Professional Peel Exfoliator Glycolic
4oz Non-buffered Glycolic Acid, pH 0.9 available in 30%.
• A catalyst for skin rejuvenation. To stimulate the production of collagen and fibril tissue.
• To rapidly exfoliate superficial skin problems including but not limited to:
o Dry skin
o Fine lines
o Age spots
o Stretch marks (use 70%)
o Mediate acne problems
o Improves scarring
o Blood flow is improved
o Controls oiliness
o Warts (use 70%)
o Tone and texture
• Protocol sent separately with every bottle. Must be read and understood. Call with any questions.
• For external use only. Avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes.
• Keep out of reach of small children.
• Do not use more than every other week on a client. If Irritation develops, discontinue use.
• Client/Patient selection is important in a facial glycolic peel, perform on individuals with fair complexions. Olive to darker complexions can develop hypo-or hyper-pigmentation.
• All AHAs/BHAs should be stopped 48 hours prior and restart again 48 hours following peel.
• Sunscreen must be applied following treatments.
• Prescription Vitamin A (Tretinoin) must stop at least seven days prior and may restart the Vitamin A two weeks post peels.
• Do not use skin bleaching agents as a first resort. They should be saved as a last resort.
• For patients with active facial herpes—medication 24 hours prior, during and 48 hours post-treatment with Valtrex®.
Deionized Water, Glycolic, Lactic, Malic and Tartaric, Citric and Salicylic Acids, SD Alcohol 40, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, and Tetrasodium EDTA
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