Tri-Alpha Hydroxy Exfoliating Gel

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Exfoliation of the skin is essential in alleviating a dull complexion. One of the most effective methods of exfoliation is by using Alpha-Hydroxy Acids to peel away the upper layer of the epidermis, exposing fresh and radiant new skin below.

This Tri-Alpha Hydroxy Exfoliating Gel is an exfoliating masterpiece that uses 3 of the most effective and natural Alpha-Hydroxy Acids to deliver a superior exfoliation experience, in a rinse-off gel formula, for an excellent "mini" peel at home.  Glycolic Acid, Pyruvic Acid, and Lactic Acid all contribute to the deep penetrating and fast-acting skin desquamation action.  This powerful formula removes dead skin and revives the complexion in as little as 1-3 minutes. Simply put, this is one of the safest, natural, and most effective methods of skin revival.


  • High quality exfoliation and removal of dead cells
  • Exposes radiant new skin
  • Helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Helps soften and invigorate the skin


Glycolic Acid occurs naturally as a trace component in sugarcane, grapes and other fruits. As the first in the Alpha-Hydroxy Carboxylic Acids, it is one of the smallest molecules with acid functionality, which easily penetrates the skin. This useful organic acid reacts with the upper layer of the epidermis by weakening the binding properties of the lipids that hold dead skin cells together, dislodging them to reveal fresh new cells beneath.

Lactic Acid is another excellent Alpha-Hydroxy Acid that usually occurs in sour milk, but is also found in molasses due to partial conversion of sugars in apples and other fruits. With a natural affinity to the skin, it is also very effective at exfoliating and softening the surface.

Pyruvic Acid is the third Alpha-Hydroxy Acid included in this superb formula. As an intermediate in sugar metabolism found in cane sugar juice, and a precursor to Lactic Acid, Pyruvic Acid is known to be exceptional at removing dead skin.