Glycolic Gel Renewal

Your Price: $33.00
  • Skin: Oily / Acne-prone Skin
  • Glycolic Acid, a natural exfoliating ingredient, encourages the skin to shed its surface coating of dead cells. Anti-oxidants, Vitamins A and E are added to protect the skin from the damaging effects of free radicals, and to help improve elasticity.

Light pink gel, with fresh fragrant scent


Apply all over face and neck area after thoroughly cleansing skin. Avoid eye area.


This water-based formula moisturizes without oiliness. The gel like consistency forms a protective barrier to prevent bacteria on the surface, which can contribute, to acne and blemishes. Conditions oily skin and help clarify problem-blemished skin. Using on a daily basis will help diminish fine lines, scarring and skin discolorations. Roseacea related conditions such as inflammation accompanied by skin eruptions can benefit from this formula. Daytime use: Apply Advanced Protection SPF 30 before applying Glycolic Gel Renewal. Nighttime use: Apply evening moisturizer after applying Glycolic Gel Renewal. Clients with Rosacea need to use sun protection such as the Advanced Protection SPF 30. As much as 65% of irritation can be caused by the UVA and UVB ultraviolet rays.


Glycolic Acid – A natural derived Alpha Hydroxy Acid found in Sugar Cane. Studies have shown Glycolic Acid is an exfoliant that encourage production of collagen and cell turnover. Vitamin E – Anti-oxidant protects skin from environmental free radicals (UV radiation, chemical pollutants), and lifestyle (smoking and drinking). Vitamin A – Studies show this increases skin elasticity, and normalizes dry skin. Camellia Oleifera Extract – Thea Sinenisis Extract (Japanese Green Tea Extract) reduces irritation and redness and acts as an antioxidant to scavenge free radicals. Sodium Hyaluronate - humectant and emollient, moisturizes and soothes. Squalane – found in olives and known as the closest comparable ingredient to human sebum, providing softness and replacing oils. Yeast Extract – known to stimulate skin’s immune system cells, and repair weakened support systems.

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