How I do my Lactic Acid Chemical Peels from Home!
I realize that something with the word "Acid" in it's name can be intimidating. There's not a ton of information on the internet on how to do a peel for yourself at home. I did my own research for a year before I took the plunge and tried it myself. I was nervous, worried and a bit scared that I'd mess up my face somehow! After all of my research, and all of my worrying, I gave it a go...and I REALLY enjoy it! It's not as frightening as one would think--it's actually pretty easy and affordable to do it yourself.
I've had quite a few questions as to what products I use to achieve the results that I have. I am excited to share these budget-friendly products with you! I did list my Foreo Luna which isn't exactly budget friendly, but please know that there are many affordable alternatives out there at Walgreens, Walmart, online stores as well and when it comes down to it, the Foreo is far more price efficient than the Clarisonic--there are no replacement brushes to purchase, etc. However if you do have a Clarisonic, DO NOT USE IT before and after your peel for at LEAST 3-4 days! It would be too harsh and abrasive--it will only make your skin raw and trust me, you don't want that! You do not even need to have a cleansing device to get great results...just wash your face really well and you are good to go.
So let's get down to business!
Lacura Hydrating Facial Cleanser-this is cheaper if you can visit an ALDI close to you. It's around $3.00:
Advance Hydrate Hyaluronic Acid/Matrixyl/Vitamin C Serum:
ASDM Beverly Hills Lactic Acid Medical Strength 25%:
You can purchase Rubbing Alcohol 50% Isopropyl from any drugstore for under $3.00, the baking soda and coconut Oil are just your standard baking soda and coconut oil that can be purchased from any drugstore/grocery store as well!
Thanks for watching and I can't wait to film the actual video on how I do my peels for you guys! :)
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