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Tag: glycolic acid
Get rid of dead skin cells without the harsh scrubbing.
Looking for a way to cleanse and exfoliate in one go? A glycolic acid body soap is exactly what you need. Aside from helping unveil your skin’s radiance, it reduces the appearance of blemishes as well! In fact, you can also easily
It helps with texture, tone, and more.
If you’re after bright, smooth, and glowing skin, then alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) could be the missing piece in your routine. From exfoliating dead skin cells, providing hydration, to pushing your skin to create more collagen, this category of acids addresses any skin concern
Find out the best one to use for your skin type.
Acids have been all abuzz in the skincare world for a while now—and for good reason. Used correctly, these exfoliating powerhouses boast a host of skincare benefits for all skin types. Whether you have dry, dehydrated, oily, or mature skin, there’s an
Real pore minimizing hacks, right this way!
Not to break your heart this early on, but the truth is that we can't actually make our pores smaller. As much of a bummer that is, however, your pursuit for smoother skin isn't entirely hopeless. That's because even if you can't shrink
Mix your actives like a pro!
It has probably been almost a year since your last visit to the dermatologist, so you may or may not have taken it upon yourself to experiment with different products to solve your skin woes. But before you get too excited, here's
Whether you're struggling with dull skin or dark spots, this skincare ingredient has you covered.
As someone who exclusively used face scrubs to exfoliate as a teen, I'm always jealous of people who discovered chemical exfoliants early on in life. I probably would've had clearer skin if I knew how AHAs and BHAs worked back then, or
It treats blackheads, too!
Fun fact: Googling "glycolic acid" yields nine million search results. The active skincare ingredient has become a buzzword, and is found in many skincare products, from toners and serums to face masks. If you've ever wondered what it actually does to the skin,
Welcome to Acids 101.
Chemical exfoliation often intimidates skincare newbies, partly because it involves using "acid" on your face. But FYI, these are good acids—not the kind that'll burn your skin off (unless you use something too strong and not recommended by your derm). In fact,
Brighter than ever.
Aiming for brighter, smoother skin? Then you might want to consider adding some glycolic acid into your beauty routine. This chemical exfoliant is a type of alpha-hydroxy acid or AHA, which exfoliates the top layer of your skin to even out its
How does it really work?
PSA: Glycolic acid is the next ingredient you should look for in skincare products if you want a smooth, glowing complexion. This active ingredient is a type of AHA that exfoliates and renews the skin's surface. As a result, your skin tone