Glycolic Acid 12% Glyco A Cream (AHA)
Glyco-A 12% Cream
- One 30 gram tube of Glyco-A 12% cream with instructional insert
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What is glycolic acid?
Glycolic acid is probably the most common alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) and has the reputation of being one of the safest forms of AHA.
Glycolic acid is an exfoliator. It safely removes the outer layer of dead skin cells on the surface your skin, bring fresh new skin to the surface. This is beneficial for those who are looking for ingredients that help with anti-aging. Glycolic acid can also help lighten discoloration of the skin, such as sun spots or age spots and help those with acne-prone and blackhead-prone skin.
What can glycolic acid cream do?
It can be used to treat melasma. Glycolic acid cream is beneficial in treating and preventing acne. It is a natural treatment that can help reduce inflammation and acne breakouts, by unclogging pores and removing dead skin cells. It may also help to improve the appearance of your acne scars.
Glycolic acid cream is beneficial for reducing lines and wrinkles that result from the aging process. It is beneficial in the treatment of skin wrinkles and blemishes. When applied topically to the skin, it has a strong exfoliating action that promotes the shedding of dead skin cells, which results in younger, healthier skin. This particular strength is also good for the hands as it reduces fine lines.
If you have very sensitive skin, be careful when using products that contain glycolic acid. This product can be harsh to people with very sensitive skin. If you use a glycolic acid cleanser on your skin every day, make sure you also wear a good sunscreen.
This particular cream is strong enough to be effective but can also be irritating due to its strength. Generally, the 12% cream can be worn overnight with minimal irritation, resulting in glowing skin especially with continued use. This is actually a very hydrating cream that reduces general facial dryness. Can be used daily with caution (working up to daily use over time).