glycolic acid

An  acid belonging to the alpha hydroxy group of acids (AHA), mainly found in citric fruits, sour milk, and sugar cane; used to slough or exfoliate dead skin cells on the surface of the skin, to fade the skin, to treat acne, and to smooth facial wrinkles.


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Going Glycolic in Your Natural Nail Services

September 1, 1999

Glycolic hand and foot treatments give nail technicians a beautiful way to engender client loyalty, increase their average service ticket, and enjoy incredible retailing opportunities.

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