Azelan peel is a treatment method to treat acne in all possible manifestations. It particularly works effectively on propionibacterium acnes. The procedure takes very short time to be performed. Moreover, this method of treating acne has received very high success rates in the recent time.
Ingredients in Azelan peel:
- Mesopeel azelan: This is specifically designed for oily skins, in other terms for skin with the acneic tendency. This ingredient works effectively against acne in all its forms. Moreover, it is also useful for treating epidermal hyperpigmentation.
- Salicylic acid: This ingredient in azelan peel is a beta hydroxy acid with keratolytic and comedolytic action qualities. It works well against skin flaking, photoaging and seborrheic dermatitis. Moreover, it has also fungicidal qualities.
- Azelaic acid: It is a dicarboxylic acid that acts as an antimicrobial against propionibacterium acnes and Staphylococcus epidermis. Azelaic acid is a good antioxidant and re-establishes normal keratinization.
Conditions treated by Azelan peel:
- All types of acne
- Aging signs
How does the procedure take place at MedLinks?
Azelan peel therapy is performed at MedLinks by our experienced experts. There are pre and post-treatment sessions. We believe in the value of treatment from the very first step. Complying with that, you will go through a detailed clinical examination to determine your skin type and problem details. The procedure is completed in extreme alert environment ensuring there is no side-effect as a result.
Your expectations from the treatment:
Once you arrive at MedLinks, you should stop worrying about your condition. Our experts view every individual with a different approach. They understand the diversity of problems. You can rely on our treatment method and approach. With dedicated post-treatment examination, we ensure that you have achieved the expected results. You will be able to carry on your duties as there is no downtime occurring after the completion of the procedure.
You can book quick appointment with MedLinks through phone lines or website.