INTIMATE BLEACHING SYSTEM HELPS TO LIGHTEN AND REJUVENATE THE SKIN OF YOUR INTIMATE AREA
WHAT IS PINK INTIMATE SYSTEM?
It’s a safe and effective intimate peeling which significantly improves the look of your intimate areas by the means of skin bleaching and revitalizing.
INDICATIONS OF INTIMATE BLEACHING PEEL
Easy to use, PINK INTIMATE SYSTEM allows you to quickly and effectively deal with aesthetically undesirable concerns arising in intimate areas due to natural aging, such as, for example:
Pigmentation and darkening of the epidermis in the bikini area, labia, anus, armpits
Flabbiness and loss of skin tone
Wrinkled skin surface
These problems don’t concern everyone, but many of us. Due to presence of the hair, the difference in skin color, skin laxity and uneven skin surface is not always noticeable. But when the hair is removed, it often becomes obvious that this area is darker in color than the rest of the body; that the skin is saggy and wrinkly. As a rule, the older is the patient, the more distinct these issues. While light, smooth, toned and even-colored skin in intimate areas is a sign of youth. And that’s what we all want.
Intimate bleaching is also indicated for lightening of the areola of the nipple as well as stretch marks and scars.
INGREDIENTS OF INTIMATE BLEACHING SYSTEM
PINK INTIMATE SYSTEM contains unique and effective ingredients that work together to produce an instant rejuvenating and whitening effect.
First type of ingredients promote lifting, tightening and whitening. Among them are:
Stabilized Monochloroacetic Acid (MCA)
Monochloracetic acid (MCA) stabilized by urea peroxide provides lifting, tissue rejuvenation and represents the optimal transport system for active ingredients. MCA is a derivative of acetic acid. It is not aggressive, but extremely effective for eliminating skin imperfections. According to the chemical structure, MCA has a hydrophilic/lipophilic balance, which allows the molecule to reach the dermis. When combined with urea peroxide, the acidic properties of MCA are reduced, but its ability to penetrate the skin sharply increases without damaging the epidermal barrier. Upon reaching the dermal layer, the process of stabilization of MCA is interrupted by enzymes and promotes formation of free MCA. Urea, in its turn, weakens ionic bonds in glycated collagen molecules and increases its availability for collagenases. Result: controlled collagen denaturation, leading to instant tissue lifting and stimulation of fibroblasts.
Kojic acid is an organic acid derived from fermented rice used in treatment of hyperpigmentation. In fact, kojic acid inhibits tyrosine hydroxylase, an enzyme that converts tyrosine into melanin during melanogenesis. When the enzyme is inhibited, the production of melanin is reduced. The kojic acid structure is also able to stabilize MCA and improves its penetration into the dermis.
Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant with a strong antimelanogenic ability which allows the use of glutathione as a brightening component. This effect is the result of direct and indirect suppression of tyrosinase and the conversion of darker eumelanin to lighter pheomelanin.
Rucinol (a stable derivative of resorcinol) is a synthetic molecule that can solve the problem of hyperpigmentation. 4-n-butylresorcinol inhibits tyrosinase, but in a different way than kojic acid. It effectively brightens and evens out skin tone due to being highly effective on the source of melanin formation.
Second type of ingredients help with regeneration, biostimulation and soothing:
Papain – an enzyme that inhibits hair growth, provides easy exfoliation and lightening.
Genistein – a phytoestrogen derived from soybeans. Its structure is similar to estradiol (the ovarian hormone) which promotes health of vaginal tissues. Ginestein rejuvenates at the cellular level, is a powerful antioxidant, reduces oxidative degradation of lipids and protects DNA from damage.
Retinol – effectively stimulates cell synthesis and proliferation, acts in synergy with ginestein. Regulates melanogenesis, keratinization of epidermal cells and supports synthesis of collagen and elastin in dermis.
Bisabolol – has a biostimulating, anti-inflammatory and wound healing effect. Soothes sensitive and irritated skin.
Licorice Root Extract – contains glycyrrhizic acid, has anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties.
Vitamin B12 – activates cellular metabolism, rejuvenates, moisturizes, restores the barrier properties of the skin, increases its elasticity.
PREPARATION & ADMINISTRATION
Two or three days before the treatment, do not use any type of hair removing products or creams that can irritate the skin.
Step 1. Gently cleanse and degrease the skin with a pre-peel solution. Dry the skin thoroughly.
Step 2. Remove the vial from its packaging. Replace the rubber stopper with a pipette.
Step 3. Place a few drops of the product onto the treated area with a pipette, g