Oil-free Glycolic Acid gel moisturiser, lightweight for oily and acne prone skin.
NeoStrata Gel Plus - AHA 100ml
Experienced AHA users with oily skin use this exfoliating gel to promotes healthier looking skin, smoother texture and a more even tone.
This extra strength formulation is ideal for experienced users of Glycolic Acid and those who prefer a light non-greasy and fast-absorbing gel suitable for oily, acne prone skin or hot, humid climates. Glycolic Acid helps correct the visible signs of photoaging such as enlarged pores, uneven texture and pigment, and stimulates collagen synthesis for firmer, younger looking skin. As a highly effective exfoliant, this formula can also be used to help relieve ingrown hairs associated with pseudofolliculitis barbae. Fragrance-free.
•Extra strength formulation
– Visible signs of photoaging
– Enlarged pores
– Uneven texture and/or pigment
– Highly effective exfoliator
– Stimulates collagen synthesis for firmer, younger looking skin
Ideal for experienced AHA users with non-sensitive skin
Great for reducing ingrown hairs on face, neck and other areas regularly shaved.
You should only use this high strength product after a period of treatment with NeoStrata Skin Smoothing lotion (10% AHA)
Apply to face and other desired areas once daily for two weeks and twice daily thereafter, following cleansing, as tolerated. Daily use of a sunscreen with this product is recommended.
Products that contain Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA's) may cause initial flaking, tingling or irriation to the skin. For some this may be part of the normal resurfacing process.This generally improves as the skin ‘gets used’ to the treatment. AHA products may be introduced with less frequent use, and application can be increased as the skin acclimates. At first start by gradually introducing one AHA product at a time into your skincare regime.
Discontinue use if you have severe redness, itching, burning, rash, swelling or blistering.
It is recommended to apply a sunscreen daily when using products that contain Alpha Hydroxy acids (AHA's).