Lactic Acid is a non-irritating rapid exfoliator.
If you have used our 40% Lactic Acid Peel successfully,
this is your next step in the peeling process.
(Instructions are listed above, under corresponding tab.)
Because Lactic Acid is a naturally occurring human metabolite, there is much less chance of allergic reaction using this type of acid peel. If you are looking for a peel with a good acidic value and with virtually no irritation, then this product is for you.
- Loosens and removes the surface debris on the skin.
- Softens comedomes.
- Deep cleans pores.
- Softens fine lines.
- Extremely effective at stimulating natural collagen production
for a fresh, moistened look. Great for mature skin.
- This particular formulation contains licorice extract, an extremely effective botanical skin-lightening additive.
- Is a non-irritating acid treatment and great for sensitive skin.
- No "down time", no noticeable flaking of the skin, just a sloughing-off of the dried, glued together
sebum and surface skin debris
Persons with milk allergies, should not use Lactic Acid products.
- Lactic acid is very expensive and typically costs about $75-$125 for one salon treatment in most parts of the country.
- Take advantage of the huge savings you'll get with our kits.
You are beginning your treatments with pores that are congested/clogged with embedded dirt, dead skin cells and sebum. As you begin your treatments the sebum just under the surface will likely emerge as blemishes. This is normal. Breakouts may seem more pronounced since the acid is cleaning the pores more quickly than with regular cleansing products. Typically within the first 3 weeks, the skin begins to show improved clarity with very few breakouts. Please try to be patient during this time. Deep cleansing and exfoliation is a "process" which takes some time to work.
Extremely oily skin types, consider using our beta serum as your first-step before doing your peel to "cut through" the oil. While it is not a necessity, it will help extremely oily skin clients to realize better results with any of our acid peels. And, you can use it between peels to help control oil.
Beta Hydroxy Serum
Never use manual exfoliators nor scrubbing brushes within 24 hours of using a peel. Stop Retin A, benzoyl peroxides, acne products and any other drying agents 24 hours before and after using an alpha hydroxy or beta hydroxy peel.
If you are allergic to aspirin products, never use a salicylic acid nor beta hydroxy peel.
Never apply a peel without doing a patch-test first and waiting 48 hours for results.
Never apply a chemical peel to inflamed skin.
Always read product directions in their entirety and don't take shortcuts.
Use our BellEvolve Advanced Repair Cream for skin that has been chemically over processed. It contains advanced healing agents that will quickly get your skin back to normal.
When in doubt about a caution, please write or call us for more information.
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FDA December 2, 2002 Posting - Sun Sensitivity
Clients need to be aware that by using glycolic acid and other peeling products, your skin will be more photo-sensitive than normal. It is recommended that you use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, preferably SPF 30 or higher, after using skin peel products. The FDA recommends using an SPF for one week post-peel.