Lactic Peel Tutorial

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    Lactic Peel Tutorial

    Here is a nice tutorial on applying a lactic peel that you dilute yourself. Only thing I would change is the water. Be sure you use distilled water and not tap, and to apply a typical LA peel you would want to leave it on 3-7 mins. Very cute girl........now I want to know which member this is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5NvW5jMwPo
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    She made this look way less intimidating then we make it seem on the forum lol, but that sizzle was a bit scary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPRETTY View Post
    She made this look way less intimidating then we make it seem on the forum lol, but that sizzle was a bit scary. Thanks Gym
    Agreed, but like I have always said, any LA peel I apply makes me itch like a mother.........so I am not quite sure why this one looks so easy But I also don't mix my own. I always use from MUAC. The sizzle from the baking soda, don't let that bother you, it's very normal. Baking soda will do that even when used in baking.
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