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Dermalogica Active Resurface 35, the Skin Rejuvenating Treatment


Known for being the most preferred choice, Dermalogica has an unrivalled reputation in the skin care industry. In order to continue being an innovative leader, the brand has introduced Active Resurface 35, or AR 35, which is an advanced 45-minute resurfacing treatment that utilises a cocktail of the most advanced cosmeceutical ingredients. Salon India talks to Avni Amlani, International Skin Expert & Consultant, Dermalogica India, to know more about it

What is Dermalogica Active Resurface 35?
The Active Resurface 35 is a professional skin treatment completely customised to the needs of your individual skin, providing intense resurfacing to stimulate cell renewal and cell turnover while helping to treat premature ageing and damage caused by the sun, pigmentation, dehydration, congestion and dryness.

Tell us about the formulation.
The hero formulation within AR 35 is Exfoliant Accelerator 35, which is an AHA-BHA concentrate that contains a highly active skin-smoothing ingredient lactic acid and salicylic acid, along with a complex of proteolytic enzymes and peptides that boost exfoliation and result in ultra-smooth skin.

How does AR 35 work?
In line with Dermalogica’s ‘no cookie cutter’ approach to professional skin treatments, AR 35 can be tailored to focus on your client’s specific skin care concerns as well as customised to a level that suits the skin type and health. By utilising Dermalogica’s Face Mapping skin analysis technique along with a thorough professional consultation, all aspects of the treatment may be modified to target each individual client’s skin concerns.

What are the benefits of AR 35?
Results are visible after just one AR 35 treatment of 45 minutes. The other advantages are lack of inflammation, tissue damage and peeling generally associated with intense resurfacing treatments. As a result, an interval of only one week is all that is necessary between appointments when partaking in a six-course treatment plan.