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Compared to other chemical peel types, lactic acid peel is the most gentle peel available causing less skin discomfort. 
Lactic acid is hypoallergenic and skin-friendly being a naturally occurring skin component. 

There is no need to hide your face from people after the procedure, because lactic acid peel doesn’t cause a strong skin flaking due to its mild effect peeling off a very thin layer of dead skin cells that is hardly noticeable. 

Salon superficial lactic acid peel without pre-peel preparation is allowable inasmuch as this chemical peel is very soft and works as a skin prep for other cosmetological treatments itself. Notice that in this case more procedures are required. 


Perfect for dry and hypersensitive skin, but can also work great for problem oily skin, what actually means that it suits all skin types. 
Multi-action of lactic acid positively affects many processes including epidermal regeneration, skin microcirculation, glycosaminoglycan, collagen and ceramides synthesis providing deep moisture and strengthening skin’s barrier function. 

As a light superficial peel, lactic acid peel is primarily designed for young skin with minor problems, but it also can be used as a part of complex therapy by women over 35. 


1. Epidermal dehydration (dry, thirsty, flaky skin) 
2. Mild acne (comedones, blackheads, whiteheads, post-acne) 
3. Striate atrophy of skin (fresh superficial stretch marks on face and body) 
4. Epidermal hyperpigmentation (pigmentation spots on the outer layer of skin) 
5. Hyperkeratosis (rough and thickened horny layer of skin) 
6. Seborrhea (excessive oil secretion caused by a violation of the sebaceous glands) 
7. Hypersensitive allergy-prone skin 
8. Enlarged pores 
9. Loose, sagging skin 
10. Dull uneven skin tone 
11. Photo-aging (skin aging caused by excessive UV-radiation) 
12. Fine lines and superficial wrinkles 
13. Local peeling for around the eyes area with a higher pH level lactic acid in a lower concentration. 
14. Skin preparation for the application of more aggressive cosmetological treatments as well as supplementary treatment by a complex correction of age-related skin changes. 



1. Individual hypersensitivity to the active components of the peel 
2. Acute phase of herpes 
3. Pregnancy and lactation period 
4. Acute inflammation 
5. Violation of skin integrity 
6. Administration of medications that increase photosensitivity (retinoids and some antibiotics) 
7. Recently done epilation 
8. Fresh solarium or natural sun tan 
9. Telangiectasia and couperose (spider veins and dilated capillaries). Acceptable is only higher pH level lactic acid in a lower concentration. 
9. Cold-related illnesses 
10. Oncological diseases 
11. Diabetes 


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