Atraumatic facial cleansing


Atraumatic facial cleansing is a cleansing of the skin using fruit acids. It is the softest and gentlest of all types of cleansing.

Atraumatic cleaning has a second name — chemical. It did not appear by chance. Indeed, during the procedure, fruit acids (ANA) are used, and the actual cleansing occurs due to chemical reactions. But don’t be afraid. Despite sounding scary, Atraumatic Cleansing is the gentlest of all known. In essence, this is one of the types of peels.

The first step in the procedure, as with any cleaning, is make-up removal. After that, a mask with a high content of glycolic acid is applied to the skin. This opens up the pores and replaces vaporization (which is used in other types of cleansing). After the pores have opened sufficiently, another layer with a higher acid content is applied to the surface of the skin. This step helps to warm up and soften the skin and also dissolves some fatty blockages. And at the end of the atraumatic cleansing procedure, a mask is applied to the skin to narrow the pores and moisturize the skin.

The procedure does not last long (from twenty to 40 minutes). It does not leave visible marks, so after it, unlike mechanical cleaning, you can immediately go to any event. The skin under the influence of acids begins to actively regenerate, which means that after the procedure it looks fresh and healthy.

However, it should be noted that due to its non-traumatic and soft nature, atraumatic cleansing does not deeply cleanse, does not remove serious impurities or skin imperfections. If you suffer from blockage of blood vessels or acne, then the best option would be to undergo a vacuum or ultrasonic cleaning procedure.

Atraumatic cleaning is recommended to be repeated once a month.

Atraumatic cleansing: action on the skin of the face

Atraumatic cleansing refreshes the skin of the face. Makes it velvety and gives a healthy look. Destroys small blackheads, but does not reach deep ones.

The procedure has a stimulating effect on the processes of cell renewal and regeneration, which helps to smooth fine wrinkles, stimulates the production of natural elastin, and rejuvenates the skin.

On very sensitive skin, this procedure can cause irritation and allergic reactions.


The main indications include:

  • skin aging
  • mimic and small age wrinkles
  • superficial contamination of the skin
  • dry skin
  • minor skin imperfections


Unlike other types of cleansing, atraumatic has no pronounced contraindications. The only thing worth paying attention to is allergic reactions, increased skin sensitivity and individual intolerance to fruit acids.

It is also worth delaying the procedure in the presence of acute inflammatory processes.

Even if none of the above applies specifically to you, it is recommended to consult with a cosmetologist before the procedure.

Let your skin be fresh and healthy!

Author: Natalia Kay

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