ASDM Beverly Hills 40% Lactic Acid Peel, 1 Ounce

August 7, 2015 - Comment

Lactic Acid peels stimulate new growth of skin and collagen by decreasing the bond that holds dead skin cells on the surface. Lactic Acid peels increase collagen production, resurface skin, improve skin tone and texture. Product Features Lactic acid peels help to eliminate germs, toxins and dead cells on skin’s surface Rejuvenates skin by encouraging

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Lactic Acid peels stimulate new growth of skin and collagen by decreasing the bond that holds dead skin cells on the surface. Lactic Acid peels increase collagen production, resurface skin, improve skin tone and texture.

Product Features

  • Lactic acid peels help to eliminate germs, toxins and dead cells on skin’s surface Rejuvenates skin by encouraging the shedding of old, sun-damaged surface skin cells
  • Lactic peels stimulate new growth of skin and collagen by decreasing the bond that holds dead skin cells on the surface
  • Evens skin tone and minimizing areas of discoloration for all skin types Cumulative benefits and optimal results with weekly treatments
  • Each batch will have its own unique batch number and expiration date printed onto the bottom of each bottle, as part of quality control procedures

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Excellent product from a class act company! This is the ONLY one I could find on Amazon that did not contain unnecessary, harmful chemicals. It’s also the only company that seems to be completely forthright in their formulas. Beware of those selling ‘pure’ lactic acid. Run like hell to search them elsewhere and get the actual ingredient list. Then ask why they didn’t list it- up front. 

Natalie Murray says:

Excellent all-around! Excellent product! I can use this twice a week with proper preparation and post-peel care. Please note that I am a veteran peeler, so I don’t suggest doing that for first-timers or those new to peels. Also, you can burn yourself putting this on thick (like with a brush). Be prepared with a neutralizing solution (baking soda & water works just fine). Also, ASDM has this post-peel “T” cream that can really help your skin recover quickly. They gave me a sample, which was a great gesture…

Kendra Given says:

Noticable results! I am in the process of trying to address some serious skin issues. Acne, scarred pores, ice pick scars, congested skin, etc. I have tried 20% salicylic acid peels before, but had no visible results, so I decided to try a 40% lactic acid peel since I felt I needed something a little stronger. I left the peel on for a total of 4 min for my first time. I did get burned fairly well between the folds of my nose and mouth and ended up with some scabbing, but nothing too major. I think I’m sensitive…

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