Skin Perfecting 25% AHA + 2% BHA Exfoliant Peel
- 25% AHA blend addresses advanced signs of aging
- 2% BHA unclogs & decongests enlarged pores
- Smooth, liquid-gel texture
- Rinse-off formula leaves skin soft & glowing
Why is it different?
This concentrated peel dramatically improves multiple signs of aging, sun damage and congested pores with a powerful multi-acid blend. 2% salicylic + a potent AHA blend of 8.4% glycolic acid, 7.1% lactic acid, 5% mandelic acid, 2.5% malic acid and 2% tartaric acid deliver gentle, multi-level resurfacing. Plant extracts like bisabolol from chamomile, glycyrrhetinic acid from licorice and allantoin soothe skin while the acids go to work. Naturally derived butterfly pea flower calms and gives the peel its natural lilac color. The pH range is tightly controlled to stay within the safe and efficacious range of 3.5-3.9.
What is does?
This liquid-gel peel glides over skin and immediately goes to work to address multiple signs of aging. AHA, a water-soluble exfoliant, addresses wrinkles, fine lines and rough, crepey texture. Oil-soluble BHA penetrates pores to unclog, refine and soothe. The result after rinsing? Hydrated, supple, ultra-glowy skin.
How to use:
Weekly, apply a generous amount to clean, dry skin, avoiding the immediate eye area and lips. Leave on for ten minutes then rinse using warm water. Pat dry. Do not use other exfoliants at the same time as this product. Do not use more than once per week.
Note: Slight tingling may occur; if this happens, it should subside within a moment or two. If it does not subside or intensifies, immediately rinse peel with warm water. Do not use on compromised, sensitized skin.
Sun Protection Advice When Using Any AHA Exfoliant: This product contains alpha hydroxy acids, ingredients that may increase your skin's sensitivity to the sun and the possibility of sunburn. Always apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen rated SPF 30 or greater every day. When outdoors, wear protective clothing whenever possible, seek shade, and avoid prolonged sun exposure.
If you have a salicylate allergy, check with your physician before using any products that contain salicylic acid.