Glycolic Acid which is made with Sugar Cane, and it increases and facilitates the renovation of the corneal skin layer, leaving the surface smooth and refined.
It can selectively remove cell scales that can and must be exfoliated, based on a process that destroys the "cell cement" that binds them together, and prevents the penetration of moisturizing or nourishing products.
It gives way to the treatment products that are to be applied later, so that they reach the deepest skin layers, for instance, in the epidermal areas where the Hyaluronic Acid is found and increasing its capacity to capture the moisturizing component of the products.
Mechanisms of action of Glycolic Acid:
- Gentle, gradual exfoliation.
- Counteracts the aging effects and has a deep moisturizing power.
- Increases the cells of the Spiny Layer, in the case of young skins.
- Induces tissue regeneration. Increases Collagen and Elastin synthesis.
- Increases endogenous hydration, filling in the skin's creases.
- Smooths surface lines, clears skin and leaves it terse, fresh and radiant.