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Zenmed's forumla 30% glycolic esthetician-grade peel and dermabrasion system that is suitable for at-home treatment that is helpful for reducing dark spots on the skin, freckling, premature wrinkling and hyperpigmentation.

Benefits reported by users include a more even skin tone, fading of acne pitting and scarring, more supple looking skin (this product increases collagen levels after 3-4 treatments), a balancing of combination skin, reduction in dry patches and a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles.

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Estheticians usually charge up to $200 a session for a glycolic peel facial. Dermabrasion sessions at a clinic can run up to as much as $300. Laser resurfacing peels can be $500 a session or more. They are expensive and most of us can?t afford to get these treatments done regularly.

What is a peel? Dead skin cells can cause the skin to lose it's youthful glow. A peel is a simple process that helps removed dead skin cells on the surface, for fresher looking skin. Zenmed also has a very poplular acne product called Derma Cleanse that contains irritant-free and natural ingredients for helping to unclog poors, provide gentl exfoliation and reduce acne-causing bacteria on the skin. Derma Cleanse helps to balance the skin's ph levels and most see reduction in irritation and redness as well as more supple and fresh looking skin.

Skin Care Disclaimer: Glycolic acid is made from sugarcane and citrus fruits and, like anything else, may cause allergic reaction in some individuals. Important to do a skin patch test first, in my opinion, with any product that changes derma. From what I've read, one should not overuse a product with glycolic acid either as this can lead to skin irritation and dryness.

If you notice swelling or your skin looks sunburned or the stinging that sometimes occurs on application does not dissapate, I'd stop using the product and call the company for guidance.