Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL

Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL
Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL
Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL
Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL
Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL
Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL

Lactic Azelaic Powder Peel 20g SPECIAL


AHAs combined with powerful brighteners (Azelaic & Kojic acids).

Powerful yet safe peel to use on all skin tones to combats all types of hyperpigmentation: sun or age spots, melasma, uneven skin tone or texture, PIH...

Can perform extractions after it. 


  1. Reduce all forms of hyperpigmentation 
  2. Smoother skin

Good to know: Preservative-free, cruelty-free, fragrance-free, petroleum-free, silicone-free, alcohol-free, eco-friendly packaging, salycilic acid-free.

10-15 treatments in each bottle.

  • Single item
  • With 100 medicine cups

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Full ingredients list: Lactic acid, azelaic acid, , citric acid, kojic acid, hyaluronic acid, vitamin B5.

Lactic acid:  Essential part in cellular metabolism, lactic acid is a powerful resurfacing active ingredient with brightening properties. It is an AHA that's often prefered to other acids as it is well tolerated by most skin types and tones.

Azelaic acid: If you have not worked with this acid before, you will be blown away. It kills bacteria that cause acne and rosacea, and helps brighten skin. It is effective at clearing pores and targets any remaining scars from past break outs. Azelaic acid is a dermatologist favorite.

Citric acid: Another AHA that is versatile as it exfoliates and unclogged pores effectively and safely. 

Kojic acid: Proven to inhibit melanin production. Used in combination with other acids and massaged into skin, we promote a deeper penetration so it can reach melanocytes.

Hyaluronic acid:  Powerful humectant. It draws water and helps lock in moisture in skin. With a molecular weight of 847 g/mol, it sits on top of dermal layers to create a “moisture lock”.

Vitamin B5: This vitamin has the ability to boost skin hydration and is researched for its anti-acne properties. 


Peel + microneedling 

By medical aesthetician Kara King @karakingesthetics

Brightening facial

By holistic aesthetician and educator Bria Alston @the_spirit_filled_life


  1. 1.How often? How many times?

    The Peel can be easily included into regular facials. It is however best when performed in a series of 3 o more, every 10 to 14 days. 
  2. 2.How much water should I use?

    Follow the dilution options on this page, protocol charts or professional manual. You can make it even more gentle by adding more water.
  3. 3.Can I use the peel before microneedling or nanoinfusion?

    Yes absolutely. You can resurface and prep skin before microneedling or nanoinfusion
  4. 4.Why is preservative-free better?

    Preservatives are toxic and irritating ingredients to skin and any human organ. Their molecular weight is small enough to be penetrate thde dermal layers. When you are able to formulate products without them, we allow  the active ingredients to work with no interference. This leads to healthier skin and more visible results.
    Read my blog section where you can find resources that give more details on preseravtives, their toxicity and how they unfortunately penetrate skin.
  5. 5.Is the product toxic-free and all-natural?

    Yes of course. 
    Mr. Lulu knows how to work with natural ingredients in their stable and potent forms. 
    Many companies add synthetic and toxic ingredients but Mr. Lulu is against them.
  6. 6.Cost per use $

    On average: $2-3.00 per application