TOP 5 Chemicals that are good for your skin, and how they benefit it

 TOP 5 Chemicals that are good for your skin, and how they benefit it

Dr Navnit Haror

Skincare is one of the most important routines in a person’s life, yet it often gets pushed into the back lanes. We all tend not to take out time for ourselves when we’re busy with our mundane daily obligations and responsibilities.
Have you ever felt your skin crawl with a feeling of dread? It’s because those little hairs on our body are telling us something, there is always time to make amends!
Skincare should be one of life’s most important routines but often times gets neglected like many other aspects that could use improvement such as eating healthy foods or getting enough sleep every night!
The natural beauty world is a welcoming place, where people come to find the most suitable products for their skin. It’s not all about going without chemicals! There are many acids that can be beneficial in your skincare routine and they should absolutely be a part of everyday life – regardless if you prefer using only naturals or have been doing so up until now.
Wondering what we are talking about? Here are 5 chemicals and why they are good for your skin:

Glycolic acid
Glycolic acid is a type of alpha-hydroxy that helps with wrinkles and improves skin tone. It’s often recommended by dermatologists to people who’ve never used an acid before because it’s gentle, but also has proven anti-aging properties. Comparing glycolic acid against other strong chemical exfoliators like lactic or salicylic acid can give you some idea on how much easier this one will be for your first time out there in the world – don’t worry though! You’ll still get great results even if you’re just starting your journey into beauty products.

Salicylic acid
Salicylic acid is a common ingredient found in many skin care products to reduce acne and prevent pores from clogging. Concentrations range between 0.5% – 2%, with higher concentrations being used for treating certain diseases such as melasma or age spots on the face that are caused by sun damage.

Mandelic acid
Mandelic acid is a skin fortifying ingredient. It helps to prevent acne and evening out pigmentation by exfoliating the surface of our epidermis, which in turn produces new cells that can fight off sun damage as well!

Azelaic acid
Azelaic acid is a great ingredient for treating acne. It keeps pores clear, kills bacteria and reduces inflammation which helps the skin heal faster! Though there are few side effects if you have sensitive skin make sure to do small patch tests before applying it all over your face.

Lactic acid
Lactic acid can be both a moisturizing and exfoliating agent. It’s an uncommon but highly effective ingredient in skin care products because it has so many benefits for your complexion!

Take away
All of this information is important to know, but the most important thing you should do for your face (and skin) is be kind and gentle. That doesn’t mean that it has to be expensive or complicated. It just means using products with natural ingredients whenever possible and remembering to always do a small patch test before you use any products, especially if they are new in the market. You might also want to consult an allergist or dermatologist for advice on what could be causing your discomfort and how to treat it because not all allergies have been identified yet!

Dr Navnit Haror is Founder and Director of Derma Miracle Clinic  


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