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... glycolic peel yesterday. ... (21 replies)
... but basically, you do a peel once a week for 6 weeks, then nothing for 2 weeks, then peel for 6 weeks, and so on. ... (21 replies)
... glycolic peel other day. I just cant wait to get it. Does any one have any tips or suggestions for when I start using it? ... (21 replies)

... but I don't even have the flaking every time. It doesn't have to flake to be working! And you face should never look red or burnt. And the glycolic acid does penetrate the skin whereas microdermabrasion only deals with the surface. ... (21 replies)
... I'm a little scared of a glycolic peel, I'm only 20 and I thought it would be bad for young skin. ... (21 replies)
... making more of them. If your skin has a bumpy texture, a glycolic peel might be more helpful. ... (21 replies)
... I use both. I have a Dermanew home microdermabrasion machine that I use with Aromaleigh's microdermabrasion cream once a week. ... (21 replies)
... No, I haven't tried the cream. I use a ton of other products, so the glycolic acid & Exfol serum are the only AHA products on my list. (21 replies)
... Thank you belle for all the advice you have given me. I will do it 6 weeks then off 2 weeks. Belle, have you ever tried the glycolic cream? ... (21 replies)
... I'm sure 10% is quite safe - you probably won't see much results though. I'd go with at least a 15% or 30%. I have very sensitive skin & I started with 30%. You do a patch test first, then if you're okay, you start out by only leaving it on for 1 minute. Then you increase by 1 minute each week. I would just buy a sample size until you see which works best. (21 replies)
... Is 10% glycolic acid a safe amount to start out with? My face is a little sensitive since I am older now. (21 replies)
... Actually, it would probably help. Just read up on the glycolic peels - you want to start out slowly. Better to take 6-9 months to get results with a 30% peel than to attempt a 70% peel (at first anyway) and get a severe burn. (21 replies)
... My favorite is Epidermx. A couple of other kits I've tried all made my skin smooth but they didn't work like Epidermx. As for glycolic treatments. ... (10 replies)




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