Who else wants to rejuvenate their skin at a price they can afford?
CVS Beauty has come a long way! I remember back when their skin section meant lotion and chapstick. I’ve always loved drugstore beauty finds but this is department store quality on CVS prices.
A professional glycolic peel at the dermatologist can run upwards of $200 and that’s for one treatment! CVS has come out with their newest product: skin effects Glycolic Acid Treatment recommended by Dr. Strachan, Dermatologist and member of the CVS/pharmacy Beauty Board.
At just under $25 the kit is worth a try. And remember, if you don’t like it, CVS/pharmacy has a Beauty guarantee, bring it back up to 60 days for FREE!
CVS Beauty sent me the kit to try. Check out my before and after pics!
I can’t tell you how hard it was posting that first pic! My skin looks run down and just plain sad. Really, really sad.
When you first put on the peel it goes on white and pasty. After 4-5 minutes it dries and becomes flaky. Rub it off gently in circular strokes and then rinse with warm water.
My skin is so bright! It felt like it removed the top layer, not a problem!
- Make sure you have not waxed/plucked or done any exfoliation just prior to using the peel. I had a cold at the time and since the skin around my nose was so raw, it burned.
- Put on a good amount, you want to cover your face completely and want it pretty thick.
- Wait a couple minutes to put the serum on after, let your skin rest for a minute.
It can help create a dewy complexion, reduce fine lines, discoloration, and sun damage, stimulates collagen for more suppleness, and helps clear acne by unclogging pores. It’s best to avoid the sun with use, and be careful when using other exfoliating agents such as retinoids, salicylic acids and physical scrubs.
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