BSK800 is a profesional kit to improve any type of skin. Is a treatment to correct skin discoloration associated with alterations in melanin pigmentation. Produces an epider- mis renewal, eliminating the middle, superficial layers, helps the regeneration of new tissues and the disappearance of pigmentary discoloration, actinic alterations.
The treatment can be used in all patients with hyperpigmentation, melasma or other skin color changes, as well as in acne-prone skin, to reduce seborrhea and treat acne.
The treatment to follow depends on the desired purpose for each type of skin, use BSK87 for a shiny finish and BSK81 for acne-prone skin.
Clean and degrease the skin before applying.
Apply with a flat brush on the surface of the face (neck and neckline), in several consecutive layers (more or less 0.5ml). The exposure time depends on the phototype of the skin to be treated. Neutralize after exposure time. Wash with plenty of cold water and dry.
Professional treatment of chemical peeling divided into three sessions. A single peeling application per sesion. Minimum time between sessions: 10 days.
Recommended method of use: First session; BSK82. Second session; BSK81 OR BSK87, depending on the desired result. To finish treatment: BSK80 (If applicable).
Phototypes I and II:
White or very white and very freckled skin. Blonde or red hair. He tans minimally or does not tan and gets sunburned very frequently. We recommend a short duration (1 – 3 minutes) and gentle applications (1 – 2 peeling passes on the lesion). We observe the frost and neutralize with water and neutral soap. We value the exposure time and the time to elapse to repeat the treatment, which will generally be every 10 -15 days.
Phototypes III and IV:
Slightly brown or sallow, brown or dark blonde hair, the tan is moderate, gradual, and can be intense. Sunburn is rare. We recommend between 10 to 30 minutes, and we carry out the application in several layers. We repeat the treatment every 10 to 15 days, usually increasing the exposure of the product by about 30 minutes each week before the patient neutralizes it at home with a neutral soap .
Phototypes V and VI:
Very brown or black skin, with very dark or black hair, with an intense and very fast tan. Sunburn rarely occurs. It is very important to correctly evaluate the characteristics of this skin, it will be the doctor’s criteria that decides whether to propose this treatment in these phototypes due to the possible risk of post-inflammatory pigmentation. The exposure time is longer, generally starting with 30 minutes that are increased weekly /biweekly from 30 in 30 minutes consecutively. The patient neutralizes it at home with a neutral soap.
- Preserve between 5oC y 25oC.
- Keep out of children’s reach.
- Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
- Suspend its use if there is allergy, sensitivity or hipersensitivity.
- It is important that the doctor knows the chemical characteristics, indications and properties, as well as the mechanism of action of the different acids, in order to be able to correctly select the treatment and the exposure times taking into account the type of skin and the phototype.