Azelac M 40000829
Azelac is a line of products formulated with azelaic acid and designed for skins sensitive to chemical peels. Azelaic acid is sebum regulating, normalizes keratinization, bacteriostatic, inhibits the proliferation of reactive oxygen species, and regulates pigmentation.
What does Azelac M contain?
- 15% Azelaic acid
- 18% Salicylic acid
- 10% Mandelic acid
What are the benefits of using Azelac M?
Directions for use
Used in combination with the following products within this method of use:
First, thoroughly cleanse and degrease the skin and protect sensitive areas. Next, apply two coats of Azelac M using gauze soaked in the solution, beginning with the most resistant areas and move toward the most sensitive ones, waiting for the solution to dry before applying the next coat. Apply two coats of Azelac RU allowing the solution to dry. Two additional coats of Azelac Ru can be applied focally on the lesion. Next, apply one coat of Azelac peel can be applied focally on the lesion. Next, apply one coat of Retises nanopeel 1% gel.
For treating rosacea: First, thoroughly cleanse and degrease the skin and protect sensitive areas. Next, apply two coats of Azelac M using gauze soaked in the solution. Beginning with the most resistant areas and move toward the most sensitive ones, waiting for the solution to dry before applying the next coat. Apply a thin coat of Azelac peel and allow to dry. End the treatment by sealing the area with Azelac gel hidratante. Allow to act for approximately 8-10 hours.
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