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25 years cosmetalogical experience with over 30 international design houses (skincare/ cosmetics/ perfumery). Expertise in skin science & medically proven/ dermatalogically tested products that help manage skin appearance & functionality.

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Salicylic Acid (What it is and When To Use It!)
Salicylic Acid is derived from the bark of the willow tree it is used in thousands of everyday products like lotions, creams, shampoos etc, but rarely in its purest form. Doctors (expensive) & Dermatologists (even more expensive!) would only use pure concentrations to treat skin complaints from face to body (even callouses, warts & corns can benefit!). More often than not research will often end up referring you to phrases such as "Chemical Peel" etc, EEK! But BEWARE...
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Lactic Acid (what it is and when to use it!)
This is a wonderful peel for those dealing with ageing and pigmented skin. Lactic Acid will exfoliate the outer surface of the skin and encourage new cell turnover. It is a natural humectant, pulling moisture from the collagen levels to the surface of skin. It is an excellent acid choice for dry and sundamaged skin. This treatment is relatively non-irritating with very little, if any, down time.  Lactic is a mild acid and can be applied 1-2X per week to keep skin moist and exfoliated. ...
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