Chemical Peel 2% BHA Exfoliant
Salicylic Acid Exfoliant for Blemish-Prone Skin
- Liquid BHA exfoliant with 2% salicylic acid
- Unclogs pores
- Prevents blemishes
- Helps treat keratinization disorders
- Spirulina has anti-inflammatory properties
- Allantoin boosts skin regeneration
- Do not contain any fragrances, dyes, microplastics, silicones, PEG, mineral oils and parabens
Protect your environment! The dispenser is 100% recyclable.
Apply a thin layer to clean skin 1-3 times a week. Remove the BHA peel after 5 to 10 minutes and finish with a moisturizer that suits your skin type. Use a sunscreen with at least SPF 30 during the day, to protect the skin from UV radiation and sun damage. Do not use during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
To intensify the effect of beta-hydroxy acid, advanced users can also use the exfoliant as a leave-on treatment. Apply a thin layer in the evening and leave it to work. Finish with your usual skincare routine. Salicylic acid can be beneficial when applied to the face, as well as parts of the body (back pimples).
This BHA exfoliant contains the highest concentration of beta-hydroxy acid aka salicylic acid allowed in cosmetics. It penetrates deep into the pores, clears pores clogged with sebum and reduces blemishes such as pimples and blackheads. The acid-based peel helps treat keratinization disorders and refines the skin's texture by exfoliating dead skin cells and removing debris – leaving the skin soft, smooth and even. Marine ingredients make a perfect addition to this product for acne-prone, oily skin. Marine minerals enhance the absorption of active ingredient and antioxidant spirulina helps prevent the appearance of blemishes. In addition to its anti-inflammatory effect, this chemical exfoliant also soothes the skin. Allantoin stimulates skin regeneration and can also be beneficial in reducing the appearance of acne scars. Ideal for blemish-prone, oily or acne-prone skin. For sensitive skin we recommend the 12% PHA Peel.
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