Here's exactly how Rouleau brought out the singer's inner radiance: After cleansing the skin to clear away makeup, dirt, and oil (step 1), Rouleau wiped away any residual debris using the Balancing Skin Tonic (step 2), and then applied a cranberry enzyme- and lactic acid-based peel to exfoliate away dead skin cells.
Lactic Acid 5% + HA 2%; no frills packaging, no fancy fragrance, no elaborate marketing ads all contribute to keeping the cost of these formulas down; what you will find in this skincare line are proven ingredients that work.
Take years off your face with some health and beauty secrets from Dr Oz and Dr Elizabeth Tanzi, a dermatologist. Try this DIY Lactic Acid Peel, made of honey and yogurt that will leave your face feeling cool, fragrant, and soft! http://www.recapo.com/dr-oz/dr-oz-beauty/dr-oz-hyaluronic-acid-review-diy-lactic-acid-peel-recipe-brow-lift/
What's a Great DIY Remedy for a Peely, Flaky Face?
If your face is so dry and peely that all your moisturizers just aren’t helping, try this remedy from NYC dermatologist Lance Brown: Soak a washcloth in ice-cold whole milk, and lay it across your face for 10 minutes. The natural lipids in the milk will plump up and rehydrate your skin, while the cool temp and lactic acid will tone down redness and remove flecks.
The Exact Regimen You Should Be Following for Every Skin Type
Lactic Acid Serum: Just because you have sensitive skin doesn’t mean you can skip exfoliating. If glycolic acid is too harsh, try a lactic acid product, like Goldfaden’s Fresh-a-Peel ($85), instead—it’s milder and better for sensitive skin. Rouleau suggests using a lactic acid-based serum twice a week.
Glycolic acid is a skincare hero. It hydrates and exfoliates skin, reduces hyperpigmentation, stimulates the production of collagen and even helps improve the appearance of sun damaged skin. Click through to find out more about it and why you should use it.