Sykes’ Plumping Molecules works not only to exfoliate the skin but helps to unclog pores, soften the skin and encourage healthy collagen growth. Lactic Acid is an effective alpha-hydroxy acid and very good at exfoliating and softening the epidermis. It produces an excellent balance in exfoliating the skin without any tissue damage or irritation – producing a hydrated, plumping effect!
Lactic Acid, also known as milk acid, is a powerful alpha-hydroxy acid. It is often used as an exfoliating agent; isolated and obtained via glucose, fructose and sucrose from various fruit and botanical sources.
Lactic Acid deeply penetrates pores, removing any existing dirt, while simultaneously washing away dead skin cells. It also has the ability to increase the rate of cell shedding, new skin cell production, and collagen formation. Lactic Acid’s natural affinity to the skin makes it very effective at softening the surface.
Courtney’s Treatment Room Recommendations:
Apply to client’s skin utilizing gauze or a fan brush. Utilize alone as a chemical peel, or underneath more aggressive peels as a peel prepping solution and/or additional layer to other Pro Peels. Leave on for 5-10 minutes then rise. No neutralizer is needed. Follow with a Courtney Sykes Molecular Mask, Nourishing Serum, and Sunscreen.
INGREDIENTS: Purified Water (Aqua), Lactic Acid, Xanthan Gum.