When should you use is the Hard Skin Remover Pen?
For small discreet areas of hard skin e.g. corns, especially between the toes as well as punctate, discreet areas of hard skin between and on top of, on the ends of the toes.
How to use?
Apply the liquid twice daily until the hard skin or corn is removed or comfortable.
What is Glycolic Acid?
Glycolic acid is a natural ingredient derived from sugar cane, though it is now often made synthetically. It falls into a set of molecules known as AHAs, or Alpha Hydroxy Acids. There are five AHA's, which Dermatology Expert Dr. Heather Brannon describes as: glycolic acid (sugar cane), lactic acid (milk), citric acid (oranges and lemons), malic acid (apples and pears) and tartaric acids (grapes).
Glycolic acid is the most common alpha hydroxy acid, and it has a reputation of being one of the safest forms of alpha hydroxy acids.
Benefits Of Glycolic Acid
Glycolic acid is an exfoliator and it safely removes the outer layer of dead skin cells on your skin, bringing fresh, new skin to the surface. Glycolic acid can also help lighten discoloration of the skin