An innovative, biphasic, patented formulation with an antioxidant, revitalizing and peeling action.
What is BioRePeel?
BioRePeel is a specific type of chemical peel or bio-rejuvenation peel used in cosmetic dermatology. It is a trademarked name for a particular line of peels developed by the Italian company Biocosmesi S.r.l. The BioRePeel range includes various formulations designed to address different skin concerns and areas of the body.
BioRePeel peels contain a blend of active ingredients, including acids, vitamins, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid. These ingredients work together to exfoliate the skin, stimulate collagen production, and improve the overall appearance of the treated area.
The peels are typically used to target specific concerns such as skin aging, hyperpigmentation, rough texture, acne, and acne scars. They can be applied to various areas of the body, including the face, neck, décolleté, hands, elbows, knees, inner thighs, and armpits.
BioRePeel is extremely safe and effective. It has proven results and holds many advantages over other peels on the market today, such as:
What is happening during the treatment?
- Preparation: The treatment area is cleansed to remove any dirt, makeup, or impurities from the skin. This ensures a clean surface for the peel application.
- 4ever Exfoliation Gel: Is part of the treatment protocol, it is applied to the skin to further exfoliate and prepare it for the subsequent steps.
- Carbon Salicylic Mask: Salicylic acid is known for its ability to deeply cleanse pores and address concerns like acne,
- BioRePeel Application: The BioRePeel solution, which typically contains a combination of acids, vitamins, antioxidants, and other beneficial ingredients, is applied to the treatment area. The specific BioRePeel product used may vary based on the individual’s skin type and targeted concerns.
- Exfoliation and Stimulation: The active ingredients in the BioRePeel work to exfoliate the skin gently, removing dead skin cells and promoting skin cell turnover. Additionally, the peel stimulates collagen production, which can improve the skin’s texture and firmness.
- Nourishment and Hydration: Many BioRePeel formulations include hydrating and nourishing ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which helps replenish and lock in moisture, resulting in a more radiant complexion.
The effects of BioRePeel can vary depending on the individual’s skin type, the specific peel formulation used, and the targeted concerns. Typically, the skin may experience some redness, mild peeling, or flaking in the days following the treatment. Over time, as the skin’s natural regeneration processes take place, the treated area can appear smoother, brighter, and more rejuvenated.
Before & After
Frequently Asking Questions:
BioRePeel can be used for the treatment of:
- Prevention of skin aging
- Prevention of fine wrinkles
- Wrinkle and fine lines treatment
- Skin texture improvement
- Skin colour improvement
- Post acne injuries
- Large pores and blackheads.
It can safely be used on the face and whole body, including armpits and areas with shaving shadow. This peel can be used all year round, including the summer months.
Lactobionic Acid exfoliates. Lactobionic acid is a PHA (polyhydroxy acid) that has similar effects to alphahydroxy acids like glycolic acid, but with less irritation. It functions to gently exfoliate and remove the outermost layer of dead skin cells.
Salicylic Acid increases the amount of moisture in the skin and dissolves the substance that causes the skin cells to stick together. This makes it easier to shed skin cells.
Tartaric Acid moisturizes the skin, stimulates the metabolism and promotes healing. It also has an anti-aging effect.
Citric Acid exfoliates. Citric Acid has protective antioxidant properties, and its corrective anti-aging effects helps reverse visible signs of photodamage. CitricAcid exfoliates the upper layer of dead skin cells to help clean pores, even skin tone and soften and smooth the skin.
Glycine Proline is a multi-tasker. Glycine Proline is an amino acid that improves moisture retention, increases collagen production, and promotes skin repair and regeneration.
Hydroxy Proline, a naturally derived ingredient, has potential protective effects on collagen and elastin. Hydroxy Proline is a major component of the protein collagen and is thought to play a key role in collagen stability.
Arginine is an amino acid that helps protect the skin from free radicals, increases the skin’s visible hydration levels, and supports collagen production. In addition to building protein (collagen), Arginine releases nitric oxide in the blood. This acts as the buffering agent for the BioRePeel cl3.
Gamma Aminobutryric Acid (GABA) increases the production of epidermal cells up to 1.4 times compared to the control group. In the dermis, GABA promotes the fibroblast proliferation and the synthesis of Hyaluronic Acid and collagen, thus improving skin moisture and elasticity, making the skin smooth and tight.
Squalane Oil fights off skin-damaging free radicals that contribute to the signs of aging. Squalane Oil also has powerful anti-aging properties as well as anti- inflammatory benefits to help with skin conditions such as acne and eczema.
Isopropyl Myristate acts like mortar to fill in the cracks between skin cells so that moisture can’t escape. As an emollient, it softens and smooths dry skin which makes this a choice ingredient for those with dry flaky skin. This is the delivery mechanism of the BioRePeel cl3 to the dermis.
5-7 Days Prior to having our peel done AVOID:
- Laser Hair Removal
- Chemical Hair Removal Creams -Electrolysis
3-5 Days Prior to having our peel done AVOID:
- Topical Retinoids -Tretinoin
- Other topical acids -any exfoliants
Until the skin is fully healed and in tact AVOID:
- Non mineral based makeup products
- ALL AHA’s, BHA’S and RETINOL for 7 days
- Laser hair removal, waxing, sunbeds, swimming and sauna’s for 7 days.
Bio RePeel should not be utilized with the following conditions listed below.
- Retinoids (discontinue 3-7 days prior to BioRePeel, otherwise, some flaking and tingling may occur)
- Active bacterial, viral, fungal or herpetic infection
- Open wounds
- Pre-existing inflammatory dermatosis (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, pemphigus, etc.)
- Skin cancer, without being cancer free for a period of 3 years and direct written notice from physician
- Pregnancy or nursing
- History of drugs with photo-sensitizing potential
- Use of Accutane within the last 6 -8 months
- Underwent any kind of surgery and not fully recovered
- Aspirin Allergy