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Glycolic Acid Skin CareAuthor: Mary Gillespie

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The difference between the three top skin rejuvenators for aging, acne, and skin conditions are ...

Skin911 glycolic acid has 6 functions.

  • Which glycolic salicylic strength is right for me?
  • Stimulates collagen for strength and firmness, plus elastin to retain skin's original shape in the second major layer of your skin called the dermis.
  • Stimulates glycosaminoglycans (gli″kōs-ah-me″no-gli´kan) (GAGS), moisture binding ground substances for volume and hydration in the dermis. 
  • Endial - attaches to damaging free radicals and renders them harmless, caused by such as, sun exposure or stress.  Anti-oxidant and free radical scavenger.
  • Cleans your pores.
  • Evens darker surface skin tone.
  • Exfoliates and improves your skin texture - feels soft and smooth.
  • Common uses, acne-pimples, dandruff, dry flakey skin, exfoliator, ingrown hairs, pilaris keratosis, small scar reduction, and wrinkles including sun-damage and aging skin, to name a few.

Tretinoin such as, Retin-A®,  Renova® and Tazorac® retinoid has 5 functions.

  • Stimulates collagen for strength and firmness, plus elastin to retain skin's original shape in the second major layer of your skin called the dermis.
  • Cleans your pores.
  • Evens skin tone, reduces dark areas.
  • Improves skin texture.
  • Cell regulator benefiting acne, basal and squamous cell carcinoma.
  • Common uses, acne-pimples and wrinkles including sun-damage and aging skin.

Topical vitamin C, L-ascorbic acid has 5 functions.

  • Two major functions are stimulating collagen for skin's firmness and elastin for the ability to retain its original shape.
  • Anti-inflammatory response prevents or reduces redness and inflammation even after sun exposure or break-outs, also an anti-oxidant and free radical scavenger.
  • Maintains cellular integrity.
  • Vitamin C kills bacteria, is a natural wound healer, and cuts inflammation - great for acne pimples.
  • Topical application delivers 20 times more vitamin C than oral intake and is still active in your skin up to 3 days (72 hours) after application.
  • Common uses, wrinkles including sun-damage and aging skin, as an anti-oxidant, and reducing redness i.e. acne and sunburn.

Starting consecutive applications of tretinoin, like Retin-A®, Renova® or Tazorac® retinoid can initially produce high side effects of redness, irritation, dryness, flaking and sun sensitivity. Only two possible side effects, dryness and sensitivity take longer to show up with Skin911 glycolic products usually in the first weeks giving you a chance to cut back your applications until your skin adjusts. Clearly the work horses are Skin911 glycolic acid and tretinoin-retinoid with Skin911 glycolic pulling ahead for common use due to a better tolerance rate and non-prescription status unless used for skin cancers. The two together create a synergistic network giving a better result than when used separately. We recommend the use of all three, Skin911 glycolic liquid, gels and creams, tretinoin-retinoid, and topical vitamin C for clients' forty or older - daily applications require finesse for tolerance.


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