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Guest Spike Rules89

what is a good kind? what kind is sold in stores?

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what is a good kind? what kind is sold in stores?

There is plenty of AHA products out there, you just need to try 'em. A good AHA product have a concentration between 5 and 10% and a pH between 3 and 4. Lower concentration of the AHA's and higher PH value reduces the effectivness of the acid.

The catch is that the product rarly tells you the amount of concentration or the pH value so have a look at the contents, a good AHA acid should be placed second or third.

So if you think you found this awesome product that contains an AHA-acid you shouldnt be so happy about it. First, have a look at the content. Is it named at bottom, the concentration is so low that it wont do any good. (Yet all the "skincare makers" out there uses this as a trick to fool the costumers)

Hope you got a little wiser and sorry for my english but im from Sweden.

If you got any other questons, feel free to ask 'em.

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Guest Spike Rules89

what product are you using?

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what product are you using?

Im not familiar with the rules so i dont know if im allowed to mention products other than from the Clear Skin Regimen so as for now i will leave that blank :)

During summer i keep my skin away from AHA/BHA acids so im just using a mild facewash and a oil-free moisturizer together with a mask once a month.

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Neutrogena Healthy Skin Face Lotion.

comes in day version with spf, and night version without spf, and also sensitive skin version with lower percentage of glycolic.

Any of these would work well with the CSR!

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Guest Michael Jackson

I will have to pick that up. Thanks for the help, the both of you :)

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