Ekseption Body Resurfacing Micro-Peel & Milk
A new way to consider body moisturizing with this new treatment. Not only the skin on the face needs exfoliation to fight against the signs of ageing. The skin on the body is also showing laxity and blemishes with time on top of dryness. This product combines a micro-peel and a rich milk.
Gluconolactone produces a gentle exfoliation day after day while tranexamic acid reduces blemishes and even the skin tone. Sodium lactates bring moistures. After few days of use the skin feels softer and deeply moisturized.
Trax anemic acid:
In the medical field, tranexamic acid is a reliable hemostatic agent during surgery and in the case of accidental injuries. In medical cosmetics, tranexamic acid is used for skin treatments: already small amounts can bleach pigmented spots and reduce redness – also in combination with instrument-based techniques.
A chance discovery for dermatology-
In dermatology the effects of tranexamic acid have been known for a long time, namely in the context of pigment disorders. The first report on the treatment of melasmas with tranexamic acid dates back to 1979, the intensity of a melasma was significantly reduced within a period of two to three weeks.
Melasmas or hyperpigmentation's form in a variety of ways. They are triggered by miscellaneous endogenic and exogenous influences such as:
UV radiation of the sunlight
photosensitization, or in other words, the reduced sensitivity threshold of the skin to light caused by essential oils for instance
hormonal influences, as for example during pregnancy
inflammation mediators such as prostaglandins and cytokines (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation)
AGE (Advanced Glycation End products), or in other words, products that form in the body due to the reaction of proteins or lipids with carbohydrates; they are held responsible for a variety of health implications
other deposits of endogenous metabolic products
Tranexamic acid is effective after oral administration and after topical application. A variety of biochemical mechanisms have been discussed, among them the inhibition of tyrosinase and the preceding processes such as the reduction of free arachidonic acid and prostaglandin E2.
Besides the bleaching effect, tranexamic acid also reduces the translucent reddish color of the superficial blood vessels. The result is an even complexion.