With Glycolic Acid, Mandelic Acid, A.H.A. (Lactic Acid, Citric Acid, Malic Acid), Phytic Acid, Phosphatidylcholine, DMAE and Tea Extract.


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A.H.A. fruit acids

The most well-known are glycolic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, citric acid and malic acid. These components have been seen to provide an effective treatment for exfoliating the surface layers of the skin, i.e. peeling treatments.

Glycolic acid

Glycolic acid, thanks to its keratolytic properties, is used in high concentrations to produce cosmetics with exfoliating, anti-aging, anti-acne and lightening effects. In lower concentrations, it helps to hydrate the skin.

Mandelic acid

The principle has antibiotic and antibacterial properties, so it is effective in the treatment of acne in the inactive phase. In addition, Mandelic Acid has strong depigmentation capacities that make it suitable for treating liver spots.


Applied topically, it integrates perfectly by penetrating optimally and working as a carrier for other active ingredients. It is a molecule capable of emulsifying fats and consequently promoting their elimination and conversion into energy.

Phytic acid

It is a compound that is naturally present in cereals, which acts by binding iron ions that are responsible for the formation of free radicals and for lipid oxidation phenomena, which cause the skin to age. It also boasts remarkable depigmenting properties.

Lipoic acid

Lipoic acid, also known as Thioctic acid, is a very particular vitamin: it is the only vitamin that is soluble in both fats and water. It is these properties that make lipoic acid an excellent anti-aging product: it acts by protecting both cell membranes and the cytoplasm.


Dimethylaminoethanol, defined as DMAE in short. However, in dermatology, DMAE has been shown to be mainly effective as an antioxidant, protecting cell membranes and other structures of the dermis and epidermis from aberrant reactions sustained by oxygen free radicals.

Actions and applications


  • Action: cosmetic product containing a pool of acids (Glycolic, Mandelic, Phytic and Lactic acids) with excellent smoothing and moisturising properties, buffered at pH 2.5-3, without being harsh on the skin; thanks to the substances it contains (Lipoic Acid and DMAE), it helps promote epidermal renewal, leaving the skin looking more even and toned, minimising blemishes and enlarged pores thanks to its active ingredients (Lipoic Acid, Phosphatidylcholine and DMAE), it prevents ageing and leaves the skin looking more radiant and even.
  • How to apply: apply a thin layer of product to the face, neck and décolletage, previously cleansed. Leave on for 10-13 minutes, then remove thoroughly with the specific STOP 88V solution. If you experience excessive tingling or skin redness, discontinue treatment and immediately dab with the specific STOP 88V solution. Warnings: avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. After treatment, avoid sun exposure.
  • When to use: two to four times a month, depending on skin condition and type.