Glycolic Acid Cleansing Foam

Soft cleaning and peeling
Soft cleaning and p...

velvet skin sensation stimulates collagen synthesis 
 attenuates skin spots
 high hydration power

$12.50 $25.00

velvet skin sensation stimulates collagen synthesis attenuates skin spots
high hydration power

Cleans the skin and at the same time promotes a smooth chemical peel. Removes dead cells without damaging the skin, makes the tone of the skin uniform, stimulates collagen synthesis, reduces, and prevents the fine expression lines of the face. The foam also assists in controlling greasiness and clearing the pores.

Content: 150 ml.

Dermatologically, ophthalmologically
and clinically tested product ✅

Shake before usage. Apply a small amount on the damp skin with circular movements all over the face. Remove the product with water immediately after application.
Where to use it: On the face.
When to use it: Daily. Morning and night.
Skin type: Dry, oily and acneic.
Texture: Light foam with soft texture.
Finish: Hydrated and clean skin.

Caution: External Use. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with the eyes. Store in a dry, airy place protected from light and other heat sources. Do not apply to the eyelids and around the eyes. Immediately rinse the skin after application, do not insist on continuous use if any undesirable effect occurs. During the first week of use, apply small quantities of the product on alternate days. A slight feeling of burning, pinning or dryness of the skin may be observed in the first applications. Do not ingest. In case of accidental eye contact, rinse abundantly. If there is irritation, suspend use and seek medical advice.

Actives: 5% glycolic acid, alpha-bisabolol and calendula extract.

Ingredients: Aqua, Decyl Glucoside, Lauryl Glucoside, Glycerin, Glycolic Acid, Alcohol, Bisabolol, Ziziphus Joazeiro Bark Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Benzyl Alcohol, Limonene, Citrus Limon Peel Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Bisabolene, Sorbitan Oleate Decyl glucoside Crosspolymer, Dehydroacetic Acid.

Teste de Eficacia Percebida

What is the origin of glycolic acid? Glycolic acid is part of the alpha-hydroxyan group (AHAS), a group of natural substances found in some foods that make up a family of organic acids. Glycolic acid is derived from sugar cane.
Who cannot use it? People with sensitivity to any of the components or sensitive skin.
What about pregnant and lactating women? Pregnant women should always consult a medic before using the product.
Does effectiveness improve if associated with another product? Yes, to intensify the peeling activity, use glycolic acid solution in association.

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