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Review: Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Extra Strength Daily Peel

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Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Extra Strength Daily Peel
Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Extra Strength Daily Peel

About Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Extra Strength Daily Peel:

Review:

I received a sample of Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Extra Strength Daily Peel a while ago with one of my orders. I haven’t used it until a few weeks ago. Within this sample, there are 3 treatments. Each one includes the peel and a neutralizer. Using it is really simple too. Massage (Step 1) onto clean, dry skin until pad is dry. Wait 2 minutes. Repeat with Step 2. The peel tingled a little bit but felt nice on the skin. It didn’t irritate my skin. I noticed acne bumps on my skin shrinking when using this peel. I had a pimple on the side of my temple that became smaller when I applied this peel to it. This product works. It didn’t dry out my skin. Alcohol is the second ingredient on the list. Again, my skin didn’t feel stripped or dehydrated after use. This is a good product for acne skin. It made my skin look better and improved my acne on the spot. Unfortunately, this product is quite expensive. For the full size product, it’s $88 for 30 treatments. It’s a good product, but I don’t think it’s worth that much. There are other peels and acne treatments that are more affordable. Read about my experience with them below. More coming soon. I’m falling in love with AHA products once again. đŸ™‚

My experience with AHA BHA products:

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2 Weeks Results: The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + BP

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The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA
The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA

It’s the second week of using lactic acid. I only used lactic acid once this week, but I decided to discontinue my use of lactic acid. It’s not working for me. It makes my skin peel, but it’s making me breakout more than I want. Some of the breakouts are odd. It’s giving me cystic acne too. I know it’s normal to breakout from a chemical exfoliant, but there’s something off about this. I’m going to trust my gut instinct. The other reason why is because BP is doing a better job at clearing up those clogged pores. I’ve only used it three times. Every time I use it, the day after, my skin peels much more and better compared to lactic acid. It also fights active breakouts. My skin feels so much cleaner and smoother with BP. In saying that, I’ll use the rest of The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA Serum on my body. I’m not going to use it again any time soon on my face. Seems like AHAs aren’t for me. Maybe sometimes in the near future. Just not now.

An update on BP next week! đŸ˜€

More reviews on The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA:

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