Glytone Facial Cream #2

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This extremely hydrating glycolic acid face cream is the perfect starting point for people with dry skin who want to begin glycolic acid anti aging skin care products. Glytone Facial Cream #2 has all the benefits of a glycolic acid anti wrinkle cream and skin lightening cream, and it is the perfect place to start alpha hydroxy acid skin therapy for people with dry skin.

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Overview

Glytone Facial Cream #2

Professional strength glycolic acid products are serious skin care when it comes to creating younger looking skin. Strong glycolic acid products help reverse wrinkles by giving the outer skin a finer texture and building new collagen. For skin lightening, I always recommend glycolic acid when people ask me for a skin bleaching cream for melasma, or want to know how to remove age spots on face skin.

I recommend using Glytone Facial Cream #2 at bedtime. You can gradually increase to twice a day use as your skin adjusts to this strong glycolic acid face cream. Eventually you can move to Glytone Facial Cream #3 if your skin can tolerate this maximal level of home glycolic acid skin care therapy.

Glytone Facial Cream #2 is part of my Anti Aging Antioxidant Facial Skin Care Kit with Glycolic Acid for Dry Skin and my Glycolic Acid Facial Anti Aging Kit for Dry Skin.

Please note: use of products with glycolic acid can irritate the skin. If irritation develops discontinue use and consult a physician.

Manufacturer: Glytone Facial Cream #2
Glytone

Directions

Glytone Facial Cream #2

I recommend using Glytone Facial Cream #2 at bedtime. You can gradually increase to twice a day use as your skin adjusts to this strong glycolic acid face cream. Eventually you can move to Glytone Facial Cream #3 if your skin can tolerate this maximal level of home glycolic acid skin care therapy.

Tips For Success with Glycolic Acid Products

  • Always start with lower strength products and work up in strength as your skin is able to tolerate the glycolic acid.
  • Glycolic acid is by definition an ‘acid’ and can irritate sensitive or injured skin. When or if there is stinging or irritation, you can lower the concentration of the glycolic acid in the product by diluting it in half with a non-glycolic acid product and gradually work towards full strength.
  • Mix equal portions of the glycolic acid product and a similar non-glycolic acid product that you know your skin can tolerate in your palm before applying them to the skin.
  • In a week or so, add less of the non-glycolic acid product as you mix the two products in your palm. Slowly continue this process until you can tolerate the full strength glycolic acid product.
  • If your skin becomes irritated, take a break from your glycolic acid treatment for a few days, or until the skin returns back to normal, before resuming therapy.
  • Avoid or use less glycolic acid in areas of your skin that are more sensitive. This means diluting the glycolic product as above or avoiding glycolic acid on the area all together. Examples of sensitive skin areas on the body include the décolletage area of the chest and the skin folds of the groin or under the breasts. On the face this would include the eyelids and central ‘T-zone’ in people suffering from seborrhea.
  • Do not get glycolic acid on the lips and of course do not eat products intended for external use only.
  • The eyelid folds are sensitive. Of course, do not get glycolic acid in your eyes. This means do not apply it so close to the eyes that it melts into the eyes as the product warms to skin temperature.
  • Sometimes glycolic acid products may sting if you use them after exfoliating with a scrub or rough shower cloth or sponge. If this happens, then apply glycolic acid products on days that you don’t physically exfoliate when washing. Instead apply a non-glycolic acid product after exfoliating and use your glycolic acid product when you don’t exfoliate
  • If your skin develops irritation, an injury, a sunburn or windburn or a rash, you must not apply glycolic acid to those areas of your skin. Wait until your skin is entirely healed plus at least 2 weeks. Glycolic acid will further irritate irritated skin, compounding the inflammation, preventing healing and possibly resulting in scarring or dyspigmentation. This includes skin irritated from wind or sun, irritating skin medicines such as acne medicines or tretenoin (Retin A and Renova) or procedures such as electrolysis, laser, chemical peels, waxing etc.
  •  Irritated skin can develop permanent darkening in response to sunlight. Do not expose irritated skin to the sun until the skin has returned to normal.

 

Ingredients

Glytone Facial Cream #2 (1.7 oz.): Water, Glycolic Acid, Dimethicone, Cetearyl Glucoside, Trisiloxane, Sodium Hydroxide, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Isostearyl Palmitate, Ceteth-10, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Glycerin, Bis-Hydroxyethoxypropyl Dimethicone, Silica, Laureth-4, Polysorbate 20, Polyacrylamide, Titanium Dioxide, C13-C14 Isoparaffin, Cetyl Hydroxyethylcellulose, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Propylene Glycol, Laureth-7, Sodium Polyacrylate, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Hydrolyzed Corn Starch, Ammonium Hydroxide, Gardenia Tahitenis Flower, Tocopherol, PVM/MA Copolymer.