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Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs)


Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) occur naturally in several foods and include Citric acid (from citrus fruits), Malic acid (from apples), Tartaric acid (from grapes), Lactic acid (from milk), Glycolic acid (from sugarcane) and Mandelic acid(from bitter almonds) . When applied to the skin, fruit acids supplement the skin's natural exfoliation process by loosening and sloughing away the outer layer of dead skin cells, revealing the newer, smoother cells underneath. This process rejuvenates the skin by improving circulation and stimulating new cell growth, resulting in a fresher, healthier complexion and reduced pore size.

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