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Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
Professional and Home Care for Acne
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  • 1. Acne
  • 2. Phisiology of Acne Follicles, often called pores, overproduce cells and sometimes get blocked. Sebum (oil) which normally drains to the surface gets blocked and bacteria begins to grow. www.acne.org
  • 3. Physiology of Acne www.acne.org
  • 4. Closed Comodone When the trapped sebum and bacteria stay below the skin surface, a whitehead is formed. Whiteheads may show up as tiny white spots, or they may be so small that they are invisible to the naked eye. www.acne.org
  • 5. Open Comodone A blackhead occurs when the pore opens to the surface, and the sebum, which contains the skin pigment melanin, oxidizes and turns a brown/black color. It is not dirt and can not be washed away. Blackheads can last for a long time because the contents very slowly drain to the www.acne.org surface.
  • 6. Papule A papule occurs when there is a break in the follicular wall. White blood cells rush in and the pore becomes inflamed. www.acne.org
  • 7. Pustule A pustule forms several days later when white blood cells make their way to the surface of the skin. This is what people usually refer to as a "zit" or a "pimple". www.acne.org
  • 8. Acne GradesGrade I – Closed and Open ComedoneGarde II – Mostly Closed ComedoneGrade III – Papules and PustulesGrade IV – Nodules and CystsDr. James E. Fulton, Acne Rx
  • 9. Ingredients for Acne TreamentGlycolic Acid will act upon the filaggrin in the skin allowing the skin cells to detach from each other and the removal of the corneous layer.1. Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20%Salycilic Acid is lipophilic and will clean inside pores2. ABC or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel of lipids.3. Post Peel Recovery P. Acnes, the bacteria thatBenzoyl peroxide kills Formula causes acne. Also, there is a mild drying and peeling effect which is thought to help prevent breakouts.
  • 10. Ingredients for Acne TreamentZinc an effective anti-inflammatory nutrient. Most importantly, Zinc helps reduce the androgenic excesses that are frequently found in adolescents skin.1. Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20%2. ABC or 30% Glycolic Acid GelNiacinamide calms inflammed skin3. Post Peel Recovery FormulaSulfur is a mild antiseptic that eliminates bacteria and naturally dries excess oil.
  • 11. Ingredients for Acne TreamentCamphor and Zinc Oxide penetrate pores and help eliminate infection.Beeswax is healing, antiseptic, emollient and absorbs oils.1. Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20%2. ABC or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel3. Post Peel Recovery Formula
  • 12. ABC or 30% Glycolic Gel Peel1. Photo Documentation2.1. Skin Analysis - Glycolic Acid Soap 20% Check Up Peel3.2. Check Up Peel ABC or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel4. ABC Peel Recovery Formula3. Post or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel5. Extractions6. Post Peel Recovery Formula
  • 13. ABC or 30% Glycolic Gel Peel Protocol Check Up Peel1. APPLY CHECK UP PEEL TO ENTIRE FACE. LEAVE ON THE 1. Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20% SKIN FROM 10-20 MINUTES. THE MORE OILY AND/OR DAMAGED or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel 2. ABC THE SKIN THE LONGER TO LEAVE ON.2. WASH SKIN WITH FRESH WATER. 3. Post Peel Recovery Formula3. EVALUATE THE SENSITIVE POINTS OF THE SKIN, AS DETECTED BY THE CHECK UP PEEL4. CHOOSE HOW TO PROCEED WITH TREATMENT
  • 14. ABC or 30% Glycolic Gel Peel Protocol ABC or 30 Glycolic Gel1. APPLY THE ACID GEL USING A BRUSH, SPREADING IT EVENLY OVER THE TREATED AREA. STARTING WITH THE MOST RESISTANT AREAS FIRST. • AVOID PLACING GEL FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME ON THE SENSITIVE POINTS OF THE SKIN. • AVOID CORNERS OF THE MOUTH, CORNERS OF THE EYES, LABIAL FOLD, AND NASAL FOLD. • YOU MAY APPLY THE GEL UNDER THE EYE AND THE BROW AREA, BUT NOT ON THE EYE LID.2. LEAVE ON SKIN ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS BELOW.3. REMOVE WITH FRESH WATER, WHEN THE DESIRED DEPTH OF PEELING REQUIRED IS ACHIEVED.
