Member since 1/26/2012


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Reviews & Stories

Puredeming Peels Work

I regularly use the lactic acid (40%) and glycolic acid peels (30%) from Puredeming. I've found the lactic acid peels to be particularly effective at lightening brown spots. I've never been burned or left it on too long (5 minutes is my maximum) and I'd never pay some Med Spa big bucks to do something I can do cheaply and safely at home. READ MORE

Worth It - Redondo Beach, CA

Had one treatment done and plan on having two or three more (I got a really good special, 4 for $600). No down time, face was red for about 20 minutes afterward. Saw immediate results on one side of my face, but still have some remaining redness on the other side from old acne scars/broken capillaries. Definitely has already done more than the thousands I've spent on useless products... READ MORE

Recent comments from hc12

Yes, I know, but only people with bad experiences seem to post on this site and you have a lot of doctors telling people not to use the home kits, basically because it competes with their exorbitantly priced procedures. AND there are a... READ COMMENT

No, 3 weeks previous I had the Laser Genesis. I was initially concerned that maybe it was too early, but I had several patch tests done and it really wasn't that uncomfortable. I think some skin types just can't tolerate it and... READ COMMENT

Yes, old red marks from acne/the sun. Most were faded over the years, but the capillaries were more noticable. I also had an IPL done but it's been so soon I didn't want to review it (but nothing bad occurred). READ COMMENT

They definitely should've done a patch test, too. That's insane that they didn't. Sounds like a lawsuit. READ COMMENT

They never should've given you IPL with Asian skin tone. I had it done recently and the first thing they asked about was my ethnic background because generally, the darker/more olive toned your skin, the less likely you are to be a good... READ COMMENT