• Pregnancy and lactation.

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