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... I rinsed only with water because the glycolic acid makes your skin sensitive and then using the washcloth, however gently, irritates the skin even more. ... (5 replies)
... t really notice much of a difference. It takes time to work, and you can do everything else you did before. ... (5 replies)
... im sorry. I know it sux... I am in somewhat of a similar situation. I was using a glycolic wash and was in the Bahamas 3 months ago. Guess it caused sensitivity. ... (5 replies)

... from what ive heard about glycolic peels, your face might not 'peel' the first time. ... (2 replies)
... Sometimes it takes a few treatments for the skin to actually peel. ... (4 replies)
My TCA Peel Diary
Nov 25, 2002
... would become resistant to a certain type of acid peel. ... (81 replies)
... on Friday. I'm sure it would be great since I've been using glycolic peel with good results before. ... (46 replies)
My TCA Peel Diary
Nov 25, 2002
... Yes I have had Glycolic and Lactic Peels. ... (81 replies)
For Gianni
Apr 12, 2001
... and then there's the BP. It's possible you're allergic to the glycolic acid or BP, but also consider the abrasives in the cleanser. ... (9 replies)
Scar treatments
Jul 18, 2002
... removes dead skin, the new skin that comes in is tighter and skin is noticeably smoother for a few days or weeks. Glycolic is the most popular because it has the smallest molecular structure so can penetrate the skin easier. ... (17 replies)
... and ask for a monthly glycolic peel treatment for the face. ... (7 replies)
... glycolic acid on my face. She said this would thin out my skin and allow extractions to be easier administered.The acid oonly stayed on my face for about 2 minutes. ... (5 replies)
... you name it... and some more invasive ingredients such as Glycolic acid. Which you need to really be careful of.... ... (6 replies)
Omg craters! Ugh
Jun 19, 2002
... I was told by my dermatologist that glycolic acid would not do much for indented scars, but if they have worked for others then I am sure there is no harm in giving it a try. ... (5 replies)
... vitamins and SPF 15 sunscreen, and there are 3 different kinds. The kind I use has glycolic acid in it, but one of the other kinds has retinol. I like it because it acts as a moisturizer and as a sunscreen, so it's good to put on in the mornings. ... (11 replies)
... acne has been more manageable and alot clearer and smoother. I've started using an ultra moisturizing Glycolic Complex which does contain some essential oils. ... (22 replies)
... unfortunately, there's nothing that competely takes them away.... there are, however, techniques used by plastic surgeons that make them "less noticable".... microdermabrasion... chemical peels... ... (6 replies)
... I used to use St. Ives, but it was just too harsh in the long run, too abrasive, and i think glycolic acid does a better job with the little bumps and red marks. It's more expensive than St. ... (3 replies)
... Cici, I too have been suffering from persistent acne for some time now and I've been through all types of prescription med's and over the counter one's as well. ... (24 replies)
... sometimes not. Also, I would get cysts. Sometimes one a month, around that time, but frequently i would have one active, festering cyst at any given time. By the time I decided to try The Acne Cure, i was having some kind of cyst problem every day, no matter the time of the month. ... (5 replies)

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