Facial treatment helps unveil smooth skin

Individuals suffering from fine lines, acne, blackheads, and rough skin, among others may take advantage of Diana Stalder’s Ultimate Power Peel treatment that harnesses the power of glycolic acid to smoothen out the texture of the skin. 

Glycolic acid is part of the group of active compounds known as AHA (alpha hydroxy acids), derived from cane sugar. It has the smallest molecules that penetrate the skin deeply and easily, making it the most effective for treating fine lines, acne, blackheads, and oiliness.

Diana Stalder Ultimate Power Peel harnesses the power of glycolic acid to smoothen skin
Diana Stalder Ultimate Power Peel is an effective procedure that successfully helps in visibly reducing acne scars, acne, and rough and patchy skin. It also helps in reversing signs of aging like dark spots, wrinkles, and fine lines; and improves other skin conditions like keratosis, scarring from injuries, skin damage from prolonged exposure to sun, and uneven pigmentation. 

While the effects of this treatment can be remarkable, Diana Stalder clinic warns about the risks involved in using glycolic acid as it is an active compound. Thus, to ensure patients get the best results from this treatment, it is best to follow skin care tips from Diana Stalder’s skilled therapists and to wear sunscreen to avoid pigmentation and further skin damage.

Diana Stalder Sunscreen Cream SPF 35 helps protect skin from harmful UV rays 
Diana Stalder Sunscreen Cream SPF35 helps protect skin from sun damage, especially when applied 30 minutes before sun exposure. This braod spectrum sunscreen contains Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide that physically block harmful UVA and UVB rays.

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Topics: Diana Stalder , Ultimate Power Peel treatment , glycolic acid , Sunscreen Cream SPF35 , beauty regimen , skin care
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