Mandelic Acid Gel Peel

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  • Stimulates new skin cells for long-term health
  • Exfoliates dead skin cells for immediate clarity
  • Promotes younger-looking skin by diminishing wrinkles
  • Improves skin elasticity, hydration, and texture
  • Reduces the appearance of pores and prevents future breakouts
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Powerful Exfoliation for Acne and Skin Renewal

Composition: Mandelic Acid Gel Peel combines two key ingredients known for their skin-rejuvenating properties:

  • Mandelic Acid: Mandelic Acid is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) derived from bitter almonds. It offers gentle yet effective exfoliation, helping to remove dead skin cells and unclog pores. Mandelic Acid also has antibacterial properties, making it beneficial for acne-prone skin. It helps to reduce acne breakouts, control sebum production, and improve the overall clarity of the skin.
  • Kojic Acid: Kojic Acid is a natural skin-brightening ingredient derived from fungi. It inhibits the production of melanin, which helps to reduce the appearance of dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone. Kojic Acid promotes a more even and radiant complexion.

Properties: Mandelic Acid Gel Peel offers the following key properties:

  1. Exfoliation and Cell Renewal: The presence of Mandelic Acid in the gel peel promotes gentle exfoliation of the skin’s surface, helping to remove dead skin cells and reveal fresher, smoother skin underneath. This process stimulates the natural cell turnover rate, encouraging the production of new, healthy skin cells for a renewed complexion.
  2. Antibacterial Action: Mandelic Acid exhibits antibacterial properties, making it effective in combating acne-causing bacteria. It helps to reduce inflammation, control sebum production, and minimize the occurrence of acne breakouts. Regular use of Mandelic Acid Gel Peel can lead to clearer, more blemish-free skin.
  3. Skin Brightening and Hyperpigmentation Reduction: The addition of Kojic Acid in the gel peel helps to address concerns related to hyperpigmentation, dark spots, and uneven skin tone. Kojic Acid works by inhibiting the production of melanin, the pigment responsible for darkened areas on the skin. This promotes a more even and radiant complexion, diminishing the appearance of discoloration.
  4. Gentle and Suitable for Most Skin Types: Mandelic Acid Gel Peel is generally well-tolerated by most skin types, including sensitive skin. The gentle exfoliation and antibacterial properties make it a suitable choice for individuals with acne-prone skin. It can also benefit those dealing with hyperpigmentation or seeking overall skin rejuvenation.

Usage: To incorporate Mandelic Acid Gel Peel into your skincare routine, follow these guidelines:

  1. Cleanse: Start with a gentle cleanser to remove any dirt, oil, or makeup from the skin. Pat dry.
  2. Application: Apply a thin layer of Mandelic Acid Gel Peel to the face or targeted areas using a brush or applicator. Avoid sensitive areas, such as the eye contour. Leave on for the recommended time, as advised by your skincare professional or as indicated on the product packaging.
  3. Sensation and Neutralization: You may experience a mild tingling or warming sensation during the application, which is normal and indicates the peel is working. After the recommended time, neutralize the peel using a neutralizing solution or as directed by your skincare professional.
  4. Post-Treatment Care: Follow up with a gentle cleanser and moisturizer suitable for your skin type. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen during the day to protect your skin from harmful UV rays. It is important to avoid excessive sun exposure and maintain a consistent skincare routine for optimal results.

Note: Mandelic Acid Gel Peel is a professional-grade treatment and should be used according to the instructions provided or as directed by a skincare professional. Patch testing is recommended prior to full application. Discontinue use if irritation or discomfort occurs. Consult with a professional to determine the appropriate frequency and duration of use for your specific skin concerns.


Frosting can occur naturally when applying acid peels. This is a chemical reaction produced by the interaction of the acid with the proteins on our skin. This is similar to frying albumin or egg white in a pan in which, it turns white. Take note that applying each layer increases the peel concentration by x0.25%. This means that for every layer of 30% peel you apply, it will add 7.5% to the current concentration.

Frosting is desirable. Some areas of the skin might turn white while others will not. The more layers you apply, The higher the chance that frosting will occur. Frosting rarely occurs with weaker acid peels unless 3 or more layers are applied. Frosting is a sign that the skin will surely peel within 7 days.

The skin might appear hard, leathery, and thick during peeling. It will also crumple like paper. The colors will also be uneven, Red/Dark/Brown areas are signs of deep peeling and might peel longer than other skin areas. The skin will magically be poreless, brighter, smoother, and baby-smooth after deep peels.


Disclaimer: As with any other cosmetic products, response to our products will vary from person to person and as such, a result from one individual does not necessarily mean exactly similar result to another.


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