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Salicylic Acid Peels Treat and Prevent Future Acne Breakouts Without Pain or Irritated Skin

MIAMI, Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Many people dealing with recurring acne have avoided salicylic acid peels due to the fear of pain or the belief that chemical peels require a complicated daily regimen. Aveya Beauty (www.aveyabeauty.com) is eager to inform consumers that its Salicylic Acid Peel 20% Gel Serum, when used as directed, is not only safe and pain-free, but also highly effective. Plus, treatment with salicylic acid doesn't demand a huge time investment.

Salicylic acid peels work by dissolving fats and oils on the skin. When left in place for the appropriate time, the acid can penetrate pores and break down the oils and sebum that cause acne flare-ups. Salicylic acid also exfoliates, degreases the skin, reduces inflammation and improves the appearance of pores. To prevent irritation and refresh the skin after the peel, user can apply a gentle moisturizing cream.

During a chemical peel, a sensation of warmth or tingling is normal. Aveya Beauty recommends using a fan brush to apply Salicylic Acid Peel as thinly as possible and using Vaseline to protect the lips and eyebrows. At the end of the treatment, a baking soda solution and cool water removes any lingering warmth or tingling.

"The beauty and cosmetics market is full of generic products that promise the moon. At Aveya Beauty, we set a higher standard, with only the best all-natural ingredients at lab-certified concentrations. That means every bottle of Salicylic Acid Peel is equally safe and effective," explained Aveya Beauty President Darren Miller. "For those with skin prone to irritation, we recommend applying the product sparingly and only leaving it on for a minute or less."

Teenagers and adults with especially stubborn acne stand to benefit the most from Aveya Beauty's Salicylic Acid Peel. In addition to salicylic acid, the other active ingredients work to kill the bacteria responsible for inflamed, red skin, while also preventing lesions and eventual scarring. Acid peels are also an effective treatment for fine lines, wrinkles and other blemishes.

Customer feedback for Aveya Beauty's Salicylic Acid Peel has been encouraging. "[This] is one of the best products that I have used for my skin so far," proclaimed one Amazon reviewer. Another remarked, "My face feels so smooth, bright, and years younger. I definitely recommend this product for anyone looking to improve their skin and feel good."

For a limited time, Aveya's Salicylic Acid Peel 20% Gel Serum is available at a steep discount on the Amazon storefront. More information on this special offer can be found on the sale page: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GEG0FRM.

Aveya Beauty stands by the safety and quality of all its formulas; the company guarantees a full refund to any customer not completely satisfied with any of its premium, all-natural beauty products.

About Aveya Beauty

Aveya Beauty creates high quality, premium products that are designed to maximize beauty, confidence, and belief. The company's unique formulations have been used by salon professionals and customers around the world and is now available as part of the Aveya Beauty Professional collections.

Aveya Beauty has a 100% commitment to ensuring customer satisfaction, backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee.

Contact:

Darren Miller
855-480-1530
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