Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs)

Over-the-counter skin care products containing alpha-hydroxy acids (glycolic, lactic, tartaric, and citric acids) have become increasingly popular in recent years. 

Creams and lotions with alpha-hydroxy acids may help with fine lines and wrinkles, irregular pigmentation and age spots, and may help shrink enlarged pores. 

Side effects of alpha-hydroxy acids include mild irritation and sun sensitivity. To avoid burning, sunscreen should be applied in the morning. To help avoid skin irritation, start with a product with a maximum concentration of 10% to 15% AHA. 

To allow your skin to get used to alpha-hydroxy acids, you should only initially apply the skin care product every other day, gradually working up to daily application.

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Jocelyn guanco
Jocelyn guanco
Tuesday 25th October 2022

I use u're pruduct yesterday and maybe a small amount scattered inside my right side of my eye pls help me it's getting red

Jocelyn guanco
Jocelyn guanco
Tuesday 25th October 2022

I use ur pruduct I received it yesterday and I use it.why my right side eye is getting red may a small amount is accedentally scattered inside my right side scared what shall I do? Pls help me

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