• GLYCOLIC ACID TREATS ACNE SCARS

    GLYCOLIC ACID TREATS ACNE SCARS

    If you had acne and it left scars on your skin, you have many options to eliminate the discoloration and bumps on your skin. Studies have proven that glycolic acid has the power to make you bid goodbye to acne scars and hello to more youthful and healthy looking skin. Glycolic acid is a super exfoliant skin care ingredient that erases those unwelcome acne...
  • HOW GLYCOLIC ACID HELPS STRETCH MARKS

    HOW GLYCOLIC ACID HELPS STRETCH MARKS

    The Exfoliation Power of Glycolic Acid Most people don’t understand that glycolic acid is an exfoliating substance by nature. Even though it is considered to be a chemical exfoliation, the exfoliation is done manually. During the process, the skin cells that are on the top layer are eradicated. This allows the bottom layer of the skin to shine through. This layer is usually free...
  • DERMATOLOGIST RECOMMENDED TIPS FOR IN-HOME ECZEMA TREATMENT

    DERMATOLOGIST RECOMMENDED TIPS FOR IN-HOME ECZEMA TREATMENT

    Eczema is a skin condition which varies from person to person in terms of severity and duration. While dermatologists are still uncertain as to all of the causes of eczema, updated research has recently found that eczema stems from inflammation already found in the body - however, what causes that inflammation varies. There are multiple variations of eczema.  Atopic Dermatitis, also known as atopic...
  • GLYCOLIC ACID SIDE EFFECTS

    GLYCOLIC ACID SIDE EFFECTS

    Everyone’s talking about alpha-hydroxy products. There are commercials on television, videos on the web and product with massive advertising budgets. While many people hear these advertising claims, they don’t know what glycolic acid is and if there is any risk when using it. These acid products are often used in chemical peels to help remove the first layer of skin. It has been known...
  • WHAT IS A CHEMICAL PEEL?

    WHAT IS A CHEMICAL PEEL?

    A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure that’s used to make skin look younger, brighter, and smoother.All chemical peels involve the application of a chemical solution (often, a glycolic acid solution) to a patient’s face that causes the existing layer of dry, damaged, or wrinkled skin to peel off.  In the case of glycolic acid solutions, the chemical treatment is able to soak into...
  • IN-HOME AND IN-OFFICE CHEMICAL PEELS

    IN-HOME AND IN-OFFICE CHEMICAL PEELS

    Thinking of getting a chemical peel?  Chemical peels come in a variety of types and strengths, and are used to improve the appearance of the skin on the face, hands, and neck. Before getting an in-office chemical peel, you’ll need to visit a medical professional for a detailed consultation.  You should be aware that chemical peels aren’t suitable for all individuals—they typically don’t work well...
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