The Fixer™ AHA Resurfacing Gel
Works beautifully for
Perfect for those with acne, dry or dull skin, enlarged pores, or uneven tone/texture.
How to use
Use in the evening after cleansing and prior to moisturizer. Apply 1-2 pumps evenly on face, neck and décolleté.
Leave on and allow to activate for 2 minutes before applying additional products.
Tingling may occur due to actives.
Both chemical and physical exfoliants remove dead skin cells, leaving skin brighter and clearer. Chemical exfoliants use acids or enzymes to loosen and dissolve the cells. Physical exfoliants contain particles and work by physically scrubbing away dead skin cells. Almost all skin types can benefit from both forms. However, it’s possible to over do it—be sure to follow application instructions.
Discover The Fixer AHA Resurfacing Gel
Bootcamp for your skin.
Wake up your skin’s collagen production with this tingling, age-defying peel alternative. Intelli-Plant™ science-powered 10% glycolic acid plus alpha-hydroxy acids from the caja, banana, and mango fruits resurface the skin, dissolve buildup, and supercharge cell turnover to reduce the appearance of pores, fine lines and wrinkles.
As we age, the production of collagen and elastin begins to decline, resulting in the slow decrease in firmness and elasticity. As cell turnover slows down from every 28 days to every 40, 50 or 60+ days, this can result in dull and uneven skin tone, rough patches, dryness, and fine lines and wrinkles.
A normal in-tact stratum corneum consists of tightly packed layers of dead skin cells that are bonded together. Glycolic acid has the ability to loosen and dissolve those bonds, increasing cell turnover, while also increasing the body’s natural collagen production. The result is overall brighter, smoother, firmer skin.
Glycolic acid. Now clean and green.
Now cleaner than ever, this next-generation, high-purity and proprietary glycolic acid features technology that eliminates the use of formaldehyde—which has been used for 40+ years in conventional processing of the glycolic acid found in a majority of personal care products on the market today.