Compositum Peels

Compositum Peels

Product Summary

Compositum cold linked gel peels launched in the U.K. in 2003.

 

Active peel components

TCA, Azeleic acid and Salicylic Acid.

 

Is this a superficial, medium or deep peel?

Medium depth peel.

 

What skin problems does it claim to treat?

Using the Compositum peel range can visibly diminishes the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and areas of hyperpigmentation.

It can also be used to improve the appearance of acne scars and to help in the treatment of active acne.

 

Licenced status

Medical device.

 

Should be used by

Trained members of the medical profession only. It should not be used by beauty therapists.

 

Product range

Base : For skin rejuvenation with rapid recovery.

Plus : For photoageing and scars.

Acne : As an adjunct for the treatment of active acne.

Macula : For reducing and removing skin pigmentation.

 

Peels not to be used in

Pregnant or breastfeeding women.

 

Costs

This depends on area treated and how much is required, and the practitioner doing the treatment, but prices start from £300 upwards, often including aftercare products.