This gentle, balancing, vitamin-rich exfoliator tones and lightens the skin. This product contains Phenol, AHA and BHA which all work to exfoliate the skin. The Magnesium Chloride helps to purify, and the PP Vitamin works as an antioxidant. It is recommended for devitalized and/or less toned skin conditions.
It gently exfoliates the skin, regulates excessive sebum secretion, moisturizes and helps maintain the epidermis’ acid pH. It prevents and treats in-grown hairs, and is therefore ideal for pre and post-shaving skin care.
Please call our studio to speak with an esthetician if you are unsure about purchasing Lotion P50V. Joanna suggests P50V for the majority of her clients - it is perfect for skin that is not sensitive.
The P50, P50V, and P50W balancing exfoliators are the unique fruit of 30 years of reflection and experience. P50 balancing exfoliators speed up the epidermis’ natural exfoliating process and the reconstruction of the epidermal shield. The fortified epidermis can then fulfill its protective functions completely, enhancing the skin’s self-regeneration potential.
WARNING: This product contains Phenol and is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
The P50 collection has a tendency to arrive leaking based on the composition of the product. In the case that happens, it is still okay to use. We ensure every bottle is in good condition before we mail them to our clients. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
Apply all over the face, neck and cleavage. Apply to the eye area once or twice a week. The first week: saturate moistened cotton pads with Lotion P50V 1970 and apply to the face, neck and cleavage. Thereafter: saturate dry cotton pads with the lotion.
Alpha-Hydroxy-Acids, Poly-Hydroxy-Acids and Beta-Hydroxy-Acids, Cider Vinegar, Phytic Acid, Sulphur, Magnesium Chloride, Vitamin B3 (or PP), Horseradish, Burdock, Capsicum Extracts, Natural Sponge, Yeast and Walnut Extracts, Phenol
*Ingredients are subject to change at the manufacturer's discretion. For the most complete and up-to-date list of ingredients, refer to the product packaging.