AHA Smoothing Serum 17%
AHA Smoothing Serum 17% is the best glycolic acid treatment to exfoliate sensitive skin. Pores will appear smaller and red acne scars from blemishes will fade.
AHA Smoothing Serum 17% by Renée Rouleau uses non-drying glycolic acid to gently exfoliate the skin while lessening blemishes and reducing the appearance of large pores, fine lines and wrinkles. Your skin will be noticeably clearer and clogged pores and post-breakout scars will be visibly improved. This advanced formula is a best-seller and is extremely effective for smoothing the skin. The result? Beautiful, clearer and healthier-looking skin with a noticeably smoother texture by Renée Rouleau.
"This powerhouse ingredient will change your skin."
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Dry hands and cuticles - reveals smoother skin.
Sun-damaged chest - smoothes and removes dryness.
Under the eyes - softens lines and smoothes away dryness. Follow with eye cream.
Keratosis Pilaris - flattens bumps and gives a smooth appearance.
Ingrown bikini line hairs - use daily 7 days after waxing to prevent trapped hair follicles.
Glycolic Acid - provides exfoliation by dissolving clogged pores.
Aloe Vera - soothing, healing and hydrating.
Glycerin - maintains hydration levels in the skin.
No animal testing.
Sunburn Alert: This product contains an Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) that may increase your skin's sensitivity to sunburn. Wear sun protection daily (view our collection) and discontinue use prior to spending time directly in the sun.
How it Feels / Smells / Looks
This silky serum is clear, unscented and feels very sheer when applied.
How to Use
To effectively use AHA Smoothing Serum 17% to reduce large pores and breakouts, apply 1-2 pumps to entire face after cleansing and toning. (A slight tingling sensation is normal.) Follow with a night cream recommended for your skin type. Use for three nights on, three nights off, with a Renée Rouleau hydrating skin serum (view our collection) on alternate nights.
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