Dermal filler injections and mesotherapy treatments can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, but skin peels can give you an option to improve the look of the aging skin without the needles. Anna’s Cosmetics offers three types of Filorga professional peels to suit the needs of every skin type:
Filorga peels are classified as professional medical-grade chemical peels, hence you can expect professional results. Thanks to the reputation of Filorga, Filorga professional peels are widely used by the aesthetic practitioners throughout the whole of Europe, Russia and Middle East.
BRIGHT PEEL uses Phytic acid, Citric acid, Gluconolactone and Glycolic acid. Phytic and Citric acids target dark spots while Gluconolactone and Glycolic acid fight wrinkles and dull skin. So, if you suffer from hyperpigmentation and early signs of aging, you will benefit from getting a treatment with BRIGHT PEEL because after the treatment you get a more even skin tone with less visible wrinkles and dark spots. BRIGHT PEEL works by gradually peeling away the top layers of skin which stimulates new cell growth, and these new cells should be less damaged by sun exposure and aging.
LIGHT PEEL is indicated for sensitive skin. It contains Mandelic acid and was designed to be an effective skin peel while still gentle for those with sensitive skin. LIGHT PEEL is used as an anti-aging treatment, reducing the appearance of fine lines, so it would help to treat first signs of aging. It is suitable for those who have a dull complexion and want to gain more radiant skin. However, it is not recommended for patients with darker skin because it could cause uneven-looking patches of skin. If you are not yet ready for dermal filler injections, LIGHT PEEL offers a less-invasive option that can reduce fine lines. It has little downtime and can be performed over a lunch break, allowing your skin to gradually peel away the dull, dead skin cells and promote the growth of new cells.
TIME PEEL helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles while helping your skin appear more radiant. TIME PEEL contains Glycolic acid and Gluconolactone. Their combination gradually lifts layers of dull, dead skin cells while encouraging the growth of new skin cells.
Filorga professional peels have been clinically tested to find the optimum treatment schedule. You should perform one treatment session every two weeks for a total of four sessions. Sticking to this clinically tested protocol will help to get the best results.
An intended effect of every type of Filorga professional peel is peeling of the skin, but some side effects include flaking skin, redness, and itching at the treatment area. When applying Filorga peel, avoid the eyes and any mucous membranes. While the skin peels and heals, you should avoid sun exposure for the first two days and use an SPF 50 sunscreen.
Contraindications of Filorga peels include use in those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, have open wounds or recent skin surgery; recent aesthetic procedures in the treatment area, such as laser resurfacing; radiation therapy; inflammation, infection, eczema, psoriasis, herpes, or other skin problems in the area; use of irritant medicines such as retinoids; an autoimmune disease; tendency for hypertrophic scarring; an allergy or sensitivity to any ingredient in the peel; and dark skin.
One set of Filorga professional peels is sold with a bottle of pre- and post-peel solutions.
A set of Filorga professional peel contains approximately 40 treatments.