Revolution Beauty Skincare Sensitive Skin Intense Peeling Solution
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Meet our ultimate collection of Revolution Skincare Peeling Solutions, 8 peels to solve skin woes no matter if your skin is combination, oily, or sensitive.
What’s a Peeling Solution?
A targeted mix of skin-sational chemicals that exfoliate skin and treats problems.
Sensitive Skin – Daily Dose
5% Gluconic Acid – a PHA which is milder and more tolerated than AHAs like Glycolic Acid. Has exfoliating and moisturising properties, as well as helping provide antioxidant protection.
Build up to weekly use of the Sensitive Skin Intense Peeling Solution.
How to use
For less experienced users or those wanting a gentler exfoliation. Start by using 1-2 times a week, and then build up to daily use. Use once a day in the evening after cleansing for best results.
The full range:
Combination – Phytic Acid + Salicylic Acid
Oily – Salicylic Acid + Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate
Sensitive – Gluconic
Dry - Phytic Acid
Dehydrated Skin - Gluconic Acid & Sodium Hyaluronate
Caution: Avoid direct contact with eyes. If contact occurs rinse thoroughly with water. Do not use on broken or irritated skin. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Keep out of reach of children. Shake well before use. Keep out of direct sunlight and below 25 degrees.
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