ENZYMACID
ENZYMACID. TRIPLE PEELING: ACID PEELING - MECHANICAL PEELING - ENZYMATIC PEELING MULTI-ACIDS AND GLYCOLIC ACID IN HIGH CONCENTRATION ALUMINUM MICRO CRYSTALS CAPSULATED LONG-EXPOSURE ENZYMES
ERICSON LABORATOIRE is constantly developing new methods at the peak of scientific innovation. This most effective exfoliation technology combines 5 innovative scientific developments of HIGH TECH in the field of dermato-cosmetology. This PEELING has an impact in several areas at once - and is an example of new technologies of “skin health” that can significantly improve the quality of facial skin.
• Mechanical exposure: immediate removal of dead cells from the surface layer.
• Chemical effect: smoothing and brightening effect, the skin regains its radiance.
• Biological effects - prolonged, for several weeks, activation of tissue renewal.
• Revitalizing effect on skin cells, return of tone.
• Stable lightening pigmentation
BASIC ACTIVE SUBSTANCES:
X-PRESSIN. This is a stabilized form of papain, of high molecular weight, the molecules of which underwent cross-linking, while retaining proteolytic activity. Papain is a protease made from papaya; this substance is actively used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
VIT.C TYPE AA2G VIT.C AA2G is a stable form of prolonged-release vitamin C (ascorbic acid). It is a combination of vitamin C with glucose. It has the following effects: lightening complexion, correction of age spots, increased production of collagen fibers.
Result: pronounced anti-aging effect.
X50 Our laboratories have developed the technology of DUAL CAPSULATION OF GLYCOLIC ACID + LACTIC ACID: TWO-LAYERED PLGA CAPSULES. This smart complex has the ability to penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin and has an effect directly at the cellular level. This new method provides deep skin regeneration and stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin fibers at the level of the dermal layer.
DURATION OF THE PROCEDURE
1 hour 15 minutes
COURSE
4 procedures with a frequency of 1 time per week

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