Polish and perfect your skin with iS Clinical’s new clinically advanced and botanically based active peel system.
Vetted by dermatologists, backed by hard science and praised by many Hollywood A-listers, it’s hardly surprising iS Clinical has reached cult status. The brand has taken the skincare world by storm, due to its effective, proven ingredients in optimal concentrations that deliver real, visible results.
And now iS Clinical has launched its much-anticipated Active Peel System, a gentle resurfacing treatment that is revolutionising the at-home skin treatment market.
iS Clinical Active Peel System is an advanced two-step exfoliating treatment based on botanical ingredients that resurfaces and rejuvenates the skin. This well- balanced system also moisturises and brightens the skin while providing the skin with antioxidant protection. Designed to use every other day, the result is smoother skin texture, more even tone and a more youthful-looking complexion. It’s super easy to use, too; the peel pads quickly and effectively exfoliate and renew the skin without the need for water or a removal process.
Unique 2-step process
Cosmeceutical products for home use have exponentially grown in popularity since COVID-19 began. Although several brands of home peel pads are available, the Active Peel System consists of a unique two-step process.
Step 1 is designed to provide controlled exfoliation and assist with the removal of devitalised skin. It features a proprietary combination of powerful yet gentle botanical acids combined with soothing, nurturing botanical extracts.
Step 2 is the neutraliser for Step 1 and also provides hydration and rejuvenation. It features the brand’s proprietary botanical extremozyme technology and Copper Tripeptide-1 combined with soothing active botanicals.
The Active Peel System may be used as a stand-alone home facial treatment system or to prep and support the skin for more focused or aggressive in-office treatments.
Clinical study results
An independent clinical study evaluated the benefits of the Active Peel System in improving dermal thickness/density and visual appearance of the skin, including fine lines and wrinkles, laxity/sagging, periorbital darkness, overall brightness, texture, pore size, radiance, luminosity, tone and smoothness.
Thirty female subjects between 37 and 64 years of age and of various ethnic backgrounds participated in this study. Subjects were instructed to cleanse their face, and then use the two-step Active Peel System every other evening on clean skin and according to application instructions for a period of eight weeks. Visia photographs were taken of each subject at intervals throughout the study.
In this study, skin density/thickness was evaluated by dermal ultrasound. Higher values for skin density/thickness correlate to higher collagen content and younger age. This indicates a more youthful appearance, better skin recovery and resilience against traction stress (as with gravity), and delayed onset of the visual appearance of ageing. Visia photographs of subjects at 8 weeks demonstrated improvements in sagging, fine lines and wrinkles, expression lines, luminosity, smoothness, texture and sallowness, as well as improvements in hyperpigmentation, tone, brightness and luminosity and underlying inflammation.
Ultrasound measurements of dermal thickness/density indicated a 19% increase in dermal thickness/density by using Active Peel System compared with the baseline at the start of the study. This correlates to significant improvements in collagen density and deposition.
Active Peel System was well tolerated by all subjects and no product-related adverse events occurred. CBM
- Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Powerful, yet gently resurfaces the skin
- Improves skin tone, texture and smoothness
- Improves appearance of hyperpigmentation, photodamaged skin, comedones and congestion
- Provides rapid and long-term results
- Supports collagen and elastin production
- Improves overall health and integrity of the skin
- Well tolerated
- Excellent skin prep for more aggressive in-office procedures