Get a Facial at Home With Our Triple Berry Smoothing Peel!

Our Triple Berry Smoothing Peel continues to be an editor favorite and is featured in Southern Living Magazine.

Exfoliation is a key part of a proper skin care routine to keep skin soft, smooth and clear. This professional-strength invigorating peel with a blend of powerful antioxidant-rich berries and five skin smoothing AHA and BHA acids that help to stimulate renewal and improve texture while refining the appearance of large pores. Layer by layer, you’ll peel away dullness to reveal younger-looking skin that has literally been resurfaced.

Key Ingredients:

-Salicylic Acid – Keratolytic BHA; smoothes skin and improves its texture; bactericide properties; anti-irritant abilities; drying/oil-reducing; penetrates pores to help clear out impurities

-Pomegranate Extract – source of Ellagic Acid (antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties)…

-Raspberry Pure & Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Seed Oil – provides antioxidants, vitamins and minerals

-Blueberry (Vaccinium Angustifolium) Extract – antioxidant and anti-inflammatory

-Fragaria Vesca (Strawberry) Fruit – rich in antioxidants, mild fruit acid, conditions skin

-Prunus Serotina (Wild Cherry) Bark Extract – anti-inflammatory; reduces redness; antioxidant

-Mandelic Acid – keratolytic AHA; larger molecule allows for sustained absorption and reduced irritation

-Lactic Acid – keratolytic AHA; smoothes skin and improves its texture; generally less irritating/drying that other acids; natural brightening abilities

-Bromelain – skin-smoothing pineapple enzyme

-Wine Extract – source of resveratrol and other antioxidant polyphenols

-Tartaric & Malic Acids – citrus and fruit-derived AHAs

Directions: Apply to clean skin. After 5-10 minutes, rinse well.  Use 1-3 times a month.

See Ugly Betty star, Michael Urie wearing Renée Rouleau Triple Berry Smoothing Peel!

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