Guinot Hydradermie After Sun Treatment

The Guinot Hydradermie After Sun facial treatment is dedicated for those whose skin needs extra moisturising and regenerating after sunbath and has trouble with pigment spots. Based on our experiences treating hyperpigmentation is a severe beauty challenge during the summer season. The main cause of hyperpigmentation in light-skinned people is years of accumulated sun damage. This occurs as the sun stimulates the production of melanin, causing excess colouration to appear in patches on the skin. However, pregnancy, thyroid disease and other health issues may enhance melaning production, too.

Effective sun protection is the most important step you can take to help prevent hyperpigmention. Applying products that offer high or very high protection from UVA and UVB rays and that are tailored to your skin type and condition is inevitable to avoid premature skin aging and skin hyperpigmentation issues. Using a sunscreen every day is a must, not only in summer, but throughout the year because high-energy visible light, the light we see all around us, also causes oxidative stress to skin and can also contribute to hyperpigmentation.

Guinot offers high quality sunscreens, which are paraben-free, not tested on animals and provide DNA-protection. Everyone can find the product that fits best, from tinted CC cream through anti-aging sunscreens to oily mist and lotion.


Steps of the treatment:

- cleansing face with milk and lotion

- enzyme peeling

- applying hydrogel on face, neck and decollete including Guinot Longue Vie Soleil gel /softening skin with a special Guinot machine without steam/

- cleansing skin

- disinfectioning skin

- microdermabrasion

- oxygene treatment

- regenerating oxygene mask

- Guinot massage with serums on face, neck and decollete

- special hand care with Guinot aromatic oil

- eye care

- treating wrinkles around the lips

- applying special Guinot Longue Vie Soleil mask

- treating neck and decollete

- finishing cream

- covering cream


Duration: 150 min.