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Where To Buy Glycolic Acid Peel

Chemical peels are great for use as: Anti aging treatments, Acne treatments, Scar treatments, and to re-freshen the skin periodically. Glycolic has a small molecule and can penetrate into the skin very easily. Excellent results can be obtained by using glycolic peels weekly or bi-weekly. Expect mild flaking (peeling) to begin on day 3.

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Glycolic is one of the most common alpha hydroxy acids. Its popularity stems from its extra small molecular makeup. The tiny molecules can penetrate easily into the skin giving most people a great sloughing action after they perform a peel.

Glycolic acid is a great "general" type of acid. It is water soluble, and works nicely on most skin types. Glycolic Peels are the "Official Lunch Time Peels". The first readily available acid in day spas that started the chemical peel revolution!

These are professional grade, "Cool-Action" (30% and 50%) Glycolic peels. The 70% does not have cooling due to dilution requirements. If you are searching for these general types of skin improvements, then glycolic is the acid choice for you. Glycolic is great for:

With glycolic acid there is only a light amount, to no visible peeling. Glycolic is considered a Superficial peel. It can penetrate through the Stratum Corneum, the Stratum Granulsome and into the Stratum Basale layer at higher strengths. Peeling should be completed within 3-7 days. There is not truly any "down time" related with this acid. You may consider a bit of dryness "social downtime".

Continual use is recommended for best results. You can apply this peel one time every week or every second week until a series is completed. Then as needed, or monthly. Alpha hydroxy acids are considered OK to use during pregnancy and during breastfeeding (lactation).

Elizabeth P., Verified Buyer 06/11/14VERY PLEASED I ordered my first glycolic facial peel from your site about 3-4 weeks ago and am thrilled with my results so far! I am 29 years old and suffer from hormonal acne (especially after having two babies in 19 mos and breastfeeding) as well as freckling and sun damage. After 3 one layer 30% peels at the reccomended times and a fourth with two layers per the included instructions my skin is very clear, smooth and the sun damage, freckles, acne scars and uneven tone are definitely improved. I had very little sensitivity and noticed light peeling that was easily addressed with the emu oil and moisturizer with sunscreen. I am going to move up to the bi phasic peel to try and get at some stubborn blackheads on my chin and nose and will keep ordering from this company! *Results vary depending on individual needs and product usage. Please see us for personal recommendations.

Hollie McAnarney, Verified Buyer 11/17/13AWESOME I use the 30% glycolic peel along with the 3% salycilic mini peel. The results are wonderful on my oily acne-prone skin. It helps keep my skin clearer and has helped with the fine lines that have started to crop up! I love Platinum Skincare!!! *Results vary depending on individual needs and product usage. Please see us for personal recommendations.

Julie Faul, Verified Buyer 06/17/14GREAT PEEL - USE IT WITH 15% SALICYLIC I bought both the 15% salicylic and 50 glycolic peels. I worked mostly with the salicylic for several weeks and then decided to try the glycolic to help with the dryness the salicylic was creating. Peeling was minimal. At my next peel i did the salicylic peel and then the glycolic, back to back. this was too much for my skin. I could hardly touch or wash my face. Peeling was moderate and i noticed great results after a week. i haven't tried the dual peel again, but i love just the glycolic alone. i don't notice peeling as much as the salicylic and my face feels softer after a week. Going to try other peels to see how they work! love these products! *Results vary depending on individual needs and product usage. Please see us for personal recommendations.

Glycolic acid peels are a popular way to improve the look of your skin. They're also a great way to treat mild to moderate acne, as well as dry skin and wrinkles. If you're looking for a simple way to take care of your skin, these peels are great options.

AHAs like glycolic acid are water soluble, which means they dissolve in water. On the other hand, beta-hydroxy-acids (BHAs), such as salicylic acid, are oil soluble, meaning they dissolve in oil and can penetrate deeper into oily pores, Marisa Garshick M.D., board-certified dermatologist at the Manhattan Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery Center, tells SELF.

More specifically, glycolic acid reacts readily with the upper layer of the skin, weakening the binding properties of the lipids that hold the dead skin cells together through a process called desquamation. That allows the outer skin to dissolve, subsequently revealing the underlying skin, Dr. Kreptic says.

