Antiaging. Exfoliator. Hormonal acne
Glycolic acid (GA) obtained from sugar cane is used in the most common alpha-hydroxy acid peel.
GA has the smallest molecular weight amongst all the alpha-hydroxy acids. It penetrates skin easily, making it a popular peel agent
GA peels have anti-inflammatory, keratolytic, and antioxidant effects.
GA targets the corneosoma by enhancing breakdown and decreasing cohesiveness, causing desquamation.
Glycolic acid peels have anti-inflammatory, keratolytic, and antioxidant effects. GA targets the corneosoma by enhancing breakdown and decreasing cohesiveness, causing desquamation.
The intensity of peel is determined by the concentration of the acid, the vehicle used to carry it, the amount of acid applied, and the technique used
GA peels need to be properly neutralized to stop acidification of the skin. Applying acid to the skin saturates the ability of cells to resist acidification; excess acid must be neutralized to avoid burning.
- All skin tones can use this peeling
- More than 20 years old.
- Sun damage,
- Hormonal acne,
- Improves fine lines,
- Collagen stimulation.
- Women and men interested in maintain rejuvenated and youthful skin.
Removes dead skin and prone clogging debris to unclog pores and effectively treats hormonal breakouts.
Minimizes the appearance of the fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen and elastin contents in the dermis. Revitalizes dull, sun damaged and tired skin.
Firm tones and restores youthful glow. It has a high strength exfoliator. Glycolic Acid works by removing the outer layers of thickened or keratinized cells and dissolving sebum and the substances that bind cells together leaving a fresh skin with a smoother, healthier appearance and best suited for those seeking fine line reduction and renewed clarity.
Helps to maintain and enhance the results of peels and other professional treatments.
- pronunced mimic wrinkles
- excessive oil
- hormonal acne
- enlarged pores
- uneven skin texture and tone
- age spot
- dry skin and dehydration
- mature skin
- sun damage
- pregnancy and lactation
- herpes, warts
- secondary infection
- small scratch marks on skin
- skin hypersensitivity
- oncological diseases
- oral retinoids treatment
- after surgery
Do not use in summer.
For external use only. Do not apply to broken or peeling skin. Immediately rinse with water and discontinue use if excessive redness or irritation occurs. Keep out of reach of children.
Presentation & Reference:
Bottle 50 mL (1.76 fl.oz) Reference 102995
All products are dully registered as a chemical exfoliant. The manufacturer or distributors are not responsible in any case of any kind of damages caused by third parties or adverse effects.