Natural AHA Alpha Hydroxy Acid

Natural AHA Alpha Hydroxy Acid

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Thailand is home to a number of natural AHA Alpha Hydroxy Acids. These can be found in skin care products. Such as facial scrubs, lotions, soaps and facial cleansers.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA) are maybe hottest ingredients to hit the facial beauty business. You can found them in a number of upmarket expensive businesses and beauty lines.

But before you go spending hundreds of dollars know that Thai foods and even milk can be overflowing with AHAs. So hey why not just go directly to the source?

The main role of Alpha Hydroxy Acids is to exfoliate dead skin cells. They weaken the protein glue bonds that can hold dead skin together. This reveals new skin which looks brighter to give a younger look.

The skin exfoliation is a paramount part of a good skincare routine. AHA helps to scrape off dead skin and facilitate new cell turnover. Skin is kept clear, pores kept clean, blood flow and collagen is promoted. So the skin looks healthier and younger with a much-desired glow.

Thai Alpha Hydroxy Acids are from natural fruits, milk and plants. Today most of the worldwide cosmetics industry produce synthetically manufactured AHA. Mainly because of the cheaper manufacturing cost.

However, it has been found that synthetic AHAs have a potential to irritate the skin. While natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids are less likely to irritate the skin.

Skin care products from Thailand can be made with all natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids. From the famous Papaya, Tamarind, Turmeric, Mango, Rice Milk, Goat’s Milk, Guava, Banana and so on.

For example, the fruit pulp of the Tamarind is a great source of natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids. It is proven that fruit pulp from tamarind contains a wide range of AHAs. These include tartaric acid, malic acid, lactic acid and citric acid.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids from clogged pores to a recurring acne can handle all skin issues with some ease. Today that is the reason they are found in most skin care products.

AHAs work on the skin surface, and are water soluble. They seem to work better on generally normal to dry sun-damaged skin. They have the ability to enhance natural skin moisturising factors. Plus reducing the visible signs of sun damage.

Skin shedding and the regeneration of cells is a continuous cycle. Unfortunately, when you are aging, this process slows down. The dead skin cells accumulate on the skin. The skin is made dark and dull and produces age spots. The natural AHAs can help skin in the natural process of shedding dead skin cells.

The new layer of skin is brighter and radiant. Hey presto your skin will automatically appear fresher, smoother, hydrated, more elastic and plumper.

Skin surface level concerns like red marks from past acne can be treated.

AHA will boost collagen regeneration by eliminating the old collagen fibers.

AHAs work well on fine lines and wrinklesto reduce their appearance.

Please note, it will be important to use sunscreen after exfoliating. Because the newly exposed skin will be photosensitive. Pay attention to how your skin is reacting. #

 

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