What is Triple AHA Anti-Hyperpigmentation Peel
Lactic Acid 20% is for professional use only. L-Lactic Acid is an alpha hydroxy acid working as an exfoliant, which allows dead skin cells to slough off and makes room for regrowth of new skin. It improves roughness, softens skin, and improves the appearance of wrinkles. The Triple AHA lightening peel contains lactic acid, a milk-based ingredient that is great for hydrating and exfoliating the skin in a gentle manner. The peel also includes two other superb lighteners. You can use this product either as a booster for enzymes or on its own as a great lightening peel. Lactic acid 20% exfoliates, softens, hydrates and lightens the skin.
20% L-Lactic Acid is a milk-derivative AHA with regenerating and hydrating effects for the skin. It supports the improvement of fine lines, inhibits aging and adds softness and smoothness to the skin. This particular strength and pH have many uses in the treatment room and respond well to most all skin types unless AHA sensitive. 20% L-Lactic Acid is also perfect to enhance an enzyme and increase its efficacy and has the ability to increase the water-holding capacity of the corneum layer, aid in cell turnover, and provide hydrating and regenerating support.
Second ingredient of Triple AHA Peel is a Glycolic Acid 10% which is a perfect cleanser for maintaining your skin between peel treatments. Using it is the best way to keep breakouts away. It cleans, exfoliates, and minimizes large pores to reduce the chances of clogging. Glycolic acid is an Alpha Hydroxy Acid derived from sugar cane that helps to slough off dead skin cells. Formulated to improve and lift skin.
Glycolic Acid, also known as Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), is a chemical exfoliant originally sourced from sugarcane and used for beautification by ancient civilizations. Modern Glycolic peels are chemically engineered to make them more effective, standardized, and accessible to the masses. Glycolic acid peels combat common skin issues such as adult acne (non-oily skin), clogged pores and blackheads, slowing skin metabolism, and dull or uneven complexions. They can be applied in low-level strengths as often as every 7-10 days or higher strengths every 2-4 weeks, making this peel very adaptable to one’s lifestyle with very little downtime.
The Glycolic acid 10% is good at eliminating dirt and oily skin and leaves a fresh and radiant glowing complexion. Maintain long-term results of a Triple AHA Chemical Peel with regular use of it as well as habitual use of SPF 30 or higher. Glycolic Acid 10% is generally safe for most skin types particularly normal to dry, sun-damaged, sensitive, dull, uneven and dehydrated. Sensitive skin should progress product potency over time.
Exfoliation of the skin is essential in alleviating the dull and aged appearance that dead, un-exfoliated skin portrays. One of the most effective methods of exfoliation is using alpha-hydroxy acids to peel away the upper layer of the epidermis, exposing fresh and radiant new skin below. Triple AHA Peel is an exfoliating masterpiece that uses 3 of the most effective and natural alpha-hydroxy acids along with Kojic Acid to deliver a superior exfoliation experience, in a soothing and skin nourishing solution form. Glycolic Acid and Lactic Acid all contribute to the deeply penetrating and fast-acting skin desquamation action. This powerful formula removes dead skin and revives the complexion in a delicate and calculated manner. Additionally, Kojic Acid 5% diminishes unwanted surface spots by reducing discoloration, leaving your skin feeling smooth and delivering a uniform skin tone.
Kojic Acid 5% is a high-quality exfoliant which removes dead cells, exposes radiant new skin, helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, helps renew, tighten and improve skin texture, helps soften and invigorate the skin, brightens the skin by inhibiting tyrosinase activity, effective for all skin types.
The benefits of using Kojic Acid 5% in Triple AHA Peel.
Anti-aging effect: Kojic acid may lighten the skin, which can improve the appearance of age spots and sun damage. The reduction of dark spots can have an anti-aging effect.
Treat melasma: Kojic acid may also be helpful in decreasing melasma, which is darkening of the skin due to pregnancy.
Decrease the appearance of scars: Kojic acid may also reduce the discoloration of scars. Although the acid does not improve the thickness of scar tissue, it may reduce dark pigmentation associated with certain types of scars. Lightening the scar may make it less noticeable.
Antifungal benefits: Kojic acid is also thought to have some antifungal benefits. It may be helpful in preventing and treating certain fungal infections, such as athlete’s foot and yeast infections.
Antibacterial effects: Kojic acid may also provide antibacterial benefits. It may help decrease the chances of developing common types of bacterial skin infections.