Hydrating Facial Peel

Hydrating Facial Peel

Cosmetic recipe for a Hydrating Facial Peel

This highly effective peel can be used weekly. It will not only remove dead skin cells from your skin, but also give a wonderfully hydrating boost with the hyaluronic acid. Leave on for 15 minutes and be sure to rinse off or wipe off after use.
Stage 1: (room temperature)
92% Bottled Spring Water
0.5% Allantoin Powder
Stage 2: (room temperature)
4% Natural AHA Fruit Extract
Stage 3: (room temperature)
2% Hyaluronic Acid Powder
Stage 4: (room temperature)
1.5% Saliguard® PCG
100% Total
Grape Seed Oil
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  • Add a little of the water to the Allantoin Powder and press it with the back of a teaspoon to make a smooth paste. Then add the rest of the water. It is done this way because it can be difficult to get Allantoin to dissolve.
  • Stir in the Natural AHA Fruit Extract to combine it thoroughly.
  • Sprinkle the Hyaluronic Acid Powder over the surface of the liquid and whisk well. Do not be temped to use a stick blender. It will look lumpy, and that is OK at the stage.
  • Cover the container to keep it hygienic and leave it overnight for the Hyaluronic Acid Powder to expand and make a gel.
  • Next day, stir it with a silicon spatula and add the Saliguard® PCG. Stir to ensure it is evenly combined. Jar and label.

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