RESURFACING – REFINING PORES – SMOOTHING LINES
Hiding imperfections,this booster resurfaces, refines pores and smooths lines to create a fresh, radiant complexion. It contains Lactic Acid, a powerful AHA, which exfoliates the skin to reveal a thinner, smoother grain. Like the other Age Intelligence Boosters, it has been formulated to mix into anything we can call skincare.
AGE INTELLIGENCE PERFECTION BOOSTER (10% Lactic Acid)
Water/Eau, Lactic Acid, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Hydroxide, 1,2-Hexanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, Xanthan Gum, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Disodium EDTA. .
Our formulations will be updated from time to time as part of our commitment to innovation, or due to regulatory changes. As such, the ingredient list above may vary from that on the box depending on time and region of purchase.
LACTIC ACID 10% conc. (final formula pH is 3.70):
Offers a powerful yet gentle peeling solution.
Of all the forms of AHA, lactic acid is the only one naturally occurring in the skin. It actually protects the natural pH of the skin from external alkalinizing factors. When used in a concentration of at least 1% and linked to a sufficiently low pH, lactic acid is an excellent exfoliator. Under its effect, the skin renews itself faster, and its grain becomes thinner and more even.
The risk of minor irritation cannot be ruled out at this concentration, yet it is minimized as long as product is mixed-in because the mixing will dilute its impact to some extent.
The lactic acid used in this formulation is derived from the fermentation of barley and corn. 100% vegan origin.
Perfection Booster should be applied pm only, mixed in the palm of the hand with the Recovery Serum to maximize results, or directly in your usual cream for a boost. For a more intensive effect, it can be applied directly to the skin prior to the Recovery Serum or cream and allowed to penetrate before layering the next product (only for clients whose skin is accustomed to AHAs).
The use of a high SPF during the day is imperative.
Avoid contact with eyes. If irritation persists, discontinue use and consult a physician.