Products in drugstores that have glycolic acid

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Products in drugstores that have glycolic acid
Glycolic acid products improve skin tone and texture and promote cell turnover to reveal healthier skin. (face to face image by Melanie von Snarly from

Glycolic acid is a small, crystalline, water-soluble solid very small in molecular size. These qualities cause it to easily penetrate the skin, which is why it is used in many beauty, spa and skin care products. Products containing glycolic acid are commonly found in spas, salons and drugstores in skin resurfacing and rejuvenation products. Glycolic acid should be used sparingly as it can damage skin and cause excessive irritation if used too much.

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Neostrata Brand Products

The Neostrata line uses glycolic acid in many of its products. The individual products in this line include:

AHA Solution For Oily And Acne Prone Skin

Face Cream AHA 15

Lotion Plus AHA 15

Foaming Glycolic Wash

Ultra Daytime Smoothing Cream SPF 15

Skin Brightening Gel

Gel Plus AHA 15

High Potency Cream

Problem Dry Skin Cream

Skin Lightening Gel AHA 10

Glytone Brand Products

The Glytone line is made up of many products that all use glycolic acid as an ingredient. Some individual products in this line include:

Mild Gel Wash

Exfoliating Body Wash

Mild Cream Wash

Exfoliating Gel Wash for Oily Skin

Fading Lotion

Body Lotion

Body Wash

Daily Facial Cleanser

Three step facial cream

Ultra Heel and Elbow Cream

Wipe away cleanser

Firming Eye Gel

MD Forte Brand Products

This product line includes cleansers, facial creams and lotions that all contain varying levels of glycolic acid. Individual products include:

MD Forte Facial Cream stages I, II and III

MD Forte Facial Cleanser stages I, II, and III

Skin Rejuvenation Lotion stages I, II and III

Skin Rejuvenation Hydra Masque

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