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Skin naturally sheds billions of skin cells every day, in fact, it’s said that 90% of household dust is made up of dead skin cells. As we age, this natural shedding process slows down or stops due to many factors, such as; sun damage, dry skin, oily skin, genetics, or skin disorders. The results of this is dull, dry or flaky skin, clogged pores, blemishes, and uneven skin tone. Exfoliation is a key step to help the skin to balance itself and get rid of dead skin cell build up to help you to achieve a gorgeous, glowing complexion. But which is the best exfoliator for your skin type? We explore AHA vs BHA exfoliators to help you achieve radiant skin.
What Does Exfoliation Do?
Exfoliation helps your skin look younger, promote blood flow, collagen production, and improve overall skin health. With so many exfoliating products out there, how do we know what to use and what is appropriate for our skin type and need? To better understand what to use, we must first understand how they work and what skin types and conditions will benefit from each category.
What Is The Difference Between AHA and BHA?
As an esthetician, I’m always asked what is the difference between AHA and BHA?