Filorga Time Peel helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles while helping your skin appear more radiant.
Filorga 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 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 peels 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.
|Country Origin||This product is of European origin|