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70% Glycolic Acid At Home Chemical Peel

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ph 0.6

Order a complete 70% glycolic adjustable kit, or choose individual bottles of 70% glycolic acid.


Save when you order two 70% glycolic-only bottles!
Adjustable recipes for 20%-70% strengths, non-buffered.
An extremely versatile product in that you can mix the solution for a light exfoliation or deep peel, whichever you prefer.

Please be advised:
Our 2 dram sample includes directions and the acid-only.
(Instructions are listed above, under corresponding tab.)


Our full sized kit includes:

1.01 oz of pharmaceutical grade 70% glycolic acid pH 0.6
2 oz skin prep solution to prepare the skin for the peeling serum - ingredients pH Prep Solution
2 oz acid reducer. This will dilute the acid solution to give you a safe and more gentle peel
mixing dish
fan brush for application
Instructions listed above, under corresponding tab.

    Or order the 70% acid-only.

    Apply with fingertips or fan brush
    Full instructions listed above.

    You should always begin a peeling program by patch testing the skin to make sure you will have no sensitivities to the recipe selected.

    Begin with the 20% recipe first, then adjust up-or-down in percentage once you have finished your patch test. This peel, non buffered at 20%, will be as strong as 40% buffered products offered online.

    The kit will allow you to mix a recipe unique to your skin type....make weaker or stronger.....a light exfoliator or a deeper peeling product.....whatever you personally need. Multiple products not needed. This is a wonderfully versatile product.


    Post Peel:
    Sunscreen is needed after any peeling treatment with an SPF Factor of 30 or higher.

    Issues with darker skin tones:: If you have darker skin tones, strong glycolic acid may cause uneven lightening, in patches, on the skin and should not be used in high concentrations. Please refer to our 30% glycolic kit, or our 40% lactic acid kit.

    Cautions:
    Never use this peel at full strength.
    Always begin at the lowest strength and patch-test your skin before using on the entire facial area.
    This is a cosmeceutical product intended for the improvement of appearance.
    It is not intended to mitigate, diagnose, cure or treat any medical condition. If you have a medical problem, please consult with a qualified medical professional.
    Chemical peels...of any type...can cause injury, so use carefully and keep out of reach of children.

    General Peeling Cautions:
  • 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.


  • 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. Because each person's skin is unique, 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.

     

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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.

    Ingredients:
     
    Glycolic acid Ultra Pure (tm), deionized water, (70% unbuffered ph 0.6), glycerin USP, hydroxyethylcellulose, panthanol, methyisothiozolinone, benzyl alcohol.
     
     
    70% Customizable Glycolic Peeling Kit
     
    Please....read this entire instructional packet before using the product.
     
    Cautions:
    ALWAYS DO A PATCH TEST BEFORE USING ANY CHEMICAL PRODUCT. MISUSE CAN CAUSE BURNS AND/OR INJURY, SO PLEASE FOLLOW OUR INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY AS WRITTEN.
     
    Soap Neutralizes Glycolic Acid!
    If you are using soap-based products (sodium lauryl sulfate or sodium laureth sulfate) they can diminish or completely neutralize results.
     
    You can remedy this by using a gentle facial scrub 24 hours before your patch test and/or peel. Our Green Tea Pomegranate Cleansing Gel (available on our website), Aveeno cleansing lotions or Aveeno cleansing bars are soap-free and are readily available at any Wal-Mart or drug store.
     
    Additionally, using a toner such as our Mandelic Acid Toner will help to remove surface residue before you begin your peel.
     
    General Information:
    Each persons level of sensitivity is going to be different. Begin with the 20% recipe and patch test a sensitive area such as the side of the neck.
     
    Wait 24 hours to see if there is any irritation, rash or other noticeable signs of over-sensitivity.
     
    Remember you are strong acid with an acid reducer. It will be stronger then the buffered products you have used in the past.
     
    --Do not apply to skin that has open lesions, cold sores, etc.
    --Do not use on sunburned skin, irritated skin, or skin that is being treated with prescription strength products such as Accutane, Differin, Retin A or Retinol.
     
    Ethnic Skin Colorations And Possible Issues: Glycolic acid can cause patches of lighter skin on darker ethnic skin tones.
     
    Begin at the 20% level, do your patch test on an inconspicuous area, and make sure that the level of strength you have chosen does not cause discoloration issues.
     
    You will need:
    --Any type of cup or custard dish filled with warm water (no soap) for cleaning the eye-dropper.
    --Kitchen timer or watch with sweep-hand
    --Green Tea/Pomegranate Facial Cleanser (available on our website)
    --Sink filled with lukewarm-cool, soapy water with mirror.
    --The contents of your glycolic kit. -
    -Moisturizer of your choice, but one that is acid-free for post peel use.  When in doubt, purchase our BellEvolve Advanced Repair Cream for excellent healing post-peel.
    --Washcloth --Cotton balls or pads -
    -Towel
     
    Pre-Peel Heads-Up:
    1. Do your peel in an area where you have access to a sink and mirror.
     
    2. Lukewarm-cool soapy water will neutralize any burning sensations. If you've mixed the solution too strongly, gently remove the solution with lukewarm/cool soapy water until the acid solution has been completely removed. Any burning sensations will disappear after the solution has been removed. You may use your washcloth, but don't rub. Be gentle in order to avoid irritation. Then apply any moisturizer that is acid-free.  We strongly recommend our BellEvolve Advanced Repair Cream for this purpose.
     
    3. After your treatment, always use a sunscreen with an SFP of 15 or higher. Our SPF 46 Cream is excellent.  Use for 1 week post peel, as your skin will be very photo-sensitive.
     
    Mixing the Solution:
    Begin with the 20% solution ONLY as your first effort and as your patch test. Remember you can always move up if the solution isn't strong enough, or use more acid-reducer if it is too strong.
     
    Keep track of any recipe changes you make to suit your unique skin-type. Your acid reducer comes in a dispensing bottle. Begin mixing your peeling solution by using droplets of the acid reducer first. Drop the correct amount of Acid Reducer Droplets, from the dispensing bottle, into your mixing bowl (included with your kit). Then, add the correct amount of glycolic acid droplets into the bowl and mix with the acid reducer.
     
    DO NOT RE-USE YOUR SOLUTION OR POUR BACK INTO BOTTLES. ALWAYS MIX A FRESH SOLUTION EACH TIME YOU DO A PEEL.
     
    Clean the glycolic acid dropper, with water, post peel and allow it to dry completely before inserting it back into the glycolic acid bottle.
     
    To prepare 3 milliliters of solution:
     

    Glycolic Acid
    Strength by Percentage

     

    Drops of Acid Reducer

     

    Drops of Glycolic Acid

    20%

    43

    17

    25%

    39

    21

    30%

    34

    26

    35%

    30

    30

    40%

    26

    34

    45%

    21

    39

    50%

    17

    43

    55%

    13

    47

    60%

    9

    51

    65%

    4

    56

     
     
    How long should I leave the peel on my face and how often should I peel?

    1. Begin with a 30 second to 1 minute treatment your first time and increase from there until you find your unique level of sensitivity.