What is Periocular Rejuvenation?
Periorbital Rejuvenation reduces Hyperpigmentation disorders under the eyes as well as bags, drooping upper eyelids and wrinkles around the eye.
For optimal effects Body and Skin Clinic often recommend an Exilis Skin Tightening procedure and a Peel for Periorbital Hyperpigmentation applied simultaneously.
Exilis Skin Tightening
Mesoestetic Periocular Peel
Periorbital Hyperpigmentation is a condition where a portion of skin appears darker than other surrounding areas of skin due to excess melanin in the affected areas. Melanin is the pigment that gives colour to the skin. For this condition Body and Skin Clinic apply Mesoesthetic Periocular Peel.
- Hyperpigmentation disorders under eyes bags(Fatty deposits, Impaired lymph drainage)
- Drooping upper eyelids
- periorbital wrinkles
- Azelaic acid 10%
- Salicylic acid 7%
- Lactic acid 7%
- Resorcinol 5%
- Citric acid 4%
- Phytic acid 3%
Azelaic acid (10%)
Inhibits melanocytes, lightens pigmented maculae and helps normalise the keratinisation process
Is a betahydroxy acids used as an exfoliant due to keratotic properties. It regulates seborrhoea and has great antiseptic and fungicide properties
Is an Alphahydroxy acid used as an exfoliating agent that encourages epidermal and dermal thickening. It activates collagen and elastin formation and increases hyaluronic acid concentration in the extracellular matrix
Is keratolytic – it modifies permeability of cell membranes. It combats hyperpigmentation and has a whitening effect
Citric acid (4%)
Effectively exfoliates and removes dead skin cells. As a chemical exfoliator, its unclog pores. Helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Phytic acid (3%)
Acts as powerful copper chelating agent, copper being an essential cofactor for activating tyrosinase. It has depigmenting and antioxidant effects