• Resist Anti-Aging Weekly Resurfacing Treatment AHA Full size
  • Resist Anti-Aging Weekly Resurfacing Treatment AHA Full size
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Resist Anti-Aging 10% AHA Exfoliant Hebdomadaire

  • Cet exfoliant à usage hebdomadaire aide à diminuer les ridules et les taches brunes.

  • Type de peau : Tous types de peaux
  • Préoccupation : Anti-âge , Taches brunes , Peau très sèche
  • Ingrédients : Thé vert , Acide glycolique (AHA) , Réglisse (racine) Voir tout
  • Routine : Exfoliant
42,00 €

Variations

Standard 60 ml
+ Une mini gel contour yeux offert à partir de 75 € d’achat
+ Livraison gratuite à partir de 40 €
  • Garantie de remboursement sous 30 jours
  • Paiement sécurisé
  • Que fait ce produit?

    Boostez le soin de votre peau pendant la nuit.

    Ajoutez cet exfoliant sans rinçage contenant 10% d'acide glycolique et des antioxydants puissants à votre routine de soin hebdomadaire pour faire apparaître pendant la nuit une peau plus éclatante et d'apparence plus jeune. Affichez un teint et un grain de peau améliorés, réduisez visiblement vos rides.

  • Caractéristiques principales

    Aide à rétablir l'équilibre hydrique de la peau

    Réduit les signes de l'âge

    Adoucit la peau

  • Conseils d'utilisation

    Utiliser 1 fois par semaine et seulement le soir après le démaquillant et le tonique. Appliquer avec un disque de coton (éviter le contour des yeux) et laisser poser toute la nuit ou rincer au bout de 10 minutes selon la sensibilité cutanée. Faire suivre l'application d'un sérum antioxydant et/ou d'une crème hydratante. Ne pas utiliser d'autres exfoliants ou gommages la nuit du traitement.

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  • Ingrédients

    Quels sont les ingrédients principaux

    Thé vert
    Il possède de puissantes propriétés apaisantes et antioxydantes et bénéficie d'impressionnants résultats de recherche attestant de ses multiples bénéfices pour la peau, y compris anti-vieillisement.

    Acide glycolique (AHA)
    Stimule le renouvellement cellulaire et élimine les cellules mortes en surface de la peau. Il aide également à atténuer les signes de l'âge, particulièrement ceux dûs au soleil, et à fixer l'eau dans l'épiderme.

    Réglisse (racine)
    Elle possède des propriétés antioxydantes, apaisantes, éclairicissantes et aide à homogénéiser le teint.

    ALERTE COUP DE SOLEIL : Ce produit contient un Acide Alpha-Hydroxylé (AHA) qui peut augmenter la sensibilité au soleil et entraîner une brûlure de la peau. Il est important d’appliquer un écran solaire, de porter des vêtements protecteurs et de limiter l’exposition au soleil lorsqu’on utilise ce produit et dans la semaine subséquente. Comme pour tous les produits cosmétiques, éviter le contact direct avec les yeux.

    Ingrédients :

    Aqua, Methylpropanediol (hydration), Glycolic Acid (Alpha Hydroxy Acid, exfoliant), Butylene Glycol (hydration), Sodium Hydroxide (pH adjuster), Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract (antioxidant), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (hydration/skin-soothing), Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate (vitamin C/antioxidant), Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate (skin-soothing), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract (skin-soothing), Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Extract (antioxidant), Arctium Lappa (Burdock) Root Extract (skin-soothing), Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Extract (skin-soothing), Borago Officinalis (Borage) Extract (antioxidant), Boerhavia Diffusa Root Extract (antioxidant), Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract (skin-soothing), Lamium Album (White Nettle) Flower Extract (antioxidant), xilaS Alba (Willow) Bark Extract (skin-soothing), xilaS Nigra (Willow) Bark Extract (skin-soothing), Ulmus Fulva (Slippery Elm) Bark Extract (skin-soothing), Glycerin (hydration/skin replenishing), Allantoin (skin-soothing), Propylene Glycol (solvent), Tetrasodium EDTA (stabilizer), Phenoxyethanol (preservative).

  • Faq

    Frequently asked questions

    Is it OK to use Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment more than once per week?
    Yes, but we do not recommend doing so until you've seen how your skin responds to this treatment. Overuse may not provide better results; most people will find using this at night either once a week or up to 2 or 3 times per week produces great results, and you can use another Paula's Choice exfoliant on other nights. If you have advanced sun damage 4 or 5 times a week may be extremely beneficial.

    How should I alternate using Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment with Resist Daily Smoothing Treatment?
    Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment is recommended for use at night, at least once but up to 4 or 5 times per week. Since we do not advise using other exfoliants at the same time that you apply Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment, you can apply Resist Daily Smoothing Treatment as part of your morning skincare routine or on nights you do not apply the Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment. In the morning, Resist Daily Smoothing Treatment should be applied after cleansing and toning. Follow with a serum and/or moisturizer or foundation rated SPF 15 or greater.

    Can I use Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment with one of the Resist skin lighteners?
    Yes, but not at the same time. This is because both of our Resist skin lighteners contain an exfoliant (the Lotion has glycolic acid and the Gel has salicylic acid). If you're using one of our Resist skin lighteners, you may apply it in the morning or on the nights you do not apply the Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment.

    Can I use Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment at the same time as one of Paula's Choice BHA products?
    We do not recommend the use of any other exfoliant, including Paula's Choice BHA products with salicylic acid, be applied at the same time as Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment. Doing so increases the risk of irritation that excessive exfoliation can cause and irritation is never the goal. It is fine to apply any of our BHA products in the morning or on the nights you are not applying Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment.

    Is Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment recommended for use around the eyes?
    Yes, but only up to the orbital bone area (the bony ridge that stops just before the immediate undereye area). Do not apply Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment to the eyelid or underbrow area

    What if my skin experiences a stinging or tingling sensation from Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment?
    Upon application to cleansed, toned skin, some people may experience a small amount of tingling or feel a stinging sensation. This is normal and it should dissipate quickly and stop with ongoing use. If the tingling or stinging sensation does not stop or worsens, or if your skin becomes red or feels like it's burning, immediately rinse Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment with plain water and gently pat dry. Should this occur, ongoing use is not recommended. You may want to try another Paula's Choice exfoliant and our Customer Service team is happy to help you select an alternate option.

    I am using a prescription retinoid product. Is it OK for me to use Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment?
    Yes, but be aware that the prescription retinoid may increase your skin's sensitivity to this AHA treatment. We recommend proceeding with caution, and only applying Resist Weekly Resurfacing Treatment once per week. You would apply it before your prescription retinoid product and either rinse the Resurfacing Treatment after 10 minutes or wait until it has absorbed before applying your prescription retinoid.

    At what point after my laser and/or peel procedure can I begin using my AHA exfoliant again?
    First, we urge you to follow the post-procedure instructions your doctor or nurse provided. If nothing was mentioned about when to resume use of an AHA exfoliant, please contact the doctor's office where you had the procedure done. Otherwise, our general advice is to wait until skin has returned to its normal texture and color. This may mean waiting a few days or, depending on the depth of the peel or laser procedure, it may mean waiting several weeks. Both peels and laser procedures can temporarily leave skin extra-sensitive, so if in doubt it's best to wait rather than rush things. Once you begin using your AHA exfoliant again, pay attention to how your skin responds and adjust frequency of use accordingly. Discontinue use if you notice signs of irritation.

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