GLYCOLIC ACID PEEL 50%
Andanced Skin Rejuvenation System for Photodamage, Acne, In-grown Hairs, Hyperpigmentation, Actinic Keratoses, Fine Wrinkles, Melasma, Age Spots, And Dry Skin.
Glycolic peel has become a rather popular cosmetic procedure. It is a type of superficial chemical peel which sloughs off dead skin cells from upper layers. At the same time, the peel smoothes skin by reducing the horny layer and thickening the living epidermis. The procedure helps normalize hyper pigmentation like pimples and pigment spots.
Glycolic, or hydroxyl-acetic, acid is the basic component for the procedure. It is classified as AHA (alpha-hydroxy acid) or fruit acid. In nature, it is found in green grapes, sugar cane and beetroot. Glycolic acid reduces skin inflammation and provides for smoother, firmer and healthier skin. In general, glycolic peel has an anti-aging effect and is known for fast visible results because glycolic acid stimulates the fibroblasts and collagen synthesis. Thus, it heightens skin tightness (the ability to withstand mechanical strain), makes skin smoother and removes minor wrinkles also diminish the appearance of age spots, reduce hyper-pigmentation to even skin ton, prevent blemishes and help reduce acne scarring.
With use of this peeling solution, your skin may feel tight or dry for a few days. In some cases, the skin will begin to lightly flake . Your skin should begin to balance out after a full week. Available Strengths: 30% 40%, 50%, 60.
Features and benefits:
• Stimulates new skin cells
• Exfoliates dead skin cells
• Promotes younger looking skin
• Improves skin elasticity and hydration
• Reduces appearance of pore size
20-30% Glycolic Acid Peel Downtime:
The 20-35% Glycolic Acid Peel has little to no downtime. Typically, this peel does not produce visible peeling. The skin may feel tight and shiny and may be a bit pink in color during application and a few hours following application. You can resume to normal exfoliation after one week.
50% Glycolic Acid Peel Downtime:
The 50% Glycolic Acid Peel has mild to moderate downtime. Typically you will see some light to medium peeling and some areas of the skin may frost ( turning a white/offwhite color ) during application. It is common for frosted areas to darken before peeling off. The peeling typically starts on day 4 or 5. You can resume to normal exfoliation after one week.
Step 1: Cleansing
Cleanse skin with our Green Tea Age Defying Cleanser and pat dry.
Step 2: Pre-peel
Apply pre-peel solution using a cotton pat, wipe the peel area throughly remove surface oils and dirt to ensure the skin is properly cleansed. Allow your skin to dry thoroughly.
Step 3: Peel
Pour out Glycolic Acid Peel solution to glass bowl about 3 ml. Apply Glyco Acid Peel with brush or gauze pad. Begin at the forehead and apply acid down the entire face, avoid eyes and lips. Apply to neck and chest, if desired. Allow the acid to process for 2-5 minute.
Step 4: Neutralization
Remove the peel by applying the Neutralizer Solution with brush directly over the applied area. Rinse the remaining solution with cool water. Gently pat the skin dry.
Step 5: Skin moisturization, soothing and nourishment
Apply EGF Peptide Stem Cell Serum. Repeat application of EGF Peptide Stem Cell Serum twice daily and as needed to moisturize the skin throughout the day. Apply SPF 30 daily to protect the skin from damage during the day. Use once a week.
After Your Peel:
Generously apply EGF Peptide Stem Cell Serum or Hyaluronic Ceramide Serum or your favorite moisturizer as needed for tight, dry skin. Use a minimum of broad spectrum SPF 30 every day to protect healing skin. Begin using a daily exfoliator in between peels for long lasting results.
Avoid direct contact with eyes. For External use only. Use a sunscreen and limit sun exposure while using this product. Before perform your peel, please read the complete instructions provided within this product.