What is Rejusure® AHA & BHA Facial Moisturizer?
Rejusure® 0.5% AHA + 0.5% BHA Facial Moisturizer targets multiple skin concerns, from oily and clogged skin pores to aging skin. It clears the skin from imperfections, softens dry areas, and rejuvenates dull appearance.
By Using the exfoliating properties of alpha and beta hydroxy acids, Rejusure s moisturizers peel dead skin cells and debris. It boosts skin regeneration, divulging fresh, glowing, and smooth new skin.
Alpha hydroxy acids act on the superficial skin layers, exfoliating and shedding dead cells. Ridding of old skin cells stimulates the deep stem cells to proliferate. Because of the enhanced skin renewal cycle, new and healthy cells wade their way to the skin surface. Exfoliation with alpha-hydroxy acids reduces fine lines’ appearance. It fills thinned skin creases with a thicker complexion.
Alpha hydroxy acids indirectly promote collagen production. Rejuvenating skin cells promotes the synthetic capacity resulting in more proteins and collagen. Consequently, Increased collagen production reflects skin’s enhanced elasticity and lesser fine lines. By Removing dead cells, AHA flattens and smoothes the skin surface. It fades deep lines and wrinkles appearance.
- Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA): AHAs are water-soluble acids made from sugary fruits. They help peel away the surface of your skin so that new, more evenly pigmented skin cells may generate and take their place.
- Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA): Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) is best for acne-prone skin. It is good at penetrating deep into the pores, loosening dead skin cells, and helping clear clogged pores and blackheads.
- Niacinamide: Niacinamide ensures an even distribution of pigment to tackle age spots and hyperpigmentation for all skin types.
What are hydroxy acids, and how do they work?
Hydroxy acids are peeling agents naturally present in foods and plants, such as sugarcane (glycolic acid), milk sugar (lactic acid), willow bark, and wintergreen leaves (salicylic acid).
Beta hydroxy acids are fat-soluble. The only FDA-approved beta hydroxy acid for topical skin use is glycolic acid. Perfect for purifying oily skin and exfoliating sensitive skin, Glycolic acid is more gentle than alpha hydroxy acids. Because of beta-hydroxy acids’ oily nature, they can cut through the sebum to gain oil glands and follicles. They target clogged pores and exfoliate the sebum gland canal to evacuate the accumulated debris.
Alpha hydroxy acids have a superficial impact. They are water-soluble, contrasting with beta hydroxy acid s more localized activity. Therefore, Alpha-hydroxy acids play nicely with beta hydroxy acids. The combined effect leads to controlled oil levels and enhanced skin regeneration.
In addition to skin exfoliation, different alpha-hydroxy molecules have different properties. Glycolic acid is small and has better absorption. Lactic and mandelic acids are humectants and anti-pigment agents. They regulate melanin secretion and production, correcting hyperpigmentation and brightening dark skin areas.
How to use Rejusure 0.5% AHA + 0.5% BHA Facial Moisturizer?
Apply a pea-sized volume to your fingertips
Coat your face with a moisturizer without scrubbing. Hydroxy acids are chemical exfoliators. They don t need rubbing to work.
Apply only at nighttime and use sunscreen in the daytime. Your skin may become sensitive to UV light
Side effects: irritation, stinging, or redness are common side effects of skin exfoliators. Consult your doctor if you notice persistent irritation, excessive peeling, or inflammation.