Glycolic Cream I Cream with Glycolic Acid


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Glycolic Cream I Cream with Glycolic Acid

Glycolic Cream I Cream with Glycolic Acid contains Glycolic Acid, which is an exfoliating agent. Glycolic Cream I Cream with Glycolic Acid is a gentle exfoliant that improves skin tone and texture and reduces wrinkles and acne-all skin types. 

What is Glycolic Cream? 

Glycolic Cream is a highly effective topical exfoliant. It improves discoloration, acne marks, acne scars, and also the appearance of the skin by reducing lines and wrinkles.

How does Glycolic Acid Cream for Face work?

Glycolic Acid Cream works by breaking down the bonds that hold dead skin cells to the surface of your skin. Therefore it allows new, healthy skin cells to come to the surface and gives your skin a more youthful appearance. 

What is Glycolic Acid? Is Glycolic Acid an AHA? 

Glycolic Acid is derived from sugar cane and is part of the Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) family. Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA) is a family of molecules, where Glycolic Acid is the smallest molecule in the family. Therefore, it makes it more effective in penetrating the skin and working better than other AHAs. 

What is Glycolic Acid used for? 

Glycolic Acid is a popular choice for anti-aging solutions, as it can help improve the skin's firmness, fine lines, and age spots. Glycolic Acid can also help to promote collagen production, resulting in firmer, more youthful-looking skin. In addition, it is typically used as an exfoliant, as it can help slough away dead skin cells and reveal the fresh, radiant skin beneath. 

Exfoliator Glycolic Acid

Exfoliator Glycolic Acid is a superior natural sugar cane ingredient in modern innovative skincare. Specifically, it helps to remove dead skin cells, revealing new, healthy skin. In addition, it gently exfoliates greyish, lifeless skin cells that are uneven in color, making your skin look dull and tired. As a result, your skin glow and radiance improve visibly in a short time.

Glycolic Acid good for Acne 

Yes, Glycolic Acid is good for Acne because it helps to unclog pores and remove dead skin cells that can lead to breakouts. The glycolic Acid ingredient also helps reduce acne scars by stimulating and supporting collagen production.

How does Glycolic Acid work for reducing fine lines and wrinkles? 

Glycolic Acid works by breaking down the bonds that hold dead skin cells to the skin's surface. As a result, it allows new, healthy skin cells to come to the surface and gives the skin a more youthful appearance. Glycolic Acid also stimulates collagen production, which helps reduce and plump fine lines and wrinkles.

Glycolic Acid in pregnancy 

Glycolic Acid in Pregnancy is considered safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women when used in small concentrations. 

Glycolic Acid Cream Side Effects 

Glycolic Acid Cream is generally well tolerated with very few side effects. The most common side effect is skin irritation, such as redness or flaking, which is easily controlled by using Glycolic Acid more sparingly and less often. In addition, Glycolic Cream makes your skin more sensitive to the sun, so it is essential to use sunscreen daily.

Benefits of Glycolic Acid on Skin 

 The benefits of Glycolic Acid on the skin are:

  • Reduces lines and wrinkles
  • Evens out skin tone
  • Lightens sunspots, dark, and brown spots,
  • Improves texture
  • Treats Acne
  • It prevents new breakouts,
  • Reduces the appearance of scars
  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Firms the skin

Glycolic Acid versus Salicylic Acid 

Glycolic Acid and Salicylic Acid are both acids commonly used in skin care products. 

  • Glycolic Acid, an alpha hydroxy (AHA) acid, is derived from sugar cane. 
  • Salicylic Acid, a beta hydroxy acid (BHA), is derived from willow bark. Salicylic Acid has many benefits for the skin, including treating Acne, reducing inflammation, and exfoliating the skin. 

Ingredients: Water, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100, Cetyl Alcohol, Glycolic Acid Polymer, Albumin, Olive Oil, D- alpha-Tocopherol, Aloe Vera, Retinol, Almond Oil, Allantoin, L-Alpha Lecithin, Collagen, Jasmine Alcohol, D-beta Fructan, Glucosamine, Aminoguanidine, Essential Oils.

  • Paraben-Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • Sulfate-Free

How to use it? 

Use Glycolic Cream once or twice a day, depending on your skin type and tolerance. 

Directions: If you have never used Glycolic Acid Cream before, use it once a week, gradually increasing to every other day or daily as tolerated. 

Glycolic Cream is a custard-like Cream and is easily applied right after washing on clean, dry towel skin. If your skin is wet, you can feel tingling. Be sure to use sunscreen during the day as Glycolic Acid can make your skin more sensitive to the sun.