Lactic acid is the mildest acid that belongs to the family of α-hydroxy acids (AHA), so it is ideal for people who have excessive skin sensitivity, being unable to withstand different acids, such as salicylic , providing multiple benefits such as the elimination of impurities, the reduction of open pores, eliminates dead cells from the face, etc.

Benefits: Like the other AHAs, lactic acid has keratolytic action, facilitates the desquamation of hyperpigmented corneocytes, accelerating cell renewal and helping to depigment skin spots caused by excess sun.

Lactic acid tries to combat the appearance of pimples, wrinkles and the first signs of aging, since it can penetrate the innermost layers of the skin, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, increasing the thickness, softening and adding firmness to the skin. skin.

In addition, lactic acid is also ideal for drier skin, as it has the ability to attract water from the environment. And it improves and increases the lipid barrier of the skin, by increasing the ceramides of the skin. Helping to keep skin hydrated throughout the day

Origin: Lactic acid is produced by our body naturally, especially when we exercise. In addition, it is also obtained from the fermentation of lactose by bacteria, which is why it is in fermented dairy products such as yogurt or kefir.

Precautions: It is recommended not to apply the products that contain this ingredient in the contour of the eyes, lips, or mucous membranes, as well as in areas where there is a skin lesion.

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