15% Glycolic Serum Peel


Our 15% glycolic serum reduces oil, fights bacteria, exfoliates dead skin cells, while helping to promote moisturization by renewing native skin collagen. For Oily – Blemished Skin

Ingredients + Benefits

15% Glycolic Serum Peel

15 % Glycolic Serum Peel is a leave on serum peel used to reduce oiliness, clears blemishes, reduces acne & acne scars, pimples, blackheads, pore size, reducing appearance of fine lines, smooths skin texture & tone, improve moisture retention, increase & renew collagen.
AHA skin care products with our 15 % Glycolic Peel is a light peel applied like a serum to leave on & apply moisturiser over the top

15 % Glycolic Serum Peel Ingredients:

Aloe Vera Gel, Glycolic Acid and Sodium Glycolate, Lavender Extract, Arnica Blossoms Extract, Calendula Blossoms Extract, Carbomer, Guar Gum, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sodium PCA, Sodium Hydroxide, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Benzoate.

About 15% Glycolic Serum Peel
15% glycolic peel can be used for aging, acne or oily skin with reduce pore size.
Glycolic acid will change your life. Many people use products that irritate their skin, causing their skin to flake off, causing many other knock on effects including dehydration, irritation & redness.
Then ladies pile on pounds of concealer to cover an errant breakout which will cause more acne-prone skin. Glycolic Acid Deserves More Credit.

AHA skin care products have a major advantage with using glycolic acid as it does more than treat breakouts. This ingredient can also tackle hyperpigmentation, dullness, and signs of skin aging, such as lines and wrinkles, without breaking a sweat. Here’s a breakdown of the most common questions about glycolic acid and what exactly makes it such a great ingredient.

What is glycolic acid & how does 15% glycolic peel differ?

Glycolic acid is a type of alpha-hydroxy acid (or AHA) that’s derived from sugar cane. It joins other acids you might recognize, such as lactic acid (derived from sour milk and purportedly a favorited of Cleopatra’s), tartaric acid (from grapes), and citric acid—which, you might guess, comes from citrus fruits.

But it’s unique. “Of the AHAs, glycolic is the simplest in structure and the smallest; it has the lowest molecular weight,” says Kenneth Howe, M.D., a dermatologist at Wexler Dermatology in New York City. That small molecular weight means “it’s easy for it to penetrate your skin and be super effective,” says skin therapist at Heyday in NYC.

What does glycolic acid do for your skin?

First and foremost, glycolic acid is an exfoliant. It helps shed dead skin cells and reveal the newer, brighter layers underneath by acting on the stratum corneum (the outermost layer of skin). “Normal, intact stratum corneum consists of tightly packed layers of dead skin cells that are tightly bonded together,” says Howe. “Glycolic acid loosens these bonds.” With their glue dissolved by glycolic acid, those tough, rough layers of dead skin cells can more easily slough away.

But because glycolic acid is so small, it can get deeper into your skin too, where it does some serious work. “Glycolic acid stimulates fibroblasts in the dermis to produce increased amounts of collagen,” says Howe. And by stimulating collagen production, it helps skin feel firmer and minimizes fine lines and wrinkles. Between the superficial action on your stratum corneum and the work it does below, “your skin will feel smoother and look more radiant and even-toned,” Shapiro says.

How do you use glycolic acid products in your skin-care routine?

As with any exfoliant, it’s best to start small if you have sensitive skin or are prone to irritation. For this Organica Skin Care recommends using it in a Cleanser, skin prep, glycolic peel, serum & cream .  Try one of our glycolic anti aging products with hydration & exfoliating in mind using our  Multi Fruit Cleanser, Glycolic Serum, Glycolic Cream or New Skin Glycolic Cream or our acne blemish skin products  Deep Pore Clarifying Cleanser, Blemish Control Cream, Blemish Control Gel.

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