The magic power of AHA & BHA exfoliants

Discover the benefits of AHA & BHA exfoliants in your skincare routine.
WESTMINSTER, U.K. - Oct. 26, 2020 - PRLog -- Why does our skin need to be exfoliated?

The surface of our skin exfoliates every day dead skin cells, but as a result of age and unprotected sun exposure – this natural process slows and may stop altogether.
Our skin starts to lose firmness,  look dull and dry. The other visible changes are uneven skin tone, clogged pores, spots and wrinkles.

If you want glowing, healthy skin, exfoliating should be the part of your daily skincare routine. By exfoliating our skin, we reveal the soft and hydrated skin hiding underneath.  Choose the best chemical exfoliant to notice the difference to your skin's appearance.

There are AHA and BHA, and while neither acid is better than the other, they target different needs and skin types.  Both AHAs and BHAs are chemical exfoliants work to remove dead skin cells by breaking down the bonds, that holds the dead skin in place. These acids are helpful in improving skin tone and texture and in reducing the appearance of fine wrinkles and wrinkles.

To work effectively, both acids must be formulated within a narrow pH range. All of the exfoliants at Esse&Co Beauty are formulated to be as effective, and as gentle, as possible.


AHA stands for alpha-hydroxy acid—a type of acid that is derived from sugarcane, milk or fruit.

As chemical exfoliators, AHAs work by peeling away the dead skin cells on the skin surface, revealing the fresh new skin cells underneath.  AHAs have also been proven to be effective in reducing the visible signs of sun damage, including dry skin and wrinkles.


BHAs (beta-hydroxy acid) are chemical exfoliators that soften and dissolve keratin, a protein that forms part of the skin structure. This helps to loosen dead skin cells, so they're easily sloughed off. BHAs are organic carboxylic acids that work on skin's surface and deep inside the pore. Because these acids tend to go a little deeper into the skin than AHAs, BHA acids help your products absorb better.

BHAs help to regulate keratinization (cell turnover and shedding). Acne is associated with hyperkeratinization—meaning the body is shedding skin cells too fast. BHAs slow down this process, so the cells function longer before they flake off (meaning they're less likely to clog pores).

BHAs are gentle enough for sensitive skin types, including those prone to redness or rosacea.

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