Wake up with glowing skin with this Overnight Glow Peel. This once a week treat is chock full of skin-friendly ingredients
About GOOP GLOW Peel
While I love glycolic acid, I didn’t see what would be so special about THIS glycolic acid pad versus other glycolic acid peels available at a fraction of the price. Boy was I surprised to see what a refined result GOOP GLOW gives!
This is likely due to the notable ingredient lineup and the design of the peel pad itself.
With aHA, there is almost never the uneven peeling that often comes with many chemical peels or scrubs, so there is less post-peel downtime with AHA. Skin is just soft and dewy looking, not red and irritated.
While skin can get red and irritated from AHA, as long as it is done properly, irritation will be short-lived, so it makes for an excellent anti-aging product.
First, let’s take a look at the ingredients paired with aHA in GOOP GLOW:
This is a dual-sided pad. It has an exfoliative basket-weave texture side and a smooth side.
The dual-layer design has a finger pocket. It is useful for an even, clean application.
Each pad is in a sealed packet. These pads are well-saturated. One pad treats my face, décolletage, collarbone, and neck. I apply any remaining product to the top of my hands.
I experienced no redness or irritation in the morning.
Two days later, I had very light peeling on the sides of my nose. The peel loosened up stubborn side-of-the-nose-blackheads. A few days after my whiteheads began to subside and purge.
Where to Find It
GOOPGLOW 15% Glycolic Acid Overnight Glow Peel is available at GOOP.com and Sephora
It is available in a 3 month supply 12 pack of pads.
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