10 Best At-Home Peels -- and the 4 Worst
These facial peels either left readers' skin glowing and healthy, or painfully irritated
Worst: No. 4: Patricia Wexler M.D. Exfoliating Glyco Peel System, $60TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 6.5*
Why: Readers say this two step system had either "bad results" or "no results" at all! It burned readers' skin and "didn't do much" for acne either. One reader says "almost immediately" after use, her face "turned red and stung" for the rest of the day. "I'm afraid to try it again," she says. Another reader tried this peel hoping to unclog her pores. "No such luck!" she exclaims.
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SEE NEXT PAGE: No. 3: Neutrogena Advanced Solutions Facial Peel, $25.99