What is Rejusure Glycolic Acid® Facial Mist?
Rejusure Glycolic Acid® Facemist delivers gentle skin exfoliation and refreshing. It tackles all the oily skin concerns, including acne breakouts and acne-related hyperpigmentation. Also perfect for aging skin, Glycolic acid helps in skin cells regeneration, fading fine lines, and preventing wrinkles.
Packed with aloe vera gel and rosewater, Rejusure Glycolic Acid Facial Mist delivers a natural, fresh glow to the skin. The polyphenols derived from plants are potent antioxidants. They protect skin cells from oxidative stress and enhance repair. This combination of plants and natural compounds gives the skin a safe freshening and brightening. It leaves a soft, non-greasy touch.
Glycolic acid is a multitasking molecule in skincare. It targets hyperpigmentation, aging signs, acne breakouts, dry complexion, and inflammatory skin concerns. In addition to its exfoliation properties, it is a potent humectant. Glycolic acid increases skin moisture and softens rough patches. Perfect for exfoliating sensitive skin, Glycolic acid moisturizes and hydrates dry and dull skin.
What is Glycolic Acid?
It is a derivative of the family of alpha-hydroxy acids. Glycolic acid has potent keratolytic and humectant properties, Considered the golden member of the family of alpha-hydroxy acids. Alpha hydroxy acids have multiple indications in dermatological use. They can treat almost all skin concerns, including postinflammatory inflammation, acne, scars, melasma, and aging signs.
Glycolic acid is the most common alpha hydroxy acid in skincare, derived from sugarcane. It has a relatively small molecular weight. Thus, it absorbs with ease into the skin. Glycolic acid produces superficial peels, targeting the epiderm layer. It is capable of epidermolysis with subsequent significant effects but with few complications.
The most significant glycolic acid activity is reducing atrophic acne scars. In high concentrations, Glycolic acid destroys part or all of the epidermis. It targets the stratum granulosum and basal layer. Cellular necrosis stimulates potent regeneration. Hence, It induces the production of a new epidermal structure that is scar-free.
The glycolic acid mechanism is confined to the stratum corneum. It causes epidermolysis, thinning of the superficial skin layer. Additionally, it causes dispersion of basal melanin. Therefore, Glycolic acid creates a uniform pigment distribution, leading to an even skin tone and brightening.
How to use Rejusure Glycolic Acid Facial Mist?
- Spray 2-3 pumps on a clean and dry skin
- Wait for the ingredients to absorb into the skin before applying a moisturizer or other skincare products
- You may feel slight stinging or redness that should subside in a few minutes
- Apply at night time only and use sunscreen during the daytime as glycolic acid may make your skin sensitive to the sun