Reddit Reddit reviews Skin Obsession 20% Glycolic Peel for Lines, Acne, Sun Damage & Rosacea Mild Home Chemical peel

We found 2 Reddit comments about Skin Obsession 20% Glycolic Peel for Lines, Acne, Sun Damage & Rosacea Mild Home Chemical peel. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Skin Obsession 20% Glycolic Peel for Lines, Acne, Sun Damage & Rosacea Mild Home Chemical peel
At home chemical peeling is affordable, safe and effectiveRemove age spots and sun damage from anywhere on the bodySmooth texture of skin by removing the damaged layersGive skin a youthful glow and smooth out fine linesHelps treat Rosacea, acne, milia and other skin conditions
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2 Reddit comments about Skin Obsession 20% Glycolic Peel for Lines, Acne, Sun Damage & Rosacea Mild Home Chemical peel:

u/DragonBorn76 · 4 pointsr/30PlusSkinCare

For your melasma , I would use a sunblock, most of the time that is caused by sun exposure so you don't want to undo whatever treatment for them you are doing.

For sunblock I would explore the Asian brands which designed to be cosmetically elegant and even if you buy them online, they aren't usually too expensive. A really popular brand is Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence. It can be purchased on Amazon. Another brand , Canmake gets really good reviews here on Reddit for being moisturizing and working well under makeup. It is moisturizing as well so during the day you probably won't need a separate moisturizer .

I would skin the brightening face washes and invest in face washes which will be gentle and non-drying. Facewashes aren't on the skin long enough IMO to really help.

Just depending how bad your melasma is , it just may not be able to correct using OTC products. It may need laser treatment but a few things you can try which is known to help is hydroquinone and 20% glycolic acid ( you will want to build up tolerance to 20% ).

I would also add vitamin C serum for skin brightening .

For a moisturizer , I love La Roche-Posay double repair. It has Niacinamide which has anti-aging benefits and it's very moisturizing. If you DO use the glycolic acid peels you will want something like this that can help restore your moisture barrier.

u/kkmmll · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Here is what I use:

-A peel 1-2 times a week, either 30% salicylic or 50% glycolic acid. To start out, use a lower percentage. I have been doing this for over 7 years (first through my derm, then on my own when it got too expensive), so I can use a higher percent. I get the peels off of amazon- each peel will have its own directions so follow those :-) Maybe try a 20% glycolic and a 10% salicylic. I just slather it on with my hands, wait for however long the bottle says, then wash it off in the shower.

  • 20% glycolic pads at night…again, maybe start with 10%

    -10% benzoyl peroxide cream for spot treatment

    -10% benzoyl peroxide wash in the shower AFTER I have washed off all other products (shampoo, conditioner, regular body wash)

    This has worked really well for me. I literally wore long sleeves for 3 years straight before I figured this system out (my acne is mainly on my arms). As long as I stay on top of the routine, I don’t have breakouts!