Kaya Skin Illuminator

Kaya Skin Illuminator has been developed by ingredients such as tranexamic acid and acetyl hexapeptide-38 that are responsible to smoothen the skin and promote radiant glowing skin. The procedure also minimizes fine lines, resulting in the visible improvement of the skin achieved mainly with smoother, firmer and more glowing skin.

At Kaya, we call this procedure Skin Illumination. The active ingredients in the peel ensure your skin is easily exfoliated so the active ingredients from the glow can penetrate deeper into your epidermis. The facial is suitable for all ages and all skin types, including the most sensitive and acne-prone skin.

 

Indications

Skin Illuminator rejuvenates your skin and gives you that perfect glow. It’s recommended for those, who have:

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Rough skin, scaly patches, dull complexion
  • Acne
  • Mild scarring
  • Age spots, sunspots, liver spots, freckles, uneven skin tone and colouring
  • Fine lines under eyes or around mouth and wrinkling caused by hereditary factors, sun damage, ageing

 

How does it work?

The first step of this treatment—the Peel—which is a gentle acid-based exfoliation (glycolic, mandelic and malic acids) helps the removal of dead skin cells so the Glow ampoule can be absorbed quicker. By doing this we are allowing the active ingredients within to be more effective.

The second step involves using concentrated doses of reconditioning and reparative ingredients that help to visibly smooth, firm, plump and boost your glow. These include highly stabilized vitamin C, tranexamic acid, acetyl hexapeptide-38 and azelaic complex + glycine.

What can you expect?

Before the Skin Illuminator treatment, we will have an individualized treatment consultation to determine your goals and to establish the target area for treatment.

At Kaya, the Kaya Skin Illuminator procedure can be combined with other procedures like chemical peels and Microneedling for greater results. The application can also be extended to other parts of the body like the neck, back, buttocks and hands.

The procedure is ideal for application every 2 to 3 weeks for a more long-lasting professional aesthetic look. The product works best when used daily for 5 days in a row and then once or twice a week to maintain. After the treatment you can experience:

  • Smoothed out wrinkles
  • A filling plump effect
  • Improved sun-damaged skin
  • Improved uneven skin tone and pigmentation
  • Improved anti-ageing properties
  • Stimulated cell turn over

General Care & Instructions

  • Avoid tanning, steam, saunas and exposure to UV rays for 2 to 3 days before and after the treatment.
  • Avoid waxing, shaving and threading for 2 to 3 days before and after the treatment.

FAQs

1. How frequent can we use Kaya Skin Illuminator should be used?

You can use Kaya Skin Illuminator once a week.

2. How much does it cost?

Pricing will depend on the customized plan your doctor draws out for you based on your needs.

3. Are there any contraindications?

Yes, there are a few contraindications. It is recommended to not undergo this procedure if you:

  • Are pregnant or lactating
  • Have severe sensitive skin
  • Have open wounds

 

 

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