How to Make Your Exfoliating Acid Serum Multitask

For 20 years, there has been much research and medical data that give acids validation for treating many skin issues. From reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles to hydrating the skin and treating acne, acids are absolutely the key to a more youthful appearance. So that’s why I created three Glycolic Acid formulas, 10%, 17% and 20% so that all skin types (even sensitive) can benefit from it.

But did you know that your Glycolic Serum can be used on other areas of the body than just the face and give amazing results?

Dry cuticles: Applying a moisturizer can help, but oftentimes an exfoliating acid can give you dry skin instead of hydrating it. Applying a tiny dab of glycolic serum, moisturizing for 24 hours, and you will be left with smoother skin, rather than rough cuticles.

Dry hands: Exfoliation can really dissolve dry skin. So apply 1 to 2 drops in each hand, allowing the moisture to get your hands looking and feeling smoother.

Sun-damaged chest: Of course protecting the chest (the décolleté) with sunscreen is important, but it is also good to try to repair past sun damage with glycolic moisturizer a few times a week. This will help to fade brown spots…

Rough, bumpy skin on the backs of the arms: This is a condition called Keratosis Polaris, where dead skin cells block up the hair follicles. A few drops applied to these areas can really help flatten the bumps and give a smoother appearance.

Exfoliating with glycolic acids can really work wonders for many skin problems so don’t limit yourself to just the face!

Read skin tips for using exfoliating acids safely and correctly.

Read: Is the Clarisonic Brush Harmful or Helpful to Your Skin?

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