Health & beauty
Infinite Skin Peel Lactic Acid 80%
Oh my god, the pain. That was my first thought anyway, this stuff burns and stings and tinga linga lings so bloody much, but the results are impressive for such a short minute.
Lactic acid is derived from sour milk, and is known as an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) acids have been making there way into the cosmetology world fast and are getting such huge rave reviews for being able to turn back the clock, reverse sun damage, and cure and prevent acne (cure being an operative word, acne can’t be cured, but can be controlled).Acids themselves have been around for decades, even centuries, for ever and ever, used by Cleopatra herself, maybe not the one I have used here in the little glass bottle (with dropper) but she was using baths full of sour goats milk and is said to be one of the most beautiful queens there ever was.
So before you go buying gallons of milk to bath in, there are now much simpler and more effective forms of the acids, the one I have is a 80% lactic acid so it’s ready to be applied to a small cotton pad and wiped over the face, body or any area you wish to treat, so benefits of this acid is a slight lightening effect of skin after the first use and fine lines removed – another great thing about lactic acid is it helps the skin retain more moisture.
So downsides, absolute pain for the whole minute you leave on the face (fan on cold helped slightly), pain after neutralising and rinsing, unable to touch face for hours after performing the peel.
Although these sound really off putting the positive results I saw days after were really, really exciting and I was happy I had used it and I will next month and other months re-use.
So where I purchased was eBay from a store their called infinite skin, they sell all the acids, salicylic, lactic, glycolic at different percentages, remember start low and build up, I have been performing peels for a long time from the low 10%’s. so find the peels at their very own website here or find them on eBay.< Previous Post Next Post >