Essence of Nature Chemical Peel is made with skin-loving botanical and fruit extracts with lactic acid and glycolic acid to help reduce fine lines, age spots, and hyperpigmentation. It also helps to firm and tone your skin and smooth out the texture.
What are Chemical Peels?
Chemical Peels are techniques used to improve your skin’s texture by removing its outer layer. It results in a smoother skin surface.
Always do a patch test before use. First, clean dry your face. Apply an even layer of Essence of Nature Chemical Peel, avoiding the area around your eyes and lips. Allow to sit for 3-8 minutes. You may experience a tingling sensation and flushed appearance that should subside within minutes. Rinse your face with cold water and pat dry (Do Not Rub). If you have sensitive skin or cannot handle the tingling sensation, remove earlier. Under normal conditions, you may repeat the applications 3 times per week. If you experience discomfort, limit the application to once per week or discontinue use altogether. It is best to apply your chemical peel at night before bed. During the day wear sunscreen and limit sun exposure while using this product. Do not use abrasives on your skin during this time.
This product contains AHA acids that may increase your skin’s sensitivity to sunburn. Wear sunscreen rated SPF30 or greater every day and limit sun exposure. When out of doors, wear protective clothing where possible, i.e. shades, and hats. Avoid prolonged sun exposure.
Organic Aloe Leaf Juice (Aloe Barbadensis), Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Phenoxyethanol, Glycerin, Organic Pineapple Fruit Extract (Ananas Comosus), Organic Papaya Fruit Extract (Carica Papaya), Organic Papaya Leaf Extract (Carica Papaya), Organic Alcohol, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate. Lactic Acid, Glycolic Acid, and Dl panthenol.
This listing is for one reusable 2 oz Jar.
For external use only
No petroleum products
No animal testing
Essence of Nature LLC is always improving our formulations. Our ingredient list is subject to change. Please refer to the packaging or our website to learn about the changes we make.