May 1, 2017

First Aid Beauty FAB Skin Lab Resurfacing Liquid 10% AHA Back In Stock

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I posted about the new First Aid Beauty FAB Skin Lab Resurfacing Liquid 10% AHA ($55) a few weeks ago and it disappeared rather quickly from Sephora’s site. I’m happy to report is is now available at again and showing in stock.

I’ve been trying to get on board with chemical exfoliators lately so, I might give thos one a try. Apparently this is formulated with four different alpha-hydroxy acids to smooth skin while brightening your complexion. I’m eager to try it.

Also pictured, the new First Aid Beauty FAB Skin Lab Retinol Serum 0.25% Pure Concentrate that’s marketed for sensitive users and retinol beginners to help smooth and soften line.

Both are available now at


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  • Bonnie

    Safe to assume you’ve tried Paula’s Choice BHA? I had heard about that stuff for years and just ordered some about a month ago. Oh my goodness, that stuff has smoothed my skin like nothing I’ve ever used. I’ve never had good skin and always had “under the skin” bumps. They are almost completely gone already. The only negative is that I can’t really use it in the morning; it makes my skin a goopy, then oily, mess. If I could do twice a day it would be even better. I may have to try the AHA for comparison. I always got good results from the Alpha Hydrox products (in the red box; I think they’ve renamed themselves now).

    • Isabella Muse

      can’t use bha, I have dry skin! I did try the AHA but sadly didn’t quite work out for me.