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Dr. Nair, Dermatologist
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CAN I USE THESE AT HOME? Sesglicopeel, Melaspeel,

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CAN I USE THESE AT HOME ? Sesglicopeel, Melaspeel, Salipeel,Madelac, Argipeel, Azelac Peel, Lactipeel, Retises, Pyruvic, Spa PEEL AMPOULES Bleaching, Glowing Effect ADDITIVES Antioxidant Additive, Bleaching K Additive, Bleaching Mix Additive,Gel lifting effect Additive WHICH CAN BE USED AT HOME AND WHICH CAN NOT? www.mediderm.com/eng/products/peelings/peelings_nomelanfenol.htm"
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I have used quite a few of these peels but not all. Lactipeel, Pyruvic acid peel and Argipeel are safe to use at home while Sesglicopeel and Salipeels are not. The only glycolic acid peeling systems that are suitable for home use are the DCL 10 and 20% Glycopads. Azelac peel should also be safe to use in principle but I haven't used it in person. The additives you mentioned are peel enhancing agents and are meant for use along with a peeling regimen - I usually however use Neostrata Peel Boosters and not these simply because they are more readily available in my part of the world.
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