WHY CHOOSE Skin Brite Peel
Our Skin Brite Peel is the latest innovation in the skin brightening arena. It is made of the new generation of alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) – mandelic and phytic acid – and the trusted lactic acid. This combination has a mild peeling effect that is gentle on the face and other parts of the body. It is recommended for all skin types, and will benefit even those with sensitive or mature skin.
Which peel is best for hyperpigmentation?
Pigment spots are due to excessive production of melanin, sun exposure, irritation, and hormonal changes. The best peel for hyperpigmentation are those that inhibit melanin production and facilitate skin turnover. Dermagical’s skin brite peel contains naturally occurring chemical agents that effectively treats dark spots and uneven skin tone.
What does skin brite peel brighten skin?
Unlike other AHAs that sometimes irritate skin and further stimulate melanin production, mandelic acid does not cause irritation while it exfoliates the skin. Because of its larger molecules, it offers even exfoliation without side effects. On the other hand, phytic acid and lactic acid inactivate the enzyme (tyrosinase) that causes hyperpigmentation, resulting in a lighter and brighter skin.
Is skin brite peel good for melasma?
In a 2016 study, a combination of AHAs including mandelic acid, phytic acid, and lactic acid has been found safe and effective for treating melasma patients. This peel are made of chemical agents that reduce epidermal pigments found in different types of melasma.
To prepare your skin for the peeling process, our trained consultant will ask you to apply medicated topicals for about a week. The skin needs to be smoother and thinner prior to skin brite peel. This is to ensure proper absorption of the chemical solution.
The therapist will clean and prime your face to remove any facial oils. The peel solution is then applied and left on your skin for a few minutes. There may be a slight tingling sensation as your skin absorbs the chemical solution. Your skin may turn pink and feel sensitive. The combination of lactic, phytic, and mandelic acid do not generally cause excessive peeling or flaking. However, you still have to apply hydrating products to help the restoration and healing process.
Side effects and contraindications
Skin brite peel is gentler and non-irritating than other chemical peels. Depending on your skin’s tolerability, you may still experience redness, swelling, dryness, and flaking for a few days after the treatment.
This peel has minimal downtime, so you don’t need to clear your calendar or take time off work. Some patients with acne-prone skin may experience purging, as the acid exfoliates surface dead cells. Regular peels with 2-3 week intervals are recommended to maintain a brighter and smoother complexion. Always wear a high SPF sunscreen because your skin is more sensitive to the sun after peeling.
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Proven ingredients for skin brightening
Mandelic Acid – this active ingredient is derived from bitter almonds. It has larger molecules compared to other alpha hydroxy acids such as glycolic and lactic acid. This makes it a gentle chemical peel since larger molecules are slowly absorbed by the skin, resulting in an even peeling that is safe for those with sensitive or allergy-prone skin. Mandelic acid also helps in correcting skin tones and treating pigmentation problems
Lactic Acid – an excellent ingredient for mild chemical peeling. Lactic acid improves the appearance of dark spots, age spots, and rough texture. It also stimulates collagen renewal to keep the skin supple and wrinkle-free.
Phytic Acid – this AHA is sourced from grains such as cereal and bran. Many vegetables and beans contain phytic acid. This solution is often used to exfoliate the skin and remove existing dark spots. It also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.