What is Rejusure® Glycolic Acid Cleansing Pad?
Rejusure® Glycolic Acid Cleansing Pads purify clogged pores and clean dead skin cells. It is suitable for oily skin, unclogging pores, and hindering acne breakouts. Also perfect for aging skin, It promotes cell exfoliation and regeneration.
Cleansing is the first step in an efficient skincare routine. It removes skin barriers like dirt and sebum to facilitate skin surface exposure. Therefore, it makes it easier for moisturizers and toners to diffuse and absorb more efficiently.
By removing dead skin cells and debris, cleansing allows the skin to function optimally, unhindered by suffocating dirt. Rejusure’s cleansing pads imply the exfoliating agent glycolic acid. It cleanses, hydrates, and rejuvenates the skin.
Exfoliation helps clogged pores expel their contents. It reduces blackheads and whiteheads, which are pre-acne lesions. By transforming the skin to a less oily texture, It blocks acne spot development. All Rejusure s products are paraben and alcohol-free, customer-friendly and cruelty-free.
What are Glycolic Acid skincare benefits?
Glycolic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid used to treat acne, hyperpigmentation, and aging signs. Other alpha-hydroxy acids include lactic acid, malic acid, tartaric acid, and citric acid.
The alpha-hydroxy acids are keratolytic and peeling agents with extensive dermatological use. They are naturally present in many foods, such as sugarcane or milk sugar.
Structurally, alpha hydroxy acids are minimally acid and are safe to peel on all skin types. They act on the corneum stratum, loosening the cohesion of corneocytes. They facilitate stratum desquammation.
These keratolytic properties treat acne, melasma, hyperpigmentation, seborrhea, and roughness. In addition to the exfoliating properties, glycolic acid demonstrates anti-aging and humectant properties. It reduces the appearance of fine lines by increasing skin thickness.
A study on the efficacy of glycolic acid for treating wrinkles revealed that glycolic acid both reduced the depth and length of fine lines after a 6-week daily application. By enhancing exfoliation, glycolic acid promotes skin cell renewal and dead cell replacement. The rejuvenated skin has increased synthesis capacity, producing more collagen and glycosaminoglycans. Additionally, it retains more water and moisture. The direct result of increased extracellular materials production is thicker skin.
The overabundance of collagen and glycosaminoglycans fills skin creases and flattens fine lines.
How to use Glycolic Acid?
Safety and precautions:
Glycolic acid is suitable for normal and particularly oily skin. The potent peeling properties have side effects that need some time to get used. Upon application, it causes stinginess, burning, and redness that is normal until your skin familiarizes itself with glycolic acid.
Use sunscreen as it renders the skin sensitive to UV light. If you have over-dry or sensitive skin, you can use the gentle alternative, lactic acid.