Facial care (exfoliating products, peelings, purifying creams and lotions, cleansing gels, masks, eye contour creams, scrubs);
Body care (body milks, foot and hand masks);
Hair care (anti-dandruff shampoos, purifying hair masks, detanglers);
Hygiene (shower gels)
Store at room temperature away from light, moisture and heat.
Contra-Indications and Precautions
With a use once or twice a week, it generally presents no danger. However, it may cause allergic reactions or irritation. Avoid contact with eyes, in case of contact rinse thoroughly with water.
Lactic acid is photosensitizing, which means that it increases the skin's sensitivity to sunlight. After using lactic acid and for a week afterwards, you should not go out in the sun unless you use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a high sun protection factor, wear protective clothing and limit your exposure to the sun as much as possible. Preferably, apply a lactic acid treatment in the evening before bedtime.
Do not combine this active ingredient with a product containing salicylic acid or glycolic acid.