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SuperCop and Acid peels

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I have been hearing great things about the SuperCopx2 product, especially in combination with various acid peels.

Anyway i have ordered the supercop product to see if it can help with some of my smaller, shallower scars. However i have no idea what type of acid peel to get. There seems to be a reference to different acid types and percentages and i have no idea what your talking about. What would you recommend for me?.

I dont want to use anything that could possibly cause any further skin depigmentation.

Thanks in advance

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I have been hearing great things about the SuperCopx2 product, especially in combination with various acid peels.

Anyway i have ordered the supercop product to see if it can help with some of my smaller, shallower scars. However i have no idea what type of acid peel to get. There seems to be a reference to different acid types and percentages and i have no idea what your talking about. What would you recommend for me?.

I dont want to use anything that could possibly cause any further skin depigmentation.

Thanks in advance

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I use 30% glycolic acid cream and another cream that has 30% glycolic and 10% lactic and malic acid in it. Supercop2x has 2% salicylic acid in it. I'm using these milder acids because my skin is really sensitive since I just came off accutane.

I have heard good things about salicylic acid peels and Jessners. You might want to look into that. I wish I had more first hand info on it, but I'm not too familiar w/ peels since I've never done an at-home peel before.

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Thanks Lexy smile.gif ill look in to it and keep you all posted

I use 30% glycolic acid cream and another cream that has 30% glycolic and 10% lactic and malic acid in it.  Supercop2x has 2% salicylic acid in it.  I'm using these milder acids because my skin is really sensitive since I just came off accutane. 

I have heard good things about salicylic acid peels and Jessners.  You might want to look into that.  I wish I had more first hand info on it, but I'm not too familiar w/ peels since I've never done an at-home peel before.

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