Glycolic Vs. Lactic Peel?

Answer Chemical skin peels are done to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lines and furrows in the skin. They can also eliminate acne scars, skin discoloration and blemishes. Glycolic and lactic peels fal... Read More »

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Differences Between a Chemical Peel and a Glycolic Peel?

A glycolic acid peel is a mild, natural alphahydroxy acid (AHA) skin peel that derives from sugar cane and sometimes fruit acids. Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and phenol chemical peels are stronger a... Read More »

What Is a Lactic Acid Peel?

A lactic acid peel is a type of chemical peel used as a cosmetic skin rejuvenation treatment. Does this Spark an idea?

How Often Should You Use a Glycolic 30% Peel?

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How Often Should a Glycolic Peel Be Done?

The coolant in your 2001 Pontiac Aztek protects your engine components from heat damage by regulating the engine temperature. You should regularly monitor the coolant level in your Aztek. It is com... Read More »