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What are they needed for? Acids are used to dissolve skin cells and effectively exfoliate the skin, as well as stimulate cell division and regeneration processes.

Acids provide: exfoliation of dead skin cells, evening out skin tone and texture, reducing breakouts. Acidic products can be used at any time of the year, but SPF 30-50 should always be used (regardless of the season!), as acids make the skin more sensitive to light.

BHA acids effectively act on oily, excessively sebum-producing skin, dissolving the contents of pores and cleansing them.

Salicylic acid – Acid for problem skin (acne, constant irritation, comedones/blackheads)

Liposalicilic acid – lipohydroxy acid/LAH LAH is a fat-soluble derivative of salicylic acid. Lipohydroxy acid has all the properties of salicylic acid and additionally exhibits antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-comedogenic effects.

AHA acids/alpha-hydroxy acids Act on the surface of the skin and, in addition to exfoliation, have antioxidant effects, increase collagen and elastin production, reduce pigmentation and post-acne marks.

Glycolic acid – Acid with the lowest molecular weight. Effectively exfoliates the epidermis, improves the condition of acne-prone skin, suitable for aging and discolored skin, brightens and reduces pigmentation and post-acne marks.

Lactic acid – Lactic Acid Lactic acid is the next largest molecule after glycolic acid. It is part of the NMF (Natural Moisturizing Factor) and has moisturizing and exfoliating effects. The product is intended for aging and dehydrated skin.

Mandelic acid – Mandelic Acid *acid for problem skin (acne, recurring breakouts, pimples/blackheads) The molecule of mandelic acid, unlike other AHA acids, is more lipophilic (likes fat), so it is excellent for oily and combination skin, as it can penetrate into the sebaceous gland ducts