Fruitacids belong to the alpha hydroxyacids, which are also called AHA. There’re a lot of different fruitacids. For examples glycolic acid, citric acid, lactic acid and tartaric acid.
There’re different types of fruitacid as I already mentioned before. One of those (my personal favorite) is glycolic acid. Originally they derive from nature. Glycolic acid from grapes and sugar cane. Lacitic acid comes from milk and is also called LHA. And yes, it’s suitable for vegans too. Because lactic acid is no longer extracted from milk but made available as a molecule with the knowledge or from the knowledge of nature.
There’re no good or bad fruitacids. But there are different fruitacids. In my opinion are the best fruitacids glycolic acid AHA and lactic acid LHA. Cleopatra did already know about the effects of fruitacids. That’s the reason why she always took a bath in fermented donkey milk to get softer and more beautiful glowing skin.Zu den Produkten
Glycolicacid belongs to the alpha hydroxyacids also known as AHA fruitacids. They are available in different concentrations. However, the concentrations of glycolic acid do not necessarily have anything to do with strength. Of course, they might correlate, but not only. It is also depending on the pH value of the cream or serum or fruitacid peeling. What does that mean? The skin can react very strongly with a 10% fruitacid, and nothing could happen with a 70% fruitacid. So - as always in science - several things are important. I hate generalizations.
Fruitacids AHA take the dead broken cells on the surface away. This is why the skin can become dry for a short time. But this isn’t dryness, those are the dead cells that are simply separated away. This stimulates the production from below and makes the skin smoother, more even with less large pores.
No, because the skin keeps producing new cells from bottom to top, until we die. If the dead cells are taken away, this happens even faster. I call this «sport» or « exersice» for your skin.
Yes, absolutely, because fruit acid - AHA - removes the dead cells on your skin surface. It also makes your skin not just smoother and fresher, but also makes your skin fine pored. But you have to use a sunscreen as through fruitacids you get more and more a baby skin and baby skin is sensitive.
Yes, especially when you suffer from pimples AHA are great. Fruitacids have a positive effect on aging and against acne. Because they remove dead cells on the surface.Zu den Produkten