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Age Less + Peptide

Treats the signs of skin ageing and in particular, loss of firmness, skin sagging and wrinkles.

  • 45 minutes
  • 65 British pounds
  • Garden Room

Service Description

The Age Less + Chemical Peel is an intensive targeted peel designed for mature skin. Before this peel is carried out you will need to have experienced a Soft Touch Peel or other peel carried out by us. Chemical Peels are one of the most powerfully effective non invasive ways of improving the skin and creating a youthful, healthy glow. A chemical peel entails the application of exfoliating chemicals to the skin, resulting in a stimulation of the epidermal and dermal structures. Regenerative mechanisms are set in motion, the aim being to cause an improvement in the structure and appearance of the skin About Age Less+ Peel A professional chemical peel with polyhydroxyl acids (lactobionic acid and gluconolactone) lactic acid, mandelic acid, hyaluronic acid, sodium lactate and 3 peptides (DNA protection, skin sagging and wrinkles reduction). Buffered pH of 3. A superficial peel treating the signs of skin ageing and in particular, loss of firmness, skin sagging and wrinkles. This professional treatment combines different acids with a high concentration of hyaluronic acid and peptides. This kind of treatment facilitates renewal of cells of dermis and epidermis, makes deep wrinkles less visible and removes fine lines. It also provides a good lifting effect and moisturises skin. It is suitable for any skin type with signs of raging, particularly for dry skin. Peptide active peel resurfacing is one of the best solutions for mature skin. The effect is associated with the activity of various acids, hyaluronic acid and peptides. Acids can moisturise the skin and exfoliate dead cells. Besides, they assist peptides, which have low molecular weight, in penetrating into dermis where they start demonstrating their specific abilities – activating regenerative processes and production of fibroblasts, responsible for synthesis of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid

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