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Brazilian Peel Your Way To Glowing Skin

Acai, the Amazon rainforest super-berry, is everywhere these days.  It is in drinks, beauty creams, yogurt, granola bars, cereal and the list goes on.  Now there is a new product that is employing the anti-oxidant powers of acai.  The Brazilian Peel is a facial peel treatment meant for use at home, but with nearly the same benefits of professional peels.

If you have used the regular peels that you can buy in most stores and are thinking that this one will probably be similar, you may be in for a surprise.  The Brazilian Peel is 5 times stronger than the products available on store shelves.  The amount of glycolic acid included in the product (30%) is the highest that has ever been used in a home product thus far.

It does sound a bit scary for home use, but the makers, Advanced Home Actives, have included their Q-Mag Neutralizer which they say delivers the active ingredient without causing any adverse reaction.  Once the slate has been wiped clean, the acai is then meant to go to work at healing some of the damage the skin has taken.

The product is said to restore the glow and firmness that the skin once had, as well as reducing sun damage, blemishes and dry spots.  It comes in pre-measured syringes and costs about $110.00 for four treatments.

Comments
Aug 26, 2010
by Anonymous

irvinelmo

Hi,
I have to say..I was VERY skeptical..I have used many products..most have NOT lived up to their promises. My skin “feels” so soft..smooth..I have had people tell me I look 10 years younger.How great is that ????Just know my skin feels wonderful….will continue using this product.

Aug 30, 2010
by Anonymous

Hair Styling

Hi,

My hair got fizzy underneath the top layer thanks to the new Colorado humidity. Is there any shower method or hair care products to help me get rid of the frizz and have my touch-ably soft hair back?

Sep 1, 2010
by Anonymous

irvinelmo

Hi,
I am 23 years old and I have had acne in my T zone since I was teenager. I have combination skin, mostly oily on the T zone, and I've used Spectro Gel since high school but it doesn't seem to be working very well these days. I'm looking for good skin care products to use and how often to use them.

Apr 7, 2011
by dinni

I tried everything to have a

I tried everything to have a clean bright skin but still have some problems that I want to fix. I can only hope that I'll be able to find this Brazilian peel in skin products stores, I have to try it, I suppose this is the cheaper alternative to professional skin treatment.