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Maximum Glycolic Meta Serum | 10% Glycolic Acid
Maximum Glycolic Meta Serum | 10% Glycolic Acid
Maximum Glycolic Meta Serum | 10% Glycolic Acid

Maximum Glycolic Meta Serum | 10% Glycolic Acid

Consonant Skincare

Regular price $60.00 Sale

Description

Conventional glycolic acid products can be drying and irritating. Consonant's Maximum Glycolic Meta Serum is formulated to be at the juncture of hydration and functional exfoliation.
 
The maximum allowable concentration of AHA's dissolve the bonds that hold dead skin cells to the skin to allow healthy, radiant skin to show through. A custom blend of four unique botanical extracts soothe skin to minimize irritation, and help protect against dryness. The result is a clinically proven, high-performance serum. Your skin will feel smoother, softer and will look more even.

In an independent clinical study participants* reported: 

100%  experienced no burning or redness

95%  felt smoother, softer skin

90%  found skin was more hydrated

85%  felt skin was firmer, more elastic and supple

85%  saw reduced aging effects

*20 participants over 42 days

 

30 ml

Directions

PM: Cleanse skin with Consonant Natural Foaming Face Wash.

Dry skin and apply 1-2 pumps of the Maximum Glycolic Meta Serum to face, neck, and décolletage, avoiding the eye area.

Some tingling is normal. Allow to dry, and follow with HydrExtreme® and the Consonant face cream of your choice. 

People occasionally experience the odd breakout when first using the serum as skin decongests. It's recommended to continue use as this typically passes quickly and more clear skin is revealed!

Ingredients

Water, Glycolic acid, Lactic acid, Propanediol, Glycerin, Citric acid, Malic acid, Salicylic acid, Phragmites communis extract (common reed), Centella asiatica extract (pennywort), Hibiscus sabdariffa flower extract (hibiscus), Poria cocos extract (poria mushroom) , Sodium lactate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Niacinamide, Sodium PCA, Glycine, Fructose, Benzyl alcohol, Benzoic acid, Dehydroacetic acid