The Askim Clinic
For Health and Wellbeing
AGERA Rx Peels
Agera Rx peels represent a major advancement in the non-invasive treatment of ageing skin, acne and pigmentation. These unique no down time peels provide visible results without unsightly skin shedding, redness or irritation.
What does it contain?
The peels contain a unique combination of stable acids. The peels deliver a stable form of Salicylic, L-ascorbic and Lactic acid.
Is this a superficial, medium or deep peel?
The depth of the peels can vary depending on the combination of peel utilised and the PH of the peel applied. It is recommended that the programme starts with a superficial peel and if and when needed the practitioner can move onto a deeper strength application.
Agera Rx anti-ageing peels stimulate deep within the skin to promote collagen and elastin production and help eliminate fine lines and wrinkles for a firmer, smoother and more radiant appearance.
Agera Rx acne peels rapidly bring acne under control and dramatically reduce the risk of future scarring. These peels also reduce blocked pores and redness associated with acne conditions.
Agera Rx pigmentation control peels penetrate the skin’s pigment cells to gently and effectively reduce the appearance of unwanted discolouration for a more even skin tone.
Should be used by
Trained members of the medical profession.
Peels not to be used
During pregnancy or breast feeding.
By those already on a peeling programme.
In combination with a course of Roaccutaine.
If you are allergic to any of the listed ingredients.
For optimum results it is suggested that a course of 4 – 6 peels is undertaken, spaced 10 – 14 days apart.
Reported side effects
According to the manufacturer there are no reports of any severe side effects.
Potential side effects are:
- Possible irritation, reddening
- Sensitivity to sun
- Flaking and or dryness of the stratum corneum (outermost layer of the skin) as a reaction of increased stimulation to the epidermal cell layer
- Allergic reaction to perfumes and other products that you have been previously using
Before & After