Salicylic acid, acne and your skin – Giulia D’Anna of Dermal Distinction

What is salicylic acid? What are the benefits for acne?

Salicylic acid is a beta-hydroxy acid. This is oil soluble which is perfect for acne, as it helps to dissolve the excess oil produced in the pores or oil glands within the skin, as well as break apart the skin cells on the surface which hold the oil or sebum in.

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What Exfoliation Does For the Skin

Exfoliation is the process of removing the top layer of dead skin cells from the epidermis. While the epidermis is the main area receiving the treatment, exfoliation can penetrate in benefit the dermis layer of skin as well. The skin can be exfoliated via chemicals, granular substances, or the use of an exfoliating tool. There are two types of exfoliation, chemical and physical.

How Makeup Wipes Are Hurting The Environment

Makeup wipes are a method of removing cosmetics from the epidermis. describes makeup wipes as, “single-use cloths soaked with facial cleanser and/or makeup remover to rid skin of the day’s beauty products, not to mention any remnants of dirt or debris”.

According to the FDA, makeup wipes are classified as a cosmetic due to it’s use as a personal cleansing product.