Is skin Doctors Gamma Hydroxy?
Q) How does Gamma Hydroxy work? A) Gamma Hydroxy from Skin Doctors features a synergy of glycolic, lactic, and salicylic acids for the ultimate in skin renewal resurfacing.
What is alpha hydroxy acid used for?
Alpha hydroxy acids are most commonly used for skin conditions such as dry skin, aging skin, or acne. Not all cosmetics that contain alpha hydroxy acid have the concentration information on the label. For safety’s sake, it’s best to use products that identify the concentration of active ingredients.
Is Glycolic Acid an AHA?
Glycolic acid is the most common type of AHA. It’s also made from a widely available plant: sugar cane. Glycolic acid provides significant exfoliation. This makes it an all-around treatment for many skin concerns.
Is Lactic Acid an AHA?
Like glycolic and mandelic acids, lactic acid belongs to the alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) family. AHAs are water-soluble organic compounds that, in cosmetic formulations, offer unparalleled benefits for the skin. Lactic acid presents an additional advantage that other AHAs don’t have.
What is Beetox?
Beetox is a premium blend of pure honey, propolis and bee venom. It has the ability to mimic the effect of botox hence the name, beeTOX. This amazing ingredient is used in our Rosa Glow Treatment Essence which explains why it is able to reduce the appearance of scars, reduce fine lines and tightens the skin.
Is hyaluronic acid the same as alpha hydroxy acid?
AHA, or alpha hydroxy acid, is the perfect product for dry skin. Hyaluronic acid is a miracle worker when it comes to the skin’s signs of aging. When applied regularly, the acid works to bring moisture to the skin while simultaneously reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Can I use Vitamin C and lactic acid together?
AHAs and BHAs, such as glycolic, salicylic, and lactic acids should never be used with Vitamin C. Vitamin C is an acid, too, and is unstable, so the pH balance will be thrown off by layering these ingredients together and might as well be useless.