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ALPHA HYDROXY ACID PROFESSIONAL USE LIMITATION FOR PRODUCTS WITH OVER 10% AHAs

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ALPHA HYDROXY ACID PROFESSIONAL USE LIMITATION FOR PRODUCTS WITH OVER 10% AHAs and an alpha hydroxy acid pH level under 3 is recommended by Peter Pugliese, MD, chairman of cosmetic research firm Milmark Research. According to Pugliese, products that contain alpha hydroxy acids with pH below 3 in concentrations over 10% should be applied only by physicians, nurses and specially trained estheticians.
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