Lactic Acid Home Peel
DIRECTIONS OF USE
Apply small amount (it’s an acid) over dry and clean skin of face/neck, wear for 10 minutes, once a week, followed by a hyaluronic acid mask (sheet) for 10-15 minutes.
Repeat next week on the same “spa” day.
- Cheek, around lip, nose areas are the most sensitive – so, avoid if sensitive or do last to avoid excess irritation.
- Avoid eyes, lips and mucous membranes areas (apply thick cream or Paw-Paw ointment or vaseline before the peel to protect it).
- A light stinging/itching sensation is normal, but if too much or redness – please, rinse with cool water.
Open wounds or damaged skin barrier, infections, hypersensitivity, including to diary products, pregnancy.
- Stop using Vitamin A cream 3 days before the peel.
- Do not apply to irritated, sensitive skin
- Avoid sun exposure for 24 hours before or after the peel, then use SPF 50+ on a daily basis.
- Apply a small amount to a cleaned area of skin on the upper forearm. If any redness, itching, swelling, or irritation occurs throughout the test, do not use product. If irritation occurs discontinue use and consult with your doctor.
Lactic (milk) acid complex
It is not a substitute of professional peels or facials – rather alternative for busy people and helps to achieve maximum when you do have professional treatment.
Glass bottle. 4 peelings supply.
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- Natural moisturizer, collagen stimulant and pre-biotic for skin
- Cleansing dead skin safely and effectively, at professional grade
- No or minimal downtime.
- Lightening, anti-aging, toning peel.
- Ideal for dry, sun damaged, aging skin.
WHAT IS IT?
Lactic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid that is used to exfoliate the top layer of skin by sloughing away the outer layer of dead skin, acting like a pre-biotic for the skin restoring “good” bacteria balance.
Aging, stress or harmful environment slow down natural “cleaning” self cleaning of the skin which inhibits regeneration and contributes to aging process therefore dead skin cleaning procedures are being used in cosmetics. AHA’s work by breaking down the bonds holding dead skin cells together to reveal brighter, smoother skin underneath – suitable for dull or dry skin.
Lactic acid is used to diminish the visibility of wrinkles, sun damage, pores, increase cell turnover and help skin to hold moisture.
As the molecule is larger than other acids (such as glycolic acid) it does not penetrate the skin deeply, therefore it gives safer treatment to polish, firm and exfoliate the skin.
With any topical acid treatment there is a potential for it to irritate skin.
Side effects include skin irritation, redness, swelling, or itching.
Patch tests are recommended and can help predict if you may experience a negative reaction to lactic acid.