However, if you have sensitive skin or a condition like psoriasis, rosacea, or eczema, is it essential to speak with a board-certified dermatologist prior to any chemical peels. Glycolic acid tends to be more irritating than other chemical exfoliants, so you may need to choose a different acid or figure out a different treatment option.

There are three major types of glycolic acid peels, which differ based on both the concentration of the glycolic acid in the product being used and the amount of time that it stays on your skin, Debra Jaliman, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist based in New York City, tells SELF.

Deep: For deep peels, dermatologists use 55% to 70% glycolic acid, applied for at least three minutes and possibly up to 15 minutes. These peels can penetrate into the reticular dermis (the lower level of the dermis, below the papillary dermis). Deep peels can do everything that medium-depth peels can, as well as even improve the appearance of acne scars. Deep peels also typically require downtime of up to two weeks. This level of peel is usually reserved for treating deeper wrinkles or precancerous growths because it can come with serious side effects, including a risk for infection and scarring.

After the required exposure time has passed, the glycolic acid is neutralized with water or another solution. The neutralizing agent can also be applied earlier if the skin is uniformly red (which would suggest your skin is too sensitive for the treatment) or if frosting (the skin turning white from the exfoliation) occurs, Dr. Garshick says. The end of the treatment is crucial in determining the result of the treatment, as glycolic acid needs to be neutralized to stop the reaction and any unwanted side effects.

A glycolic acid peel is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) chemical exfoliation treatment. It is known to improve the health and appearance of skin by improving its tone, texture, and overall complexion.

Alpha-hydroxy acids are a group of acid compounds, most often derived from plant-based sources. There are a variety of different ones out there, some of which include glycolic (derived from sugarcane) and lactic (derived from sour milk). While they all act on the surface of the skin as chemical exfoliants, they differ in size, and subsequently penetration and potency.

Before Your PeelFor best results, prep the skin for a week prior to peel application with a daily exfoliator such as our Medpeel Glycolic 10% Daily Exfoliator. We, also, strongly recommend conducting a patch test 3 days before applying a glycolic acid face peel to ensure no negative or unusual reactions occur.Finally, the Peel Prep helps remove oil, dirt and impurities from the skin to ensure a more effective and even penetration of the chemical peel. Simply, sweep over the skin and do not rinse off. Wait 30 seconds to 1 minute before applying the peel

After applying the peel, use the Neutralizer Solution Spray to help safely balance the pH of the skin by neutralizing the acid and stopping the exfoliation process. To prolong results from your glycolic acid face peel treatments, we recommend using the Medpeel Glycolic 10% Daily Exfoliator between treatments.

Glow To Go Glycolic Acid Peel Pads contains powerful resurfacing alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that is gentle and safe for blemish-prone skin, enlarged pores, dark spots, uneven texture, collagen building and dry or dull skin. These peel pads brighten and even skin tone, refines skin texture, reduces the appearance of dark spots, minimizes the appearance of fine lines, and deeply moisturizes and decongest pores to leave you glowing after just a few swipes.

AGREEMENT: You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Makeup Artist's Choice, Inc.,, its officers, employees, agents, and suppliers from and against any and all claims, charges, demands, damages, liabilities, losses, expenses, and liabilities of whatever nature and howsoever arising (including but not limited to any legal or other professional fees and the costs of defending or prosecuting any claim and any other direct or consequential loss) incurred or suffered directly or indirectly as a result of using any product listed on our website.FDA December 2, 2002 Posting - Sun SensitivityClients need to be aware that by using glycolic acid and other peeling products, your skin will be more photo-sensitive than normal. It is recommended that you use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, preferably SPF 30 or higher, after using skin peel products. The FDA recommends using an SPF for one week post-peel.

When choosing a DIY peel, it's smart to consider your skin type, says Dr. Engelman. "Look at the acids in the peel, and make sure they target the issue you are trying to remedy." For example, someone with acne-prone skin might want to seek out a salicylic acid peel, while someone with sensitive skin looking to target hyperpigmentation is better suited with glycolic acid.

The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel recommends that companies use glycolic and lactic alpha-hydroxy acids in concentrations of 10 percent or less, in solutions with a pH of 3.5 or greater, when formulating consumer products. As for salicylic acid? The maximum concentration in over-the-counter products is two percent. 041b061a72

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