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Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer

What it is:An intensive antiaging resurfacing treatment. What it is formulated to do:This triple-action resurfacer leaves skin looking significantly smoother, younger, radiant, and revitalized. A powerful treatment, it addresses dullness, aging, flaking, and discoloration in three different ways. It peels with alpha hydroxy acid, exfoliates with pumpkin enzyme, and polishes with aluminum oxide crystals.What it is formulated WITHOUT: - Sulfates - Phthalates
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Questions & Answers for Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer

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Is there retinol in this? or any other ingredients unsafe for pregnancy?
I am pregnant, and canot use my retina, or an products with retinols in it. Are there any retinols or other ingredients unsafe for pregnancy?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
anitakharbanda
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
2 answers
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answer 1
Retinyl Palmitate (listed as an ingredient) is a form of Retinol, however, it is weaker and given that it is far down the ingredient list and has no percentage attached--I am guessing it is not really an active ingredient. If you are trying to 100% avoid anything with retinol in it, then this probably isn't for you.
answered 9 months ago
autumnb1
answer 2
No there is no retinol in it.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
suzeve
(South Elgin, Illinois)
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Can I use this product if I use Retinol?
Will it be too harsh on my skin?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
melissamamba
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
2 answers
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answer 1
I have very sensitive skin and I'm having no problems using the peel three times per week, massaging gently, and leaving the peel on for 5 minutes.
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
susi07
(Northeast US)
answer 2
I do not use retinol...so I am not sure if it will be too harsh. I was warned by the saleslady that it could burn the longer it is left on..I didnt have that problem either. Thats all I can tell you.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
suzeve
(South Elgin, Illinois)
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How does this compare to the EXFOLIKATE?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
jaydenxander
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
2 answers
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answer 1
I prefer the PTR version. I think it works better than Exfolikate, you need less product to get the job done, and it is cheaper. They smell similar- pumpkin pie-like. I like the gel-with-crystals texture of the PTR peel as well. The Exfolikate is thicker and you need more of it to cover your face. Overall, I'd get the PTR variety over the Kate Sommerville.
answered 2 years ago
ecurtis
(NJ)
answer 2
I've used both products and I can tell you that I find the Peter Thomas Roth product much better. Not only that but for what you pay for this size of a product, the value is good, too. You don't use a whole lot each time, and I just do not see the same results with Kate's product. I also find, with my somewhat sensitive skin, that I don't have burning or redness with this one as I did with Kate's.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
lexyee
(Lake Villa, IL)
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How well does this help minimize acne scars?
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
Anonymous
(Corpus Christi, TX)
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
1 answer
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answer 1
I don't think this product will do much for acne scarring. It is very, very mild. I love the aroma and use it daily as a deep cleanser, but unless the acne scarring is very superficial and mild, I think this product will not show you much benefit.
answered 11 months ago
mdinfl
(Fort Lauderdale, FL)
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Will this PTR help remove Blackheads??
I am currently using all PTR skincare products, but having a difficult time finding a mask/ exfoliator that will remove blackheads. I have oily, acne prone skin, and have seen a world of difference since I have been using them. I would prefer to stay within the PTR line, but wasn't sure if this was the product that I would need for extraction. I will probably eventually purchase this anyway, simply for the AHA and aluminum oxide crystals....but I need to work on removal of blackheads first.
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
canseethruu
(Lafayette, IN)
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
1 answer
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answer 1
i would highly reccommend the dr brandt "pore no more" line. They are amazing for blackheads
answered 2 years ago
shaihops
(NYC)
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How does this compare to Kate Somerville ExfoliKate?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
the702diva
(Honolulu, HI)
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
1 answer
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answer 1
I find this product much milder than Kate Somerville's. I prefer the PTR though as the aroma is amazing, and the result is about the same. For me the PTR is gentle enough to use daily!
answered 11 months ago
mdinfl
(Fort Lauderdale, FL)
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Does this product replace the Peter Thomas Roth pumpkin enzyme mask?
gentle exfoliant for sensitive, dry skin
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Ellicott CIty, MD)
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
1 answer
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answer 1
Yes,this product does replace the pumpkin one and I highly recommend it.it is a fantastic exfoliater!
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
ilovemyfreckles
(Virginia)
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Can I use this product on my shoulders / back?
I have very mild scarring on my shoulders and upper back and was considering using this in those areas. Would it be okay to use it this way?
asked 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Anonymous
(San Francisco, CA)
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
1 answer
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answer 1
Absolutely use it anywhere on the face and body. This is my favorite exfoliates;the beads are so fine and polish the skin so smoothly. Good luck!
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
ilovemyfreckles
(Virginia)
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Anyone try PTR resurfacer vs. Dr. Brandt microdermabrasion?
I use all PTR products for my skincare except for weekly exfoliation; for that, I use Dr. Brandt's microdermabrasion. I'm not trying to discredit Dr. Brandt's product, but I'm wondering if PTR's resurfacer is better for fading melasma and providing intense exfoliation. PTR's resurfacer is less expensive, but if the results aren't as favorable as Dr. Brandt's micro, then I'll stick with that. Melasma is my bigger problem, but the Dr. Brandt's exfoliates so well, I keep repurchasing. Incidentally, I tried the old PTR pumpkin enzyme mask a few years ago, and I didn't think it did a great job at exfoliating. I hope this new PTR resurfacer with pumpkin isn't like that. If anyone has tried both products and can offer a comparison, then I'd appreciate it. Thanks for your time.
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
(Northeast US)
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
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Can it be applied with Clarisonic Opal or Bliss Pore-Fector?
Can it be applied with Clarisonic Opal or Bliss Pore-Fector gadget?
asked 1 month, 4 weeks ago
caligal08
(San Diego, CA)
on Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer
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