WHY WE LOVE IT:
This 12% glycolic serum for night refines and resurfaces skin by gently dissolving the glue that holds dead skin cells to the surface and increasing collagen production.
WHAT IT DOES:
Glycolic T.L.C. Framboos™ is a refreshing, hydrating gel that resurfaces dull, congested skin by gently lifting dead skin cells away, revealing an even-toned and radiant complexion. Fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and other signs of aging will be greatly diminished, along with excess oiliness, acne and the appearance of pores. The results include greater clarity, smoother texture and increased collagen formation. The powerful T.L.C. Framboos™ blend of glycolic, lactic, tartaric, citric and salicylic acids and Raspberry Extract, sinks in easily and delivers the most effective and precise level of chemical exfoliation, without the harsh side effects.
• Resurfaces congested dull skin
• Reveals an even-toned radiant complexion
• Greatly diminishes fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation
• Diminishes, excess oiliness, acne and the appearance of pores
• Smoother texture and increased collagen
• Suitable for all skin types
WHY IT'S HOT:
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The pH level of T.L.C. Framboos™ is 3.8-4.0. AHA's can be irritating if not formulated properly. They have added a cactus plant enzyme blend that is designed to reduce neurosensory irritation caused by the application of topical products such as AHAs. Glycolic T.L.C. gets the job done with little to no redness or stinging. Drunk Elephant formulations only contain ingredients that are there to benefit skin health and support the formulation, keeping them safe and making them ideal for even the most sensitive skin. You will never find colorants or fragrances of any kind in their products. That is their commitment to you.
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