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Alpha Effect AHA-Peeling Peel Index 20
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Dr. Grandel
Alpha Effect AHA-Peeling Peel Index 20

Peel index 20

Refining, balacing and wrinkle-reducing AHA peelilng

30 ml
  • Description
  • Application
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The peeling with peel index 20 is ideal for all skin types, including sensitive skin. It refines, balances and regenerates the skin while minimizing lines and minor irregularities for a fresher and younger-looking complexion. To achieve the optimal rejuvenating effect, follow a daily regimen of DR. GRANDEL Alpha Effect AHA-Peeling for 28 days, corresponding to the skin’s regeneration cycle. The DR. GRANDEL Alpha Effect AHA-Peeling beauty regimen can be repeated 3 to 4 times per year. Clinically tested!

PACKAGING: Pipette bottle

Liposomally encapsulated Malic Acid, AHA (citric and lactic acid), pH 4.0–4.5

Tip: Attention! While using Alpha Effect as a cure treatment, please pay attention to enough sun protection during the day.
Do not use in case of irritated skin, after hair removal or intolerance of fruit acids. Avoid contact with eyes.

Once or twice a week:
In the evening, apply 1–2 pipettes full to cleansed skin and leave to work for 5–10 minutes (may tingle noticably, which is fine). Without removing the product from the skin, apply the appropriate eye and skin care products.

Aqua (Water), Glycerin, Citric Acid, Sodium Lactate, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Hydroxide, Alcohol, Malic Acid, Lecithin, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Benzyl Alcohol

  • Lactic acid

    As well as its peeling effect, lactic acid is known mainly for its compatibility and it can have a pleasant, balancing effect on the skin. This fruit acid (AHA) occurs both in our bodies (natural metabolic product) and in vegetables (e.g. tomatoes), as well as in dairy products.

  • Citric acid

    As well as its peeling effect and its refining properties, citric acid also has a brightening effect on the skin and reduces pigmentation irregularities. It is the fruit acid (AHA) that occurs most frequently in nature, and is contained not only in fruit and vegetables but also in coniferous trees, mushrooms, wine and even milk.

  • Malic Acid (liposomally encapsulated)

    Malic acid has a peeling effect on the skin and refines the skin’s texture. Furthermore, the liposomally encapsulated form of this fruit acid (AHA) is particularly well tolerated since the peeling effect only develops gradually and therefore very gently. It occurs naturally in different types of fruit, e.g. pears and grapes.