As part of the Nescens cosmeceutical skincare program, use the Sequential Peeling once or twice a week after thoroughly cleansing the whole body surface. Recommended before the application of Nescens correcting care treatments in order to aid in their absorption and to maximize results. The product’s creamy formula preserves the skin’s hydrolipidic film, and ensures a pleasurable application experience. For men and women. Clinically tested under dermatological supervision.
Nescens sequential peeling body 175 ml
Nescens Sequential Peeling brings a powerful renewing effect to the epidermis. Nescens research has developed a unique exfoliation process based on a sequential triple action: biomimetic, enzymatic, and mechanic. Cell renewal, which slows down with age, is reactivated, improving the mechanical properties of tissues (elasticity, firmness, tone, etc.). The quality of the skin is restored: velvety smooth, instantly refined.
- - Thouroughly cleanses the skin and removes impurities
- - Stimulates cell renewal and improves the mechanical properties of skin tissue (suppleness, firmness, tone, density, aso.)
- - Strenghtens skin tissue and helps increase its resistance to external factors
- - Smooths the surface of the skin, eliminates roughness and makes blemishes less visible
- - Polylactic acid (mechanic exfoliant): the polishing action of the polylactic acid microparticles renews the surface of the epidermis. The size of the grains has been developed to make a quick, effective and non-aggressive body scrub. This naturally occurring polymer, biodegradable, and environmentally safe, acts as a gentle and non-irritating exfoliating agent
- - Bacillus ferment (enzymatic exfoliant): by means of a proteolytic cleavage, the enzyme contained in the preparation detaches the dead cells from the surface of the skin. Improves skin appearance and texture
- - Hexanoyl dipeptide-3 norleucine acetate (biomimetic exfoliant): this liposomal formulation, incorporating a specific tripeptide, activates skin cell regeneration by stimulating the natural exfoliation process of the epidermis