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  • 80% Lactic Acid Chemical Peel with After-Peel Neutralizer
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80% Lactic Acid Peel with Bearberry, Kojic Acid, Vitamin C, Mulberry, Licorice & Retinol. Includes 4 oz After Peel Neutralizer

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Product Description

Size: 1 oz e 30 mL    

Ideal for Beginners…Fast & Easy with No Downtime
Lactic Acid is derived from fermented milk. It gently exfoliates to brighten the skin tone, combat acne, fight wrinkles and improve skin texture.

Lactic Acid peels are generally milder than glycolic, salicylic, and TCA peels.

This peel is designed for easy at-home application.

Both beginners and experienced users can benefit from this 80% Lactic Acid peel. 

It is easy to apply and there is minimal (or no) skin shedding and no prolonged downtime.

It is frequently called a lunchtime peel because you can apply the peel and go about your regular activities right after.


Lactic Acid….the Equivalent of Cleopatra's Milk Baths
Cleopatra, the last Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, was famous for her exfoliating milk baths.

Today, most of us would find it rather inconvenient to bathe in milk, but thankfully we have access to lactic acid peels which offer similar benefits.


Builds Collagen to Firm Skin & Prevent Wrinkles 
Lactic Acid penetrates beneath the surface of the skin to stimulate collagen and elastin.

Increased collagen production restores a youthful appearance as it makes the skin less prone to wrinkles and sagging.

Packed with Proven Skin Lightening Ingredients
This 80% Lactic Acid Peel is formulated with natural skin ingredients.

Bearberry, Kojic Acid, Mulberry, Licorice and Vitamin C have been proven to erase dark spots and fade skin discoloration.

Retinol vigorously fights signs of aging and restores skin's youthful appearance.


Enhances Moisture for Smooth, Soft, Supple Skin
Lactic Acid is ideal for dehydrated skin as it works to pull moisture to the skin's cells.

It increases the skin's hydration levels and allows other moisturizers work more effectively.

After just one application you will notice a soft, supple, clean complexion.


Includes 4 oz Bottle of After-Peel Neutralizer

The After-Peel Neutralizer is needed to stop the action of the chemical peel.

It deactivates the acid and prevents the peel from penetrating further into the skin.

It also helps to restore skin to a normal pH level.

The Neutralizer contains soothing botanicals such as, Aloe Vera, Green Tea and Chamomile. These ingredients will calm the skin and promote healing.

The silky texture makes it easy to apply and it is more soothing and less messy than gritty baking soda.


1. Cleanse the treatment area

2. Apply the chemical peel and leave on for the recommended time

3. Apply After Peel Neutralizer

4. Rinse the treatment area with cold water

5. Apply moisturizer

5. Use sunscreen

Ingredients: Lactic Acid, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Diazolidinyl Urea, Propanediol, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Arctostaphylos Uva Ursi (Bearberry), Morus Alba (White Mulberry) Extract, L-Ascorbic Acid, Kojic Acid, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice), Retinol 

Warning & Precautions

Do Not Use If:

You have used hair removal products, waxes, scrubs, Retin A, tretinoin products, or other exfoliating agents on the intended treatment area 48 hours prior to the peel

You have sunburn, skin allergies, skin grafts, recent surgery, open wounds, lesions, inflamed skin, or ultra-sensitive skin

You currently take Accutane (isotretinoin) or have within the past 6 months

You are pregnant or nursing

You are prone to keloid scars

You have an STD such as Herpes, HIV, AIDS or similar condition

You are on immune suppressant drugs

You are Undergoing chemotherapy or radiation

If you are susceptible to cold sores, chemical peels may increase the chance of an outbreak.

You have unrealistic expectations. Multiple applications may be required to achieve optimum results 

Sunburn Alert: AHAs may increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun. Use sunscreen, wear protective clothing and limit sun exposure while using this product and for

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  1. Awful Product that Ruined My Face

    Posted by Emily MN on 3rd Mar 2015

    Warning: This is a professional product so be careful. It can really sting if you have fair sensitive skin like me. It made my skin so red and it burned so bad I had to slather aloe vera and salve all over my face. A week later I got all sorts of red spots on my face. Lactic acid is really sour milk and really would any of us put spoil milk on our face???? This is a horrible product. I got my refund and I will not buy this again.

  2. Consistency is Key

    Posted by Omira on 2nd Mar 2015

    I started with the 50 Lactic now I am working my way up to the 80 lactic. I had hyperpigmentation on my skin that did not go away with microdermabrasions whatsoever! I decided to look into chemicals peels for removing post-hyperpigmentation and scarring. The 50 lactic is a great beginner peel but this 80 lactic has blown me away! This is the results I was looking for. It works so well but you have to be consistent. After about a month, my skin tone is much, much improved. The years of sun damage are no longer evident on my skin.

  3. Good Anti Aging Product

    Posted by J Newton on 28th Feb 2015

    I am 43 years old, have some signs of sun damage including sun spots and crow's feet. My sun spots are almost gone! Still have crow's feet, but they seem softer. I do one peel a week, leaving it on for about 5 minutes. I have not had any major burning or stinging, it's pretty comfortable to use.

  4. Lactic Acid Peel its a Great product !! Very strong..

    Posted by Zoe on 28th Feb 2015

    Ive used it 3 times and it makes your skin look better after each use. It really does clear up discolorations and gave my skin a glowing look; helped with pores too and had kind of a lightening effect as well. The peel was somewhat mild so i leave it on longer, but try not to apply it to irritated skin. If you have just used a scrub or have open zits don't use it or it will really be painful

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