I've used Fade Peel four times, once weekly for a month. It definitely has a very annoying itch/sting/hot feel to it, which makes me feel as if it's doing something good for my skin. I leave it on the full five minutes. I rinse well with cool water, which feels great. Then I apply Argan oil.
It's difficult for me to assess any results. I haven't seen any kind of peeling, which I'm not supposed to get with this peel. Without visible peeling, I can't really tell what effects Fade Peel is having on my skin. But it feels very nice the next day.
I think my skin looks, overall, clearer, with less variation in colors (white spots, dark spots, darker spots, red spots, with some ordinary Caucasian skin in between!) and I really do think I'm seeing a a smoother overall appearance.
I use Mandelic Acid once a week, Fade Peel once a week, and Retinol or Retin A on the other days. I'm using Acne Pore Minimizer as my toner, morning and night except for 24 before and after using Fade Peel (as per directions).
I use Argan oil as a night moisturizer. I also have a Vit. A & E serum, which I try to fit into the schedule here and there.
I'm 71, and have no acne issues, but large pores and discolorations. I don't have a lot of wrinkles, but a few deeper ones - I hope they're getting less deep.
I started using Mandelic and Retinol in May - about five months ago. So I consider myself a newbie. I definitely intend to continue using MUAC products. I can just tell the quality is excellent, as is customer service. I might find cheaper ones elsewhere, but in the case of my skin, for dermatological reasons, I'd rather stick with a truly trustworthy company. And the prices are reasonable. I wish I could afford to buy even more, but I'm happy with my current regimen for now. Will report back in a couple of months, after continued Fade Peel usage.
Reviewed by: Felicity from Wailuku.