DermaNew ... a natural alternative to synthetic Glycolic Acid. Glycolic Acid can no longer be shipped except as a hazardous material due to it's classification as a "Strong Oxidizer".
Did you know ... you can't even ship finished products that contain 10%, or more, Glycolic Acid?
What's the answer to serving the exfoliation needs of your customers? DermaNew ... nature's Glycolic Acid ... when formulated to match the strength of synthetic Glycolic Acid you get all the benefits without the drawbacks!!!
Ingredients To Die For is pleased to bring you a plant derived Glycolic Acid. Our DermaNew carries none of the oxidizing hazards of standard Glycolic Acid. It is about half the strength but, acid for acid is just as effective. You can combine our DermaNew (natural Glycolic Acid) with Lactic Acid to keep your costs lower and still achieve desired results but, with less skin and environmental concerns.
So check out our DermaNew!!!
NOTE:: Please be aware that when you use AHA's on the skin you are exposing new skin, which is much more susceptible to UV damage. Always follow with an adequate sunscreen. Per FDA guidelines, "FDA Topically Applied Cosmetics Containing AHA's Labeling Requirements", all products should include the AHA warning, below, and suggestion to include or follow with a sunscreen. You can copy and paste the red text into your web browser or go to the FDA website and read the entire document, which is highly recommended.
* Sunburn Alert: This product contains an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that may increase your skin's sensitivity to the sun and particularly the possibility of sunburn. Use a sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and limit sun exposure while using this product and for a week afterwards
CAUTION :: As with all of the acids, it is important to let your skin acclimate to their use. For those who's skin is not used to the acids a slight stinging and redness may result. If this occurs, reduce usage to every other day for 2 weeks, before resuming daily application. If irritation persists, discontinue use. If you experience anything more than a slight stinging, or redness, discontinue use immediately. Any time that you experience discomfort, you can apply a 10% solution of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) to neutralize the acid, then wash with soap and water to thoroughly remove any acid residue. If irritation develops, or persists, seek medical advise.
Nothing on the Ingredients To Die For website should be considered, or construed, as medical advise.
IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER TO READ AND UNDERSTAND THE MSDS PRIOR TO PURCHASING OR USING GLYCOLIC ACID. DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE SKIN AS CHEMICAL BURNING MAY RESULT.