What Is The Proper Brush For Glycolic And Other AHA Product Application?
why not the Fan Brush for Glycolic and other AHA procedure applications?
Glycolic and other AHA products should be applied in a quick, controlled, efficient and secure manner. The amount of product applied should be a thin even layer, evenly distributed across the treatment area. This can only be done with the proper tool - the Glycolic / AHA Application Brush.
NOT A FAN BRUSH. Fan brushes are meant to be used as a secondary tool for products which require 'fanning out' after initial product application. This is not required with professional Glycolic and other AHA product applications. With a fan brush you do not have a quick, controlled, efficient and secure application tool. With a fan brush you can not apply product in a thin even layer, which is evenly distributed across the treatment area. With a fan brush you can not get close to delicate areas, such as the eyes. With a fan brush it is literally: hit-and-miss.
If a skin care company advises the use of a fan brush with Glycolic and other AHA product application, it tells you: that that company has no clue what it is doing. This should give you cause to reflect on the quality of the services, products and knowledge of that company.
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