Glycolic acid and lactic acid are both exfoliants that belong to the AHAs family. They both dissolve the glue that holds skin cells together and hydrate skin. But, one also boosts the production of collagen and helps treat sun damage, while the other is so gentle, even sensitive skin can use it. So, which one will work best for your skin type? Click through to find out. via @giorgiabwb
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Almond milk is fantastic because it has tons of vitamin E, but whole milk can be used if you are in a pinch (the lactic acid will help to gently exfoliate)… either way, you will end up with super soft skin!
DIY Natural Lactic Acid Mask: "Lactic acid treatments in a spa can be pretty pricey. I am going to share a super easy and cost effective diy version. Powdered milk is a natural source of lactic acid and when applied to the skin it is very effective in smoothing, toning and tightening the skin. For those of you who have large pores (I do!) this mask is a must! And when paired with apple cider vinegar (another natural alpha hydroxy acid) the results are pretty amazing. "
Take years off your face with some health and beauty secrets from Dr Oz and Dr Elizabeth Tanzi, a dermatologist. Try this DIY Lactic Acid Peel, made of honey and yogurt that will leave your face feeling cool, fragrant, and soft! http://www.recapo.com/dr-oz/dr-oz-beauty/dr-oz-hyaluronic-acid-review-diy-lactic-acid-peel-recipe-brow-lift/
Lactic Acid 5% + HA 2%; no frills packaging, no fancy fragrance, no elaborate marketing ads all contribute to keeping the cost of these formulas down; what you will find in this skincare line are proven ingredients that work.