You asked, we delivered. Get reacquainted with Prism Exfoliating Glow Serum, now with an even higher concentration of AHA’s for more powerful exfoliation. 

Prism Serum now contains 12% Fruit AHA’s, all vegan and naturally derived to exfoliate skin with maximum effectiveness. But unlike similar similar AHA exfoliators, Prism 2.0 is 100% natural and contains absolutely no synthetics. 

The natural AHA blend includes Bilberry-derived Lactic Acid, Sugar-based Glycolic Acid and Apple-derived Malic Acid to exfoliate dull skin and leave skin glowing. These AHA’s — combined with 3% Willow Bark BHA and Vitamin C from Kakadu Plum — all come together to improve skin tone, texture and clarity. 

We also stabilized the color to give you a crystal clear formula. 

And in even better news, we lowered the price of Prism Exfoliating Glow Serum from $62 to $54. 

But not everything about Prism has changed:

The ingredients are still premium quality, vegan and sustainably sourced. 

Every bottle of Prism purchased still contributes directly to supporting the LGBTQIA community year round with $1 from each purchase going to an LGBTQIA charity or organization because at Herbivore we believe that every month is pride month.

SHOP: Prism 12% AHA Exfoliating Glow Serum

8 replies on “Meet the New and Improved, Prism 12% AHA Exfoliating Glow Serum!

  1. I am IN LOVE with this product!!! First time trying out herbivore and I am very pleased. Was just wondering do you use 100% organic ingredients

    1. Thank you so much for this question! We try to use organic ingredients whenever possible, and actively search for organic alternatives to conventional ingredients, but are still 100% natural and source from high quality suppliers.

  2. On the same vein as Krystel’s question – if you use organic products whenever possible, do you use a standard of non gmo always and then organic products whenever possible?

    1. Hi there! Thank you so much for this question. We don’t recommend that anyone who is breastfeeding or pregnant use Prism products. This is due to their concentration of (white willow bark) beta-hydroxy acids.

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