Mandelic Acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid derived from bitter almonds (Prunus amygdalus var. amara). It is used as a gentle exfoliating agent in skincare. Studies have also shown that mandelic acid can improve collagen production and cellular turnover.
Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) is a beautiful, flowering herb that has been used through the centuries as a cleaning agent and medicinal plant. It produces a lather when in contact with water. In certain villages in Romania, Soapwort lather is called săpunele and is used as a soap-alternative for dry skin.
Rose Hip (Rosa canina) Seed Oil is derived from the fruit and seed of the rose plant. It is rich in nourishing fatty acids and vitamins. Studies suggest that rosehip can help with improving signs of aging including fine lines and wrinkles.
So, you’ve just started a new skin care product or routine, and suddenly, your skin seems to be breaking out like crazy. Does that mean the product isn’t working? Is something wrong? No. Not necessarily. It might just be that your skin is going through the purging process.
It’s no secret that exfoliating is a key component for creating smoother, softer and overall more radiant youthful skin. But did you know that the real trick to reaping all the benefits is striking the right frequency for your skin’s unique needs? It’s true.