Balancing Cream for oily and acne skin with AHA 10%
Cream that contains A-Hydracids, which regulate and balance skin oiliness. Helps to cure blackheads, pimples and freckles.
Makes skin look younger and translucent.
Removes dead cells maintaining a smooth skin.
The hydrating factors stimulate and strengthen capillaries, improving the circulation.
Prevents the creation of cysts in asphyxiated skins, responsible for cystic acne.
Avoid the eye area.
According to your skin condition you can use, alone or before your Acne Cream, or even before your moisturizer
(Ask your doctor).
During acne treatment use before the Acne Cream twice daily
Use alone twice daily to prevent cysts in asphyxiated skins
Use before your oil free moisturizer twice daily to balance oiliness
Use in combination with the Whitening Line to eliminate acne marks
After curing acne, use in combination with the Vit. C Serum to reinforce skin’s barrier
In order to cure oiliness use each morning alone and each night before your Night Cream for one month and then use 3 times weekly.
For more specific instructions, please ask your Doctor
Binary acids or Hydracids are certain molecular compounds in which hydrogen is combined with a second nonmetallic element.
Their strengths depend on the solvation of the initial acid, the H-X bond energy, the electron affinity energy of X, and the solvation energy of X.
Observed trends in acidity correlate with bond energies, the weaker the H-X bond, the stronger the acid.
Binary acids are one of two classes of acids, the second being the oxyacids, which consist of a hydrogen, oxygen, and some other element.
The names of binary acids begin with hydro- followed by the name of the other element modified to end with -ic.
Alpha hydroxy acids
AHAs are a group of organic carboxylic compounds.
AHAs most commonly used in applications are typically derived from food products including glycolic acid (from sugar cane), lactic acid (from sour milk), malic acid (from apples), citric acid (from citrus fruits) and tartaric acid (from grape wine).
For any topical compound to be effective, including AHA, it must penetrate into the skin where it can act on living cells.
AHAs with greater bioavailability appear to have deeper dermal effects. Glycolic acid, lactic acid, and citric acid, on topical application to photodamaged skin, have been shown to produce increased amounts of mucopolysaccharides and collagen and increased skin thickness without detectable inflammation, as monitored by skin biopsies.
Compounds of this class are used on the industrial-scale and include: