Can You Over-Exfoliate Skin with Acids?
Chemical exfoliation produces some of the most dramatic results you can get with at-home skincare treatments. Next to sunscreen, it’s the most difference-making product in your skincare routine.
At-home chemical peels: what you need to know
An at-home chemical peel is a stronger, rinse-off version of a leave-on exfoliant, like those you use to remove built-up layers of dead skin to reveal a smooth, radiant glow.
Everything you need to know about acid exfoliation
Well-formulated exfoliants with AHA or BHA (we will explain what they stand for in a moment) are extremely beneficial to your skin. These products combat signs of ...
Exfoliation for dry skin with an AHA
If you suffer from dry or very dry skin, many exfoliants can be a no-go, leaving skin drier and more irritated than before. However, research has shown that daily exfoliation is vital to remove dead skin cells and ...
Exfoliation for oily skin with a BHA
Research has shown that daily exfoliation is an indispensable step for smooth, clear, hydrated skin, and a leave-on BHA exfoliant is one of the best ways to do this.
How to exfoliate your body
We often think of exfoliation as being just for the face, but the rest of your body can benefit from a good exfoliation too.
The Difference Between AHA and BHA Exfoliants
Our skin naturally exfoliates dead cells every day, but over time – primarily as a result of age and unprotected sun exposure – this shedding process slows and may stop altogether.