Lactic Acid Peel (Alpha Hydroxy Acid):
It also can be used for the following: Acne, Acne Scars, Blackheads/Whiteheads, Dry Skin, Sun-damaged Skin, Blotchy Pigmentation, Fine Wrinkles, Loss of Elasticity, Large Pores, in-grown hairs, Age Spots, Eczema, Seborrheic Keratosis, Hyperkeratosis, and Actinic keratosis.
Choosing a strength that's right for you:
If this is your first peel and you have sensitive skin, you may begin with lower percentages (10% - 30%) and work your way up to higher percentages.
If you have experience with peels and have normal skin, then you may begin with our higher percentages (40% - 50%).
Note about Rosacea
If you have Rosacea or very dry and sensitive skin, then Lactic Acid may be the better choice. Lactic Acid only works to help the symptoms of Rosacea, and does not offer a cure.
Note about Retin A
If you are using Retin A products and want to use our Acid Peels, you will need to stop the treatments for at least two-weeks before using the Peels. Retin A makes the skin very sensitive to the sun and to other products.
Distilled Water, Lactic Acid, Glycerin, Isopropyl Alcohol, Sodium Hydroxide, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose and Sodium Citrate.
Preform a spot skin test before applying our Lactic Acid to the full area. Use the below directions on the inside of your wrist. After cleansing, confirm no irritation has occured - then apply as normal.