Global Jess Solution


  • Global Jess Solution
  • Included: 1 bottle of 50 ML – 1 jar of Protector -1 bottle of PeelStop
  • Country of Manufacture: Italy CE Marked
  • Uses: Anti-photo ageing and hyperpigmentation properties
  • For use by: All trained professionals
  • Courses Available: Peel course

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Global Jess Solution

Ingredients: Jess Solution – Salicylic acid 14% + Lactic acid 14% + Resorcinol 14%

Anti-photoageing and hyperpigmentation properties

Jess Solution is a preparation based on a mixture of substances (salicylic acid, lactic acid, resorcinol and denatured alcohol) which is used for superficial and very superficial peeling. It is a good exfoliant, endowed with good keratolytic power, the solution is characterized by lightening power, useful in the treatment of small wrinkles.
Being made up of a predefined concentration, the depth for this peeling is determined by the layers that are applied to the area to be treated.
When Jess solution is used alone, it allows the execution of a superficial peeling, if instead it is used in combination with other products, its power increases up to assume the characteristics of a medium strength peeling.
Salicylic Acid is a low hydrophilic beta-hydroxy acid, acting as a keratolytic and sebum regulator. It has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, astringent and anti-ageing properties.
Lactic Acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid with moisturizing and anti-ageing properties. Stimulates the production of proteoglycans and collagen in the dermis, has a moisturizing and firming effect. Resorcinol is a phenolic derivative with keratolytic and regenerating properties, it fights melanic hyperpigmentations and has a lightening effect.

The Global Jess Solution should be used as part of a program of treatments outlined below.


  • stage I to II skin ageing
  • mild to moderate photo-ageing
  • expression lines and superficial wrinkles
  • loss of firmness
  • dilated pores
  • dull and opaque skin
  • pigmentary disorder

protocol antiaging

protocol peels

protocol hyperpigmentation