WHAT is LHA
According to The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, Lipohydroxy Acid (LHA) is a “derivative of salicylic acid with unique properties”. We’ve commonly heard of salicylic acid (SA) in skincare, but LHA may sound new to the game. Though both ingredients have a common root and goal of exfoliation, LHA is a rising star due to its gentler but still just as effective abilities.
In light of the approaching cool temperatures and dry winds, let’s talk about some things that don’t need to change and some things to look out for. Additionally, having a go-to cream or moisturizer for the drier season is also an effective way to reduce confusion and chaos for our skin. In case you forgot, we have quite a collection of creams – so if you haven’t settled on a go-to cream yet, you can start your exploration right here.
Whether you're into skincare fads or not, there's a good chance you've heard about 'X-Step Face Care Routine' from a variety of skincare brands. Yes.. we have one too. Check out our Rovectin-6 Routine if you haven't yet!
However today, rather than the steps - we’re focusing on the difference between Toner, Essence, Ampoule, Serum and Lotion. At some point, they kinda converge into one big thing, so to maximize your skincare products AND time – let’s dive right in!
Skincare routines can get complicated. Not only do you have to choose what products to use, then there's the arduous task of figuring out what order to use them in. It's exhausting! Between the cleansers, the toners, and the creams, your bathroom sink can become an overwhelming situation real fast. Don't even get us started on the oils! When it comes to natural products you can trust to deliver real results, we got you covered from ear to ear (or forehead to chin depending on how you look at it). But here's the tricky part - If you don't use all those precious products...