Chemical Peel 20% AHA Exfoliant
Intense & Pure
Acid-Based Peel for Dry and Mature Skin
- AHA serum with glycolic acid and lactic acid
- Exfoliates dead skin cells
- Helps improve dark spots, pimple marks and fine lines
- Boosts hyaluronic acid and collagen production
- Antioxidant green algae stimulate cell regeneration
- Hyaluronic acid hydrates the skin
- Fragrance-free, without dyes, microplastics, silicones, PEG, mineral oil & parabens
Protect your environment! The dispenser is 100% recyclable.
Apply a thin layer to clean skin 1-3 times a week. Remove the peel after 5 to 10 minutes and finish with your usual skincare routine 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 alpha hydroxy acids, advanced users can also use the peeling as a leave-on treatment. Apply a thin layer in the evening and leave it to work. Finish with your usual skincare routine.
Acid exfoliation is suitable for use on your entire body, not just the face. The AHA Peel can help to treat skin concerns like keratosis pilaris, for example.
Our powerful AHA face peel exfoliates dead skin cells and leaves a smooth and soft complexion. The highly concentrated mix of 10% glycolic acid and 10% lactic acid works its magic to get you ever closer to perfect skin. The AHA exfoliant helps to repair tired cells and boosts cell regeneration. But that is not all: This chemical exfoliant also improves the absorption of active ingredients. To maximize the power of acids, we have added antioxidant green algae, deep-acting minerals from the sea and hyaluronic acid to hydrate the skin as well. If used regularly, the exfoliator has impressive anti-aging properties: It boosts collagen and hyaluronic acid production, which reduces fine lines and wrinkles. The at-home exfoliant can also help to reduce hyperpigmentation, dark spots and pimple marks – for a smooth and beautiful complexion.
Would you like to learn more about chemical peels? Here’s an overview with all you need to know about AHA, BHA and PHA exfoliants.