ACNE SOLUTION BY MESOESTETIC®
Professional cosmetic method for intensive treatment of skin types prone to acne and seborrhea. Deeply cleanses the skin of acne impurities, promoting optimal activity of the pilosebaceous unit.
Acne vulgaris is caused by an androgen excess that promotes an increase in keratinization and follicular peeling, as well as sebum secretion. This in turn triggers obstruction of the skin pore and subsequent inflammation through the opportunistic action of bacterial flora present on the skin, giving rise to the typical acne lesions in the form of comedones, papulae, pustules and residual hyperpigmentation.
What do acne-peel sessions entail?
Optional preliminary session
mesopeel salicylic 10%, beta hydroxy acids (BHA) with keratolytic, comedolitic and anti-inflammatory properties.To be performed 10 days beforehand. Prepares the skin for subsequent exfoliating treatments.
1. Preparation of the skin
Dampen the zones to be treated and apply 2 pumps of purifying mousse, performing a gentle massage to sweep away acne impurities. Immediately remove the product with a damp towelette.
2. Removing oil and protecting
- Pour 2.5-5.0 mL of mesopeel azelan into the measuring cup.
- Apply and distribute mesopeel azelan with a brush rapidly and evenly.
- Leave on for a maximum of 5 minutes, adaptable based on professional judgment and according to the patient’s skin characteristics and type.
- If there is a burning sensation, fan the zone to cool it down.
- After the treatment time has elapsed, spray generously with post-peel neutralizing spray to arrest the peeling action.
- Remove the mask with a damp towelette.
- Dry the treated zone with an absorbent towelette.
4. Decongestion and renewal
Apply a single dose of the gel pore sealing shield directly on the treated zone. Distribute evenly using a gentle massage.
6. Finishing up
Finish up the treatment by applying dermatological sun protection SPF50+. Very high sun protection essential for all types of treatments that entail a controlled aggression against the skin.
In the 48 hours following the treatment session, the patient should avoid direct and excessive exposure to natural or artificial light, heat sources, saunas and swimming pools.
7. Home maintenance
The following treatment sequence reflects the different preparation, recovery and normalization phases of the skin to be completed at home, with daily cleansing and frequent use of sun protection being essential throughout the process.
- purifying mousse: cleanses and eliminates impurities from the skin before any treatment.
- resurfacing peel booster: prepares the skin for the pH change, minimizing adverse reactions while also increasing the dermal penetration index of the active ingredients applied later.
- dermatological sun protection SPF50+: very high sun protection.
Sessions 1, 2, 3, 4. Days 1 and 2 post-session:
- purifying mousse
- post-procedure fast skin repair: cream with epithelial regenerating and healing properties for skins subjected to treatments that activate a peeling process.
- dermatological sun protection SPF50+
Sessions 1, 2, 3, 4. Days 3 until the next session: