Peeling with Glycolic Acid

Peeling with Glycolic Acid

Glycolic Acid is an Alpha Hydroxyacid derived from the sugar cane.

Alpha Hydroxyacid derived from the sugar cane. Its small molecular size facilitates the faster and deeper penetration through the skin surface, improving results.

Glycolic peel diminishes corneocyte adhesion, accelerating cellular renovation and the penetration of topical agents. This exfoliating effect removes the uneven layer of dead skin cells resulting in a smoother and uniform skin texture. This may help improve oily skins and lighten hyper pigmented areas.