Add ‘Acids’ To Your Skincare Regime

People Are Switching To Chemicals, And Here’s Why

Add ‘Acids’ To Your Skincare Regime
Acids For Skincare

Quarantine was merely about indulging in homemade remedies. That is why life was not at a similarly fast pace, and being patient for the correct result seemed like a good option. However, it is believed the home remedies move at a sluggish speed to provide the desired result. 

What are these acids: 

If you tell us that chemicals do not work for skin, we will ask you what water is? The H2O is considered the most suitable chemical for skin; why not add more into it. The buzz about the chemical solution by Canadian skincare brand The Ordinary brought the revival of skincare. All the medical terms like retinol and glycolic acid became handy with the most reasonable price tag. 

What to buy? 

Salicylic Acid

Salicylic acid: The 60ml, super affordable salicylic acid is what you really need to fight the breakouts. It’s a gentle acid that helps to dry out the acne and control the sebum production at the right level that is required. A thick layer of sunscreen is mandatory after using it. 

AHA 30% + BHA 2% peeing solution: 

AHA + BHA

Dermatologists are encouraging people to move towards chemical peelings too. This is what you need for a blood facial at home. It will gently exfoliate the dead skin layer that covers the top of your skin and provides a filter-free glow. The skin becomes brighter and smoother after one use. And do not forget your sunscreen! 

The Ordinary Retinol 0.5% in Squalane:

Retinol 0.5% in Squalane

Save thousands of rupees that you expect to spend in the future for aging treatments and add retinal 0.5% in Squalane. It reverses signs of aging. Squalane gives the perfect non-greasy moisture to the skin. You really need to add this to your nighttime skincare routine and use sunscreen religiously with this one.
 

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