These cosmetic ingredients that you must not mix
Vitamin C and acids
Very effective on brown spots and dull complexion, vitamin C is perfect for restore radiance to the skin. But be careful not to mix it with other powerful active ingredients, such as AHA, glycolic acid or salicylic acid, at the risk of irritating your skin. However, you can apply vitamin C in synergy with vitamin A (also called retinol), it is a perfect anti-aging cocktail.
Exfoliants and anti-stain serums
Whether it is exfoliating lotions or gum scrubs, avoid using them as an overlay of anti-stain care. Indeed, these two types of products both have the objective ofeliminate dead cells of the epidermis. Used at the same time, they could once again irritate your skin, but also make it drier and more sensitive.
Retinol and anti-acne creams
Derived from vitamin A, retinol is ultra efficient for to unify the complexion and reduce the imperfections. Indeed, it acts deeply on the epidermis to release the toxins and thus unclogging clogged pores. However, the principle of anti-acne care (based on salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide) is the same: they eliminate dead cells to prevent the formation of imperfections. Together, these two types of care can dry your skin too much and you cause redness.
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