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Professional Strength Salicylic Acid Peel 30%

Professional Strength Salicylic Acid Peel 30%

SKU: 4530

Salicylic Acid (30%) 30ml PH 2.5 with option to buy neutraliser/neutraliser & fan


Salicylic peels are treatments used to deeply exfoliate the surface layers of the skin. Salicylic acid breaks the bonds that hold the skin's cells together, causing them to shed away or peel. As the skin regenerates, it is rejuvenated. This product is great for oily and acne prone skin and can be used as spot treatment


Get Brighter, Smoother Skin


Immediately following a salicylic acid peel, you'll notice your skin feels softer and smoother. Salicylic acid peels can brighten your complexion.


They also will give your skin a better texture and make large pores look smaller.


Treat Acne and Blackheads


Salicylic acid peels are particularly helpful for treating acne and blackheads. Salicylic acid is a strong comedolytic, which means it helps unclog pores. It also helps decrease the amount of oil on the skin.


Reduce Sun Damage, Fine Lines, and Wrinkles


Salicylic acid peels are also used as anti-aging peels. While they can't erase deep lines and wrinkles, they can soften fine lines and give your complexion a boost.


This treatment is especially good at treating sun damage, too.


Fade Dark Spots and Uneven Skin Tone


A series of salicylic acid peel treatments can fade dark spots and discolorations like melasma, freckles, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (the discoloration that is left behind after a pimple heals).


What to Know

Some things to know before you use an at-home peel:


You may feel a tingling or very minor warming sensation during your at-home peel: Uncomfortable stinging or burning is not normal during an at-home peel. If you experience it, rinse the peel off with plenty of neutraliser, water and a gentle cleanser right away.

More is not better: Where most people get into trouble is leaving the peel on for longer than recommended, or doing them too often. This won't get you better results but can irritate your skin.

Peels may not mix well with other skincare products: Some prescription medications, especially those for acne or anti-aging like topical retinoids and isotretinoin, also cause rapid exfoliation of the skin. Pairing those with an OTC salicylic acid peel can irritate your skin.


Side Effects of Salicylic Acid Peels

Chemical peels, in general, are safe procedures. You'll be more likely to see side effects after a deep salicylic acid peel than a superficial salon peel. Still, even strong salicylic acid peels generally won't cause side effects substantial enough to keep you from your daily activities.


You may experience:


Stinging or mildly tender skin

Dryness, peeling, and flaking


Herpes simplex blisters (cold sores), if you're prone to them

Abnormal lightening or darkening of the skin, which is usually temporary


Who Shouldn't Use Salicylic Acid Peels

Evidence has shown that salicylic acid peels aren't right for you if you:

Are allergic to topical salicylates

Are pregnant

Have a rash, broken skin, sunburn, or irritation, in the area where the peel will be done


We recommend:

up to 30 seconds first, then increase the wait time in 10 second incremients. You will feel tingling. Using our handheld fan allows you to keep skin cool for product to be left on longer and penetrate into your skin. This process should not be uncomfortable. Always use our neutralizer to stop the acid processing


**  Individual results may vary ***

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