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At Home Chemical Peels

Safe Handling Of Acid Peels and Retinoid Products:
 
--Use Acids and Retinoids with care and caution.
--Always patch test before use.
--Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
--Should an acid/retinoid get into the eyes, rinse with cold water and consult a physician if irritation persists.
--Keep these products out of reach of children.
--Misuse of chemical products can cause burns or injury. Use as directed for safety.
--Always store chemical peels in a cool, dry place for 12 month shelf life.
 
See our subheading of "General Cautions" below.
Instructions for chemical peels are listed in the "tabbed" area of the respective product pages.
 
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 Sub-Categories
5 Acid Body Peel
General Cautions When Peeling
Fade Peel
Glycolic Acids
Gly-Luronic Daily Exfoliator
Jessner Peel
Lactic Acids
Mandelic Acid
MUAC Radiance Peel - Alpha Beta + Fruit Acids
Non-Acid Enzymes
Pumpkin Peel with 5% Glycolic Acid
Salicylic Acid
TCA At Home Chemical Peels
pH Prep Solution
Post Peel Neutralizer
Post Peel Skin Care
TCA and Jessner Peel Booster
 

Lactic Acids (Alpha Hydroxy)

Derived from milk, milder than glycolic acid, and typically better for working on hyperpigmentation problems. Our formulation contains licorice extract, an effective skin lightening additive. Appropriate for normal, dry, or oily skin. An alpha hydroxy, this peel penetrates the epidermis-only.  A good all around peel for the beginner. 

Glycolic Acid (Alpha Hydroxy)
A good all-around acid for normal-oily skin types to exfoliate the skin. More harsh than lactic acids. An alpha hydroxy, this peel penetrates the epidermis-only.

Mandelic Acid (Alphy Hydroxy) 
An alpha hydroxy acid, Mandelic Acid is derived from bitter almonds.  The molecular structure of mandelic acid is larger than better known alpha hydroxy acids such as glycolic acid and lactic acid.  This means it takes longer to penetrate the skin's surface and is much less irritating.  Excellent for acne, large pores, blackheads, wrinkles, lines, sun damaged skin, extremely sensitive skin and darker skin tones. 

Pumpkin Exfoliating Masque w/5% Glycolic Acid
A wonderful combination of enzymatic properties, along with an alpha hydroxy acid to exfoliate the skin, refine texture and brighten skin tones.
 
Salicylic Acid (Beta Hydroxy)
Oil soluble, thus making these acids perfect for oily/acne skin that needs deep pore cleansing and loosening of blackheads. Use the 3% or 8% strengths as a "first-step" when using alpha hydroxy acid peels to remove all oils from the skin, or use alone 3/4 times per week for oil/blackhead control. Use the 15% or 10% once a week only. A beta-hydroxy, this acid penetrates the upper layers of the epidermis only.

Trichloreacetic Acid (TCA)
Deeper peeling class of acids used for acne, lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, scarring. Longer lasting results, more intensive. This peel penetrates the epidermis, into the upper layers of the dermis, thus producing a more effective peeling experience. Always begin with a low strength with this particular acid.

Non Acid Enzyme Peel
All natural enzymes from papaya (papain) and pineapple (bromelain), safely dissolve surface skin debris and leave skin feeling soft, cleansed and refreshed. Our enzyme peel is professional strength, exactly what you would get in a very high-end salon. Use this product if you have sensitive skin that is non-tolerant of acid usage. Professional Enzyme Peel (non acid)

Revitalization Peel (Jessner's Type)
Based in alcohol, this is a drying peel best suited for oily, acneic skin types. Containing both alpha and beta hydroxies along with resorcinol, this peel penetrates more deeply than an alpha or beta peel, but less deeply than a TCA. Not recommended for sensitive skin. Not recommended for dry skin. 





LEGAL DISCLAIMER:
Information provided within this entire website is intended to be used as general information-only and is in no way intended to replace medical advice, is not to be used as a medical treatment program, nor to diagnose or cure of any disease or medical condition. Always consult with a qualified physician for medical advice.  You are solely responsible for the use and misuse of products offered and for all actions and consequences of that use or misuse. As with any peeling product, some people are resistant to acids. If you think you fall into this category, please "pass" on purchasing the product.  We cannot guarantee results, as each person's skin type is unique. You assume sole risk and responsibility when using these products. We make no warranties, expressed or implied, regarding the effectiveness of products. You are using products listed on our web site at your sole risk and are responsible for all actions and consequences of use and misuse. Always patch test products before use.

Keep products out of reach of children! Misuse of chemical products can cause injury and burns.

Always store chemical peels in a cool, dry place for optimal shelf-life (12 months).

AGREEMENT: 
You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Makeup Artist's Choice, Inc., http://makeupartistschoice.com, its officers, employees, agents, and suppliers from and against any and all claims, charges, demands, damages, liabilities, losses, expenses, and liabilities of whatever nature and howsoever arising (including but not limited to any legal or other professional fees and the costs of defending or prosecuting any claim and any other direct or consequential loss) incurred or suffered directly or indirectly as a result of using any product listed on our website.

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.

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