Yellow Peel

What Is the Yellow Peel?

  • The Yellow peel is one of the most effective treatments against pigmentation caused by sun exposure, ageing, scars and inflammation.

  • It is a fast recovery peel that delivers significant benefits with minimal social downtime.

  • It is an excellent “end of summer” skin treatment: removes damage, blocks pigment synthesis and promotes skin recovery.

What are the ingredients and how do they work?

  • Salicylic acid: antiseptic and promotes penetration

  • Vitamin C: anti-oxidant and collagen stimulator

  • Vitamin A: exfoliation and sebaceous follicle suppression

  • Phytic acid :anti-oxidant and melanin binder

  • Hydroquinone and Kojic acid reduce pigment synthesis

  • Hydrocortisone controls excessive pigmentation

Although the yellow peel is taken into account a superficial chemical peel, through its ingredients, it works within the deeper skin layers and delivers the advantages of deeper peels without significant swelling and redness.






What are the indications for a yellow peel?

  • Skin Pigmentation

  • Sunburn

  • Acne

  • Fine wrinkles

  • Rejuvenation

What is the Yellow Peel treatment protocol?

  • In salon glycolic peel

  • The patient is then given the yellow peel and instructed the way to use it reception .

  • The skin is thoroughly cleaned

  • The yellow peel is applied as a skinny layer over the entire face. Minimal stinging sensation may occur but it always goes away within minutes. If the stinging is excessive the peel must be washed immediately with lukewarm water

  • The peel is left on the skin for a minimum of 4 hours, up to 8-12 hours.

  • Within a couple of hours after treatment, microcirculation increases, oxygen supply to the skin improves and provide of nourishing substances is enhanced as skin turns more receptive.

  • Top up subsequent layers are often added every 2 hours. this may enhance the effect of the peel.

  • After the peel has been washed off, a soothing moisturizer cream is applied.

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