skin alphabet | 10% lactic | acid in lecithin

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a new generation of skincare acids

Get all the benefits from acids, phospholipids (lecithin extract) and probiotics in one product. 

product contains lactic (aha acid) with exfoliation but also hydration and antioxidant benefits. It helps to add micronutrients to the skin and reduce the signs of skin ageing. 

  • 10% lactic aha acid
  • formulated with plant phospholipids from non-gmo soy
  • cleanZero formula (free of microplastic, polymers, additives and allergens)
  • ph value is 3-4

suggested usage:

Acids in skincare need to be used with caution:

For beginners: the ph value is 3-4. Apply only for 10 minutes and not more than 2x a week (every 3-4 days). Patchtest before if necessary.

For advanced users: u can increase the refquency of use until u can use it as a leave-on-product and apply every day as part of your skincare routine 


skin type: all skin types
skin concern: skin ageing
formulation: serum 
highlighted ingredient: lactic acid

lactic acid helps to keep the skin moisturized and feeling less dry. When you use lactic acid regularly, it can also improve signs of aging. It stimulates collagen renewal and can firm your skin. Hyperpigmentation (sun spots or age spots) fade and fine lines and wrinkles soften and smooth out (www.verywellhealth.com)

ingredients (inci):

aloe barbadensis leaf juice (organic), propylene glycol (natural), lactic acid), pentylene glