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Jessner’s Peel Ingredient’s 1 of 3

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Jessner Peel The Jessner Peel Solution owes its effectiveness to the use of three very important ingredients -resorcinol, salicylic acid and lactic acid. Resorcinol and salicylic acid include anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory agent as well as penetrating oil while the lactic acid is used for treating any occurrences of discoloration as well as collagen stimulation and the production of elastic material. So what makes the combination of these ingredients so effective and beneficial for so many clients of Jessner Peel? Resorcinol or Resorcin What exactly is Resorcinol? It is a dihydroxy phenol used primarily in the treatment of acne, eczema, psoriasis and a number of other adverse skin conditions. It is most effective when combined with other acne treating medications, including salicylic acid and lactic acid. What exactly does it do? It is known for breaking down hard, coarse skin, which basically means it’s capable of breaking down such things as whiteheads and blackheads. It is the resorcinol ingredient in Jessner Peel that creates the greatest potential for skin peeling and is potentially irritating; therefore, one should avoid using other irritating ingredients like soaps, cleansers, alcohol products and some other forms of medications.  Order Jessner's Solution online.