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People want great looking skin and many are willing to pay a lot of money to get it. But what if you could get salon and dermatologist quality skin care done in the comfort of your own home? That is what many people are electing to do by buying Skin Laboratory's Glycolic Acid 35% Gel Peel. You get the clean, clear skin that you have always wanted but at a fraction of the price. But there are some things you do need to be aware of before purchasing.

The Glycolic Acid 35% Gel Peel is a topical ointment that you apply directly to your face for a variety of reasons. Many salons use it to help even out skin tone and get rid of fine lines. The acid works by sloughing off dead skin cells. You may be surprised to learn that glycolic acid is made from sugar cane and is part of the alpha-hydroxy-acids (AHA). Acne forms because of dead skin cells and oil clogging pores that become infected with bacteria. The glycolic acid removes the dead skin cells and allows the skin to breathe.

There is a catch to using this glycolic acid. No one's skin is the exact same and you may be more sensitive to the solution than others. You either have to give it a trial and error period or you have to visit a dermatologist to determine how long and what pH level your skin can tolerate. Other than that the instructions are pretty clear. You smooth on a thin layer of the glycolic acid with a clean, gauze pad and wait. When you first start the product you should only leave it on for 30 to 60 seconds. As your skin begins to tolerate it more, you can build up to several minutes but never exceeding 10. After the time is up you simply rinse your face with water repeatedly to ensure that no product is left behind. The peel should only be used every 5 to 7 days, and in between those times you should exfoliate and moisturize.

Not everyone has skin that is suitable for Skin Laboratory's Glycolic Acid 35% Gel Peel. For some it is too harsh and it causes their skin to become irritated and inflamed. If you have never had a glycolic peel before, then you may want to visit a salon and have a one professionally done first to see how your skin reacts. If your skin is not bothered by the peel and comes out feeling smoother and more refreshed looking, then go ahead and make the investment.

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