WHAT PEELS ARE RIGHT FOR THESE SKIN IS­SUES?

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Pig­men­ta­tion Treat­ment: Bio-Syn­tha-C Peel ( Vi­ta­min C) Ascor­bic acid is one of the most po­tent in­gre­di­ents to re­duce any form of ox­ida­tive stress on the skin, which makes the melanin, the pig­ment in the skin, go darker. Ascor­bic acid re­duces ox­ida­tive stress dra­mat­i­cally, light­en­ing the pig­ment. An im­me­di­ate com­plex­ion correction takes place, re­duc­ing the con­trast of the pig­ment to ar­eas that are non­pig­mented dra­mat­i­cally. Oily skin Treat­ment: Sal­i­cylic Acid Peel Also known as a se­bum­re­duc­tion ac­tive in­gre­di­ent. Ac­tive in­gre­di­ents like sal­i­cylic acid help reg­u­late over­ac­tive se­ba­ceous glands and re­duce the oili­ness on the skin. Scar­ring Treat­ment: Gly­colic Acid Peel If you ap­ply gly­colic acid on to any types of scar­ring such as hy­potroph­i­cal keloid scars, it pen­e­trates deeper and stim­u­lates col­la­gen pro­duc­tion. En­larged pores Treat­ment: Lac­tic Acid Peel Suit­able for very de­hy­drated skin. Lac­tic acid hy­drates the skin and the pores di­late less. Acne Treat­ment: Sal­i­cylic Acid Peel and Lac­tic Acid Peel The lac­tic acid con­tains an­timi­cro­bial prop­er­ties, and it re­duces oili­ness.

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