MULTI-FUNCTION GEL „LASER AZU-REPAIR“ POST LASER TREATMENT
All of the ingredients in this formulation have been chosen for their anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant, healing and super moisturising properties. Each ingredient exhibits its own level of action in each of these categories.
The additional properties of each of these actives lend further benefits with respect to increasing the product’s wound healing capability. Each ingredient is particularly imbued with high levels of essential vitamins, phytosterols or anti-oxidants, each providing their own significant contribution to the skin’s wellbeing, and assisting the skin’s own mechanisms of healing and repair.
This product has been formulated to be a non-greasy, but thicker consistency gel, to ensure perfect coverage of the treated area, and allowing the actives to absorb easily into the skin.
AIMED ACTIONS & RESULTS
Anti-inflammatory – Anti-oxidant
DESIRED SIDE EFFECTS
Multi-functional (nappy rash, cradle cap, eczema, psoriasis)
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
POST PEEL: On the evening following a RégimA Peel apply to treated area as desired, especially if there is visible peeling. This may be used in combination with RégimA Scar Repair. Continue for a couple of nights following the peel, or until any peeling has ceased. Helps prevent scabbing and promotes more rapid healing.
POST LASER / DERMABRASION: Following laser or dermabrasion, apply as directed by a doctor or skin care professional. Continue use until all laser or dermabrasion skin debris has cleared and skin is free of any peeling or crusting. (Do not pick or pull off any skin, it will slough off when ready). Follow with RégimA post-therapy home care.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL: This product can also be used on any injuries where there may be scabbing, crusting, or burns . It is safe to use on new babies for nappy rash and cradle cap. It has been found to be helpful in certain people suffering from eczema.
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Glycerine, Cera Alba (Beeswax) , Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Borago Officinalis Seed Oil, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil, Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Seed Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Sucrose Laurate, Guaiazulene, Bisabolol, Tocopherol, Aqua (Water).
RégimA is a unique anti-ageing and rejuvenation skin care brand originally manufactured for the use by doctors and skin care professionals. Extensive use of the finest potent natural ingredients from Europe, South Africa and other tropical regions, and indigenous wound healing, skin repairing plants, ensures the status of RégimA as a skin care leader in the world market.
We are not just talking 'normal' cosmetics which may feel nice, smell nice and keep the skin hydrated, but in essence are just moisturizing outer dead skin. To really rejuvenate one has to remove that outer layer which shows all signs of ageing, revealing a much fresher and more youthful skin. RégimA is a cosmeceutical focusing not only on aesthetics but skin health.
Safely, gently and naturally RégimA helps restore the skin's youthful appearance, improving color, tone and texture, smoothing away ageing lines and uneven skin color, bringing back that glow of a good, healthy skin, irrespective of age.
By influencing the 3 spheres that govern the skin’s normal function, the objective of RégimA is to create the perfect environment to ensure prolonged skin health.
Inflammation is the body's response to injury. The inflammatory response that is triggered within the skin also results in the destruction and re-creation of cells. The inflammatory response within the body is responsible for the generation of pro-inflammatory eicosanoids, which result in the actual inflammation of cells, and in turn the associated reddening, swelling and pain. Anti-inflammatories are important for reducing the pro-inflammatory response, thus reducing the damage caused by inflammation.
Oxidation within the body is responsible for cell damage and the ageing of skin as it triggers the creation of damaging molecules called free-radicals. Internally these can start a chain of chemical reactions, potentially causing damage not only to individual cells, but also DNA. Anti-oxidants are extremely important for fighting free-radical species, and preventing oxidation that can trigger this cell damage.
Rejuvenation in the context of skin is bound within the concept of skin renewal. Skin rejuvenation as a process involves not just readjustment, but the overall re-structuring of the skin, to produce perfectly formed and healthy cell development. While this initially may imply desquamation of cells giving way to the development of healthy replacement cells, there is a lot more involved in ensuring the stable, regimented development of cells that ultimately produce smoother, younger looking skin.