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Glycolic Acid

Glycolic acid is derived from sugar cane and provides what is believed to be the most effective AHA of all. Glycolic acid works in a number of ways, primarily through its natural exfoliation properties. Once applied, glycolic acid penetrates the upper layer of the skin, weakening the anchors that hold dead skin cells together. This allows the layer of dead skin cells to slough off, revealing the smoother and more evenly pigmented underlying skin. In addition to removing dead skin cells, glycolic acid helps to bind water to the skin to increase skin hydration leading to a healthy glow.


Since the skin tissue is mostly made of protein, glycolic acid is effective at eliminating patches of dry or discolored tissue from the skin. In addition to its natural exfoliative properties, glycolic acid attracts moisture from the environment. When used in skin care products, glycolic acid can transfer water molecules from the air into the skin tissue to replenish lost moisture, making it an effective ingredient in moisturizers when used at low strengths. Studies show that the actions of glycolic acid also assist with boosting collagen production. Collagen is a vital structural protein, which helps the skin tissue remain firm and resist wrinkling. At low strengths, glycolic acid can be used as an ingredient in anti-aging skin care products that are meant to slow down the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. As a treatment for skin care disorders, glycolic acid is still sometimes recommended for patients suffering from psoriasis. It is also used to treat the hormone-related discoloration of the face known as melasma. Glycolic acid is also prescribed for eliminating skin lesions like those seen with actinic keratosis and seborrheic keratosis.


Glycolic acid in the Pimple Eraser Acne & Anti Aging is Unique and Amazing providing results far beyond the expectations of Cleopatra or the modern beauties of today.


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