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Importance and Uses of Beta Hydroxy Acids & Alpha Hydroxyl Acids

Discussion in 'Skin Rejuvenation / Anti-Aging' started by Jennifer23, May 26, 2016.

  1. Jennifer23

    Jennifer23 Well-Known Member

    Functions of BHA'S (Beta Hydroxy Acids) & AHA'S ( Alpha Hydroxyl Acids)
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    What is Salicylic Acid?

    Salicylic Acid can be a Beta Hydroxy Acid, an anti-inflammatory that reduces inflammation within the skin first,
    than it absorbs oil, speaking about debris towards the surface on the skin. Salicylic Acid in cleansers dissolves deep
    inside the pores, exfoliating the dead skin cells to help eliminate sebum, dirt and bacteria. Unlike other skin
    care ingredients, Salicylic Acid adheres towards the skin and get washed away upon rinsing. This
    makes Salicylic Acid more cost-effective and effective than any acne ingredient. This powerful
    ingredient are available in OMIC Blemishless -3 step clarifying acne kit .

    Oily skin and acne prone consumers need to try and use clarifying treatments that have at least a 2%
    Salicylic Acid it to be effective also to provide short and long term results. 1% Salicylic Acid is efficient
    in a cleanser.

    Lactic and Glycolic Acid = Anti-Aging

    Alpha hydroxy acids are exfoliants who have long been familiar with impede or delay aging. The exfoliant
    process decreases the buildup of cells from the lower layers on the stratum corneum, encouraging rapid
    shedding of old skin debris on the surface, thus triggering an increase in cell turnover rate and cell
    renewal.

    Because Lactic Acid and Glycolic Acid are usually used AHA exfoliants, they are usually lumped
    together in terms from the benefits they deliver however, there is usually a clear distinction to get made. Because
    Lactic Acid hails from sour milk and fermented fruit and veggies, it is usually a larger molecule than
    sugar cane-derived Glycolic Acid, thus it does not penetrate as deeply and is also hence a lot less likely
    to cause irritation on the skin. For this reason alone Lactic Acid will be the AHA of option for sensitive and
    rosacea prone skin. However, some great benefits of Lactic Acid are huge and it is other rejuvenating properties
    also allow it to be the clear selection for sensitive skin variations who do not would like to brighten skin with the aggressive
    skin lightening ingredient like Hydroquinone.



    F & W AHA Product Examples.
    1. Fair and White Original AHA production consists of 2 products with Lactic Acid.

    AHA Exfoliating Soap ; uses Intense hydrating and skin softening properties of (AHA) Lactic Acid for
    their antibacterial and astringent benefits on skin problems like acne, oily skin and breakouts.
    Leaves skin soft, smooth and rejuvenated. Lactic Acid is well tolerated by sensitive skin users.

    2. AHA Body Lotion also uses AHA gentle exfoliant Lactic Acid, to soften and hydrate skin or even
    brighten and revitalize the texture of dull uneven complexion, doing it a brighter, young
    appearance.

    3. AHA Lightening cream contains Glycolic Acid. It softens skin since it reduces appearance of liver spots
    with Bearberry Extract, brightening and smoothing with AHA exfoliant, Glycolic Acid.

    Glycolic Acid can be a natural product produced from sugar cane and is also fantastic for exfoliation and
    moisturization on the skin. All skin tones benefit from Glycolic Acid - it would be the most commonly recognized
    chemical peel solution. Using a product with Glycolic Acid can produce dramatic results - shedding dead
    skin cells and replacing all of them with new, softer skin for any more even pores and skin. Glycolic Acid will instantly



    Simply put: 3 kinds of Alpha Hydroxy Acids;

    Lactic Acid- most gentle, not irritating-derives from milk

    Malic Acid -from apples

    Glycolic Acid - most aggressive, originates from sugar




    give your skin radiance, restoring an easy, youthful complexion. You can also try to find Omic Glyco - A, a
    12% Glycolic Acid Cream. This cosmetic skin peel can often be used as a possible anti-aging treatment to refine and
    soften skins texture, tighten pores, reveal healthier luminous skin, minimize fine lines and wrinkles, fade
    brown spots and rejuvenate surface of the skin. Dermatologists and estheticians have already been utilizing Glycolic
    Acid just as one effective and proven tool within the fight against getting older for many years.

    Many consumers do not wish to use lightening products with Hydroquinone therefore, Mitchell Group
    has added BHA'S and AHA'S to Fair and White products as an alternative for non-hydroquinone users.
    After consumers achieve their lightening results with a lot more aggressive ingredients like Hydroquinone,
    AHA's can be accustomed to maintain brightening results afterwards, without harming skin.
     

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