MOST Glicosal Lotion is a hydro-alcoholic solution of glycolic acid and salicylic acid.
Its exfoliant action on the stratum corneum does not irritate the skin. The aim of micropeeling is to accelerate the process of cell desquamation without creating the caustic effects of normal acid peeling, which is why the concentrations of glycolic acid and salicylic acid in MOST Glicosal Lotion are carefully limited and balanced.
The glycolic acid accelerates the desquamation process of the skin and stimulates the reproduction of epidermal cells. The salicylic acid has many properties, among which desquamation and antimicrobical properties.
The peeling acids in MOST Glicosal Lotion favour the detachment of the lamellar cells of the stratum corneum (horny layer) of the skin, thus accelerating the normal process of desquamation. This forced cell replacement is very useful in the case of various dermatological disorders.
MOST Glicosal Lotion thins the horny layer thus allowing the elimination of the comedones or microcysts of acne, the thickened flaking of dandruff, the excess pigmentation of melasma, and the excess sebum of seborrhea, and impeding cut hairs from growing inwards.
- Comedonic skin
- Photoaged cutis
- Seborrheic cutis
- Seborrheic dermatitis
- Ingrown hair
MOST Glicosal Lotion should be applied only once a day (preferably in the evening) by rubbing it gently into the skin until it has been completely absorbed.
Only a small amount should be used for the first applications in order to test the sensitivity of the skin to micropeeling.
In the case of redness or a burning sensation, stop the applications until the skin has returned to normal, and then resume treatment using less lotion or less rubbing, or applying the lotion every other day.
If the redness returns, contact a dermatologist.
MOST Glicosal Lotion should not be applied near the eyes or on or near the mucosa.
In the case of accidental contact with the eyes or mucosa, wash immediately with running water.
Aqua, Isopropyl Alcohol, Glycolic Acid, Glycerin, Salicylic Acid.