ACID TREAT­MENT

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Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Beauty - Teresa Hryniewiecka

HYALURONIC ACID

This Thi is i ac­tu­ally t ll pro­duced d db by th the h hu­man bd body nat­u­rally. High lev­els can be found in skin, in­side our joints and in our con­nec­tive tis­sue. It helps re­tain healthy col­la­gen and a good level of mois­ture, which is why it’s used in prod­ucts as a hy­drat­ing and plump­ing agent. TRY The Or­di­nary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 $12.90

SALICYLIC ACID

This is a beta hy dr oxyh do acid and be­longs be l onto the same fam­ily of chem­i­cals as as­pirin, mean­ing its an­ti­in­flam­ma­tory. It’s an ef­fec­tive ex­fo­lia­tor and a valu­able treat­ment for oily and acne-prone skin. TRY Paula’s Choice Clear Reg­u­lar Strength Anti-red­ness Ex fo li at ingg So­lu­tion With 2% Sal icyl icy Acid $$35

AL­PHA HYDROXY ACIDS

The AHAS most com­monly com­monl used sed in cos­met­ics in­clude incl de gly­colic, lac­tic and cit­ric acids. They also ex­fo­li­ate the up­per­most lay­ers of skin, even skin tone, help with pig­men­ta­tion and in­crease skin thick­ness. TRY Dr Lewinn’s Rev­er­sa­derm Cor­rec­tive Skin Peel $39.95

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