  • 15. A B C OR 30% GLYCOLIC PEELVERY SUPERFICIAL PEEL (MELASMA, ASIAN, AFROAMERICAN)PHOTOTYPES V & VI•APPLY ACID GEL ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATER AS SOONAS THE PATIENT REPORTS FEELING A HOT SENSATION ON THE SKIN
  • 16. ABC or 30% Glycolic Peel• SUPERFICIAL PEEL (INICIAL PHOTOAGING) PHOTOTYPE III & IV APPLY ACID GEL ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATER WHEN THE SKIN DEVELOPS A PINK COLOR ERITHEMA• MEDIUM PEEL (MIDLE PHOTOAGING) PHOTOTYPE I, II & III APPLY ACID GEL ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATER WHEN THE SKIN DEVELOPS AN ERITHEMA OF MEDIUM RED COLOR• DEEP PEEL (SEVERE PHOTOAGING) PHOTOTYPE I & II APPLY ACID GEL ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATER WHEN THE SKIN DEVELOPS AN SHOWS A INTENSE RED ERYTHEMA IN THE TREATED AREA.
  • 17. ABC or 30% Glycolic Gel Peel Protocol1. Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20%Extractions2. ABC or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel3. Post Peel Recovery Formula
  • 18. ABC or 30% Glycolic Gel Peel Protocol Post PeelMOISTURIZE THE SKIN FOR THE NEXT 3 DAYS WITH 1. PEEL RECOVERY FORMULA AND WASH WITH SkinRenuPOST Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20% 2. ABC or 30% Glycolic AcidMicro-Bead Cleanser OR PLAIN WATER. Gel 3. Post Peel Recovery Formula
  • 19. 25% Glycolic Acid Mask Peel1. Photo Documentation2.1. Skin Analysis - Glycolic Acid Soap 20% Check Up Peel3.2. Check Up Peel ABC or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel4. 25% Glycolic Acid Mask3. Post Peel Recovery Formula5. Extractions6. Post Peel Recovery Formula
  • 20. 25% Glycolic Mask Peel Protocol Check Up Peel1. APPLY CHECK UP PEEL TO ENTIRE FACE. LEAVE ON THE 1. Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20% SKIN FROM 10-20 MINUTES. THE MORE OILY AND/OR DAMAGED or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel 2. ABC THE SKIN THE LONGER TO LEAVE ON.2. WASH SKIN WITH FRESH WATER. 3. Post Peel Recovery Formula3. EVALUATE THE SENSITIVE POINTS OF THE SKIN, AS DETECTED BY THE CHECK UP PEEL4. CHOOSE HOW TO PROCEED WITH TREATMENT
  • 21. 25% Glycolic Acid Mask Peel Protocol 25% Glycolic Acid Mask1. APPLY THE ACID MASK USING A BRUSH, SPREADING IT EVENLY OVER THE TREATED AREA. STARTING WITH THE MOST RESISTANT AREAS FIRST. • AVOID PLACING GEL FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME ON THE SENSITIVE POINTS OF THE SKIN. • AVOID CORNERS OF THE MOUTH, CORNERS OF THE EYES, LABIAL FOLD, AND NASAL FOLD. • YOU MAY APPLY THE GEL UNDER THE EYE AND THE BROW AREA, BUT NOT ON THE EYE LID.2. LEAVE ON SKIN ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS BELOW.3. REMOVE WITH FRESH WATER, WHEN THE DESIRED DEPTH OF PEELING REQUIRED IS ACHIEVED.
  • 22. 25% Glycolic Acid Mask PeelVERY SUPERFICIAL PEEL (MELASMA, ASIAN, AFROAMERICAN)PHOTOTYPES V & VI•APPLY ACID MASK ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATER WITHIN1-3 MINUTES OR AS SOON AS THE PATIENT REPORTS FEELING A HOTSENSATION ON THE SKIN
  • 23. 25% Glycolic Acid Mask Peel• SUPERFICIAL PEEL (INICIAL PHOTOAGING) PHOTOTYPE III & IVAPPLY ACID MASK ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATERWITHIN 1-3 MINUTES. THE SKIN SHOULD DEVELOP A PINK COLORERITHEMA•MEDIUM PEEL (MIDLE PHOTOAGING) PHOTOTYPE I, II & IIIAPPLY ACID MASK ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATERWITHIN 3-5 MINUTES, OR WHEN THE PATIENTS REPORTS ABURNING SENSATION OF THE SKIN. THE SKIN SHOULD DEVELOPAN ERITHEMA OF MEDIUM RED COLOR.•DEEP PEEL (SEVERE PHOTOAGING) PHOTOTYPE I & IIAPPLY ACID MASK ON THE SKIN AND REMOVE WITH WATERWITHIN 4-7 MINUTES. THE SKIN SHOULD DEVELOP AN INTENSERED ERYTHEMA IN THE TREATED AREA.
  • 24. 25% Glycolic Acid Mask Peel Protocol1. Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20%Extractions2. ABC or 30% Glycolic Acid Gel3. Post Peel Recovery Formula
  • 25. 25% Glycolic Acid Mask Peel Protocol Post Peel PhaseMOISTURIZE THE SKIN FOR THE NEXT 3 DAYS WITH 1. PEEL RECOVERY FORMULA AND WASH WITH SkinRenuPOST Check Up Peel - Glycolic Acid Soap 20% 2. ABC or 30% Glycolic AcidMicro-Bead Cleanser OR PLAIN WATER. Gel 3. Post Peel Recovery Formula
  • 26. Profesional Treatment Active Acne Oily Open Skin ABC , 30% Pores Glycolic Gel or 25% Glycolic Mask 8-12 Treatments 4-6 months
  • 27. Home Care Oily Skin, Open Pores, Active Acne SunCleanser Moisturizer Specialty Protection Microbead Wrinkle Oily Skin Facial Facial Reducing for and Acne Sunblock Cleanser Face & Neck Gel FPS 30 Facial Rejuvenating Drying Cleanser 4% Moisturizer Lotion Facial Beta Zinc Cleanser Nutri Cream Mask 10% Glycolic Acid Masque 10%
  • 28. Professional Treatment Juvenil Acne ABC , 30% Glycolic Gel or 25% Glycolic Mask 12-16 Treatments 6-8 months
  • 29. Home Treatement Juvenial Acne Specialty SunCleanser Moisturizer Product Protection Microbead Wrinkle Oily Skin Facial Facial Reducing for and Acne Sunblock Cleanser Face & Neck Gel FPS 30 Facial Rejuvenating Drying Cleanser 4% Moisturizer Lotion Beta Zinc Nutri Cream Mask Glycolic Acid Masque 10%
  • 30. Professional TreatmentSeries of ABC Series of Glycolic Acid Mask 25%Series of Glycolic Post Peel30% Recovery Formula
  • 31. GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% FULL FACE SELECTED AREA Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
  • 32. BEFORE 3 MONTHS AFTER TREATMENT WITH GLYCÓLIC MASQUE 25% GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%POST IMMEDIATE Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
  • 33. GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%ACTIVE ACNE & OILY SKIN SELECTED AREA Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
  • 34. 3 MONTHS AFTER TREATMENT WITHACTIVE ACNE & OILY SKIN GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
  • 35. BEFORE GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% AFTER 120 DAYS SELECTED AREARômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil BEFORE GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% AFTER 120 DAYS SELECTED AREA
  • 36. Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% BEFORE SELECTED AREA AFTER 120 DAYS BEFORE AFTER 120 DAYS
  • 37. GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% 3 AFTER MONTHS BEFORE 3 AFTER MONTHS BEFOREMaria Izabel Coutinho- Curitiba (PR)
  • 38. BEFORE GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
  • 39. 3 MONTHS AFTER TREATMENT WITHACTIVE ACNE & OILY SKIN GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
  • 40. BEFORE Rômulo Mêne, MD Rio de Janeiro - Brazil 4 MONTHS AFTER TREATMENT WITHGLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%
  • 41. BEFORE Rômulo Mêne, MD Rio de Janeiro - Brazil 60 DAYS AFTER TREATMENT WITHGLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%
  • 42. GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%BEFORE AFTER 4 YEARSRômulo Mêne, MDRio de Janeiro - Brazil BEFORE AFTER 4 YEARS
  • 43. BEFORE Rômulo Mêne, MD Rio de Janeiro - Brazil4 MONTHS AFTER TREATMENTWITH GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%
  • 44. GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%BEFORE AFTER 3 MONTHS(Courtesy : Dr. ARMANDO PARODI GENOVA-ITALY)
  • 45. BEFORE Rômulo Mêne, MD Rio de Janeiro - Brazil4 MONTHS AFTER TREATMENTWITH GLYCOLIC MASQUE 25% (Courtesy ofDr GIUSSEPPE ALESSANDRINI LECCE-ITALY)
  • 46. BEFORE Rômulo Mêne, MD Rio de Janeiro - Brazil 3 MONTHS AFTER TREATMENT WITHGLYCOLIC MASQUE 25%
  • 47. BEFORE Retinol / Salicylic Acid / Phytic Acid Kojic Acid / Azelaic Acid Emu Oil/ Alantoin Rômulo Mêne, MD - Rio de AFTER Janeiro - Brazil
  • 48. Jordana LewisFlorida/Caribbean DistributorTrainer305-335-8719877-646-RENU

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