There are two types of acids: AHAs (alpha hydroxy acids), such as glycolic acid, which target the top layer of skin, and BHAs (beta hydroxy acids) such as salicylic acid, which, being water soluble, penetrate deep into the skin. the surface of the skin. For this reason, Salicylic Acid is a very good option to eliminate imperfections over time.
Yes, we recommend not using them at the same time, but at different times of the day to avoid possible irritation. Use Salicylic Acid in the morning and Retinol at night. The perfect duo to beat adult acne.
Anti-imperfection ampoules have soothing ingredients like Allantoin, so it can help soothe the skin. We recommend using them together with other products for sensitive skin and do not combine them with any other acid. We always recommend a test on a small area of the face if your skin is particularly reactive or sensitive.
Salicylic Acid is a BHA that penetrates into the deeper layers of the skin, so its use is generally not recommended during pregnancy or lactation. Check with your doctor or dermatologist about alternatives you can use during this precious time.
Our vials always come in an amber glass vial that guarantees the preservation of the formula from UV rays, light and oxidation. Once the ampoule is opened, the recommendation for use is to apply it morning and/or night, keeping it open for a maximum of 48 hours to guarantee its effectiveness.