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THE GLYCOLIC PEEL

  • Overall Rejuvenation
  • Decreases visibility of fine lines
  • Promotes cellular turnover
  • May reduce occurrences of hormonal acne

Glycolic Acid, also known as Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), is a chemical exfoliant originally sourced from sugarcane and used for beautification by ancient civilizations. Modern Glycolic peels are chemically engineered to make them more effective, standardized, and accessible to the masses.

Glycolic acid peels combat common skin issues such as adult acne (non-oily skin), clogged pores, slowing skin metabolism, and dull or uneven complexions. They can be applied in low level strengths as often as every 7-10 days or higher strengths every 2-4 weeks, making this peel very adaptable to one's lifestyle with very little downtime.

Glycolic Before and After

WHAT GLYCOLIC PEEL USERS ARE SAYING

BETTER THAN BOTOX!

5 Stars

“This product is amazing. My skin looks amazing. Just turned 54 and look at least 10 years younger due to this product. Even quite getting Botox!”

- Lauren

GREAT PEEL

5 Stars

“I haven't been using it very long now, so effects are cumulative, but I've had peels done professionally,and in my opinion, Skin Peel is as good as any in a salon. I'm happy with the results of Skin-Peel.”

- Ducky

PERFECT FOR ITS PURPOSE

5 Stars

“I have used the 30% peel for 2 weeks and noticed a complete transformation of my skin tone, the softness and glow.”

- I’m a believer!

GLYCOLIC PEELING PROCESS

With use of this peeling solution, your skin may feel tight or dry for a few days. In some cases, the skin will begin to lightly flake. Your skin should begin to balance out after a full week. Available Strengths: 30 – 70%.

Skin Type:

Glycolic Acid is generally safe for most skin types particularly normal to dry, sun damaged, sensitive, dull, uneven and dehydrated. Sensitive skin should progress product potency over time.

Standard Benefits:

Improves dry skin, lightens age and dark spots, lessens fine lines and rejuvenates that skin’s surface.

Maintenance:

Maintain long-term results of a Glycolic Peel with regular use of MedPeel’s Glycolic Acid 10% Exfoliator as well as habitual use of SPF 30 or higher.

The Fitzpatrick Scale

Which skin tone are you?
  • Type 1
    Pale, porcelain,
    or ivory
    Characteristics Burns easily, never tans.
    Skin Peels:
    • Glycolic
    • AHA Vitamin C
    • Fusion
    • Salicylic
    • TCA
    • Jessner
  • Type 1
    Fair, beige
    or cream
    Characteristics Burns easily, tans with difficulty.
    Skin Peels:
    • Glycolic
    • AHA Vitamin C
    • Fusion
    • Salicylic
    • TCA
    • Jessner
  • Type 1
    Light brown,
    golden, olive
    Characteristics Slow to burn, will tan.
    Skin Peels:
    • Glycolic
    • AHA Vitamin C
    • Fusion
    • Salicylic
    • TCA
    • Jessner
  • Type 1
    Caramel, or
    medium brown
    Characteristics Slow to burn. Tans easily.
    Skin Peels:
    • Glycolic
    • AHA Vitamin C
    • Fusion
    • Salicylic
    • TCA 10%
  • Type 1
    Bronze or
    rich brown
    Characteristics May never burn.
    Skin Peels:
    • Glycolic
    • AHA Vitamin C
    • Fusion
    • Salicylic
    • TCA 10%
  • Type 1
    Mahogany or
    dark brown
    Characteristics Never Burns and tans profusely.
    Skin Peels:
    • Glycolic
    • AHA Vitamin C
    • Fusion
    • Salicylic
    • TCA 10%