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Refine pores and smooth skin texture with this 2 step liquid peel from the expert Dr. Dennis Gross.
The MECCA View: Allow your most radiant self to shine through with this 2 step liquid peel that dissolves interfering layers of skin for smoother, softer skin after just one use. With consistent use you'll notice a brighter, more even and smooth complexion. Included in this set are sterilized, organic cotton balls to allow you to safely transfer product from bottle to skin
Key ingredients:Lactic, glycolic, and other Alpha Beta® acids blended with bromelain: Effectively resurfaces the skins texture and jump start cell renewalCentella asiatica, green tea extract and colloidal oatmeal: Restores radiance and reverse signs of aging
Consumer testing results:100% agreed skin felt smoother and softer after 1 week100% agreed skin felt more balanced after 1 week100% agreed pores look less congested after 2 weeks100% of subjects showed significant improvement in radiance95% of subjects showed significant improvement in texture83% of subjects showed significant improvement in appearance of pores
Prepare Step 1 by placing cotton ball firmly over bottle opening and making two 3-second turns to dispense the ideal amount if product. Massage cotton ball onto clean, dry skin until it’s dry, avoiding contact with eyes. Wait two minutes. Repeat this process with Step 2 – do not rinse. Follow with any serums or moisturisers as necessary. If using alongside the Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta® Daily Peels, use on alternate days.
For AM or PM use, up to three times a week. Use sunscreen daily
Sunburn Alert: This product contains alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) that may increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun and particularly the possibility of sunburn. We recommend daily use of a sunscreen, to protect your skin from the risks associated with sun exposure.
Note: Some users may experience mild redness and/or tingling sensation. This should subside within 5-10 minutes of Step 2 application.
Caution: Use only as directed. Avoid contact with eyes. Limit frequency up to three times a week. If irritation persists, discontinue use and consult a physician.