INTENSELY EXFOLIATE = SHRINK PORES + REDUCE FINE LINES AND WRINKLES + FADE ACNE SCARS
Glycolic Acid has the smallest molecule in the AHA?s which enables it to penetrate skin deeply and easily. It is one of the most effective actives for improving the appearance of acne, acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles, freckles, uneven skin tone, rough and scaly skin, scars, and sun damaged skin.
Glycolic acid works by eating away at the glue between cells. It reacts with the top layer of skin, breaking it down by dissolving sebum and other substances that bind cells together. Dead skin cells are sloughed off revealing smoother, brighter, younger looking skin.
It can minimize the appearance of pores by keeping them clear and helping the surrounding cells to strengthen and regain elasticity.
Spotlight on Ingredients
Glycolic acid works as an exfoliator. In fact, it is the smallest molecule size of any AHA, allowing the formula to effectively penetrate the skin. Thus, stimulating collagen to turnover dead skin cells and hydrate the skin during the peel process.
Retinol (Vitamin A) has been used for decades and remains the gold standard of anti-aging due to its powerful ability to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation by stimulating collagen production and cell turnover which yields a supple, youthful appearance.
Green Tea, Chamomile, Cucumber Botanical Extracts are excellent sources of vitamins and minerals. Helps as antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and gives enhanced UV sun protection post peel.
Directions: Read supplied step by step instructions thoroughly before use. For professional use only.YEOUTH Glycolic Acid Peel 30% fades acne scars and dark marks. Can be used to help with acne scar treatment. It also keeps your pores clean which fights off acne even more.An exfoliating wash with YEOUTH?s Glycolic acid eats away at the glue between cells letting old skin slough off and fade away, revealing the youthful and vibrant skin underneath. It has the smallest molecule size of any AHA molecule allowing the formula to effectively penetrate the skin.