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Glycolic Acid


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Guest Samantha

interested in the 40 and up glycolic peels. do you need a neutralizer with those, and when you say 40% how much of that is glycolic.... we are looking for a peel for professional use. we were using peter thomas roth- how does it compare?

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We make two peels at a 40% strength:

 

KAVI Glycolic Acid 40 (product page: http://www.kaviskin.com/products/glycolic-acid-40.html)

KAVI Glycolic Acid 40 Unbuffered (product page: http://www.kaviskin.com/products/glycolic-...nbuffered.html)

 

Both peels contain 40% glycolic acid in solution, however Glycolic Acid 40 has a pH of 2.1 and the unbuffered preparation has a pH of 1.0.

 

GA40 Unbuffered cannot be completely removed with water and does require a neutralization agent (such as the KAVI PPN). We request and verify the state license number of the physician administering unbuffered glycolic acid peels at your spa before we can sell you any unbuffered glycolic peel.

 

Our peels come in various strengths from 20% to 70% and are formulated for use by physicians and other skin care professionals. For a list of key differentiators, please review the following link: http://www.kaviskin.com/info/kaviadvantage.html.

 

If you are interested in salicylic acid peels (for acne, clogged pores, ingrown hairs, etc.), we offer strengths from 8% to 35%. More information on KAVI Salicylic Acid may be found at http://www.kaviskin.com/info/salicylic-acid.html.

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