By  on February 13, 2009

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Microquatic Lactic Renewal Facial Peel

This anti-aging serum claims to improve skin’s elasticity and tone with lactic and malic acid, marine elastin and algae extract. Extracts of orchid, water lily and sea silk repair, hydrate and protect from environmental stresses. ($62; Barneys, Harvey Nichols)

Exfoliate Body

Kate Somerville promises powerful exfoliation with this body care version of her facial exfoliator. Papaya enzymes and glycolic and lactic acids purify the skin, while caffeine and bergamot oil are said to add antioxidant and antiseptic benefits. ($95; Henri Bendel, select Neiman Marcus stores, Nordstrom,

Skins Genesis Active Cellular Skin Care Pore Minimizing Skin Re-Smoother

At play in this smoothing treatment are derivatives of salicylic acid and beta hydroxy acid for skin renewal, zinc and silica for pore minimization and a sugar molecule from the beech wood plant to improve skin structure and help organize skin cells. ($19.99; mass retailers)

Bio-Maple Lactic-8

Lactic acid, derived from sour milk, helps this peel hydrate and exfoliate even sensitive skin. The formulation, housed in packaging with a rollerball applicator, also has salicylic acid, zinc and vitamin B5 to refine skin and shrink pores. ($38; Bliss Spas, Saks Fifth Avenue)

Oil-Free Acne Stress Control Power-cream Body Wash

Acne-fighting salicylic acid works with skincalming green tea and cucumber extract to clear breakouts on the back, chest and shoulders. ($6.99; mass retailers)

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