Manual cleansing is the manual removal of blackheads and other impurities that accumulate under the surface of the epidermis on the face, neck, décolleté or back. The cleansing procedure starts with make-up removal, then a skin-softening mask is applied in order to dilate the skin pores make the cleansing easier. The next step is to manually remove the impurities from the pores while meeting the highest hygiene requirements. The skin is first disinfected with d'Arsonwal currents and at the end of the treatment an anti-inflammatory, firming and soothing mask is applied.
The manual cleansing treatment is recommended mainly for oily, seborrhoeic skin with papules and blackheads. It is often a preparation for other specialized treatments.
Depending on the skin condition, this treatment can be performed once or in series. The frequency and number of meetings depends on the condition of the skin and individual needs.
If there are no contraindications, the skin does not require special preparation.
The skin is reddened and irritated after the treatment. This condition lasts for several days, therefore, if possible, performing the procedure before the weekend is recommended. Until healed, the application of makeup and use of heavy creams is not recommended. The skin should be washed with gentle cleansing agents.