Lactic Serum



Level 2

Our medium-level, complexion-refining exfoliating serum is formulated with a higher percentage of lactic acid, which is the treatment of choice in any skin-lightening program. Lactic acid is also a good choice for dry skin types and darker skin tones.

Aggressively exfoliates, clears resistant acne, lightens stubborn pigmentation, evens out the skin tone, and diminishes scars and sun damage.

Paraben-free, fragrance-free, and alcohol-free.

Recommended for:
Resistant, Pigmented, Sun Damaged, and Mature Acne Types

Why it works: 
Lactic acid is extremely effective at clearing acne with pigmentation issues and photo-damage. After acne lesions resolve, there is often a dark spot left behind in their place, which can last for months if left untreated. This corrective serum aggressively lightens stubborn red and brown spots left behind by old acne lesions.

Start with 1 – 2 pumps to entire affected area every other morning after cleansing, icing, and toning. Let dry 15 minutes before applying Daily Moisturizer and approved sunscreen. May use every morning in the absence of skin irritation or prickly sensation, typically after 2 – 4 weeks.

Do not use if allergic to milk. Keep away from eyes. Use at least an SPF 30 everyday for sun protection.

Active ingredient:
Lactic Acid

Special features:
-Dispensing pump for easy one-pump dosing
-Mild tyrosinase inhibiting ability on melanocytes results in skin quickly becoming clearer and brighter
-Increases cell turnover on the skin’s surface as well as inside the pore
-Light gel texture absorbs quickly
-Noncomedogenic so it won’t clog pores
-Suitable for all acne types

1 oz.

You deserve to know what’s in the products you are putting on your skin. We publish the full ingredient lists for each of our products here.

*Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information associated with our products should not be considered medical advice. A licensed physician should be consulted for the treatment of all ailments or disease.


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