AHA-15 Multi-Gel

Fruits Acids Concentrate

AHA Multi-Gel consists of a blend of potent alpha-hydroxy acids polymers (15%) in a firming plant polysaccharides medium. This blend of hydroxy acids decreases the “stickiness” between corneocytes above the granular layer, increasing desquamation and evenly thinning the stratum corneum. It also has Marine Minerals and Amino Acids for revitalization and nutrients.  Additionally – it contains Aminoguanidine, an outstanding ingredient known for its ability to prevent the process of sugar-barnacles that attach to and destroys collagen fibers in the skin. This process is a major contributor to skin aging. Clients will love the feel of AHA Multi-Gel on their skin as it firms, nourishes and renews through gentle exfoliation.

  • Alpha-hydroxy-acid polymer
  • Desquamation
  • Revitalization
  • Collagen breakdown
  • Firming
  • Smoothening

Key Ingredients

The polymer is a “strand” of linked glycolic acid molecules. It is more readily absorbed by the skin where it slowly breaks down to exert its exfoliating activity. It is less irritating than the “regular” glycolic acid.

Lactic acid, or milk acid, is an alpha-hydroxy acid derived from milk. The importance of this ingredient lies in its ability to exfoliate and hydrate the skin. By removing the dead skin layers, the skin will have a healthier texture and fresher appearance. Lactic acid exfoliates the skin without being harsh – the human body naturally produces this acid so the skin is already accustomed to it, minimizing skin irritation and rejection. Lactic acid has a substantial moisturizing quality as well. Lactic acid Improves the overall texture of the skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

Also known as carrageenan, is an oceanic seaweed rich in amino acids, polysaccharides, beta-caroten, vitamin B and sulfur. It is known for its anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and soothing properties

An anti-inflammatory agent and a building block to collagen and elastin. It works in combination with D-Beta-Fructan and D-Beta-Glucosamine to build stable, moisture-retaining mucopolysaccharides in the skin.

A mushroom-derived polysaccharide that stimulates the immune function of the skin and improves the skin’s moisture retention.

An anti-inflammatory agent and a building block to collagen and elastin.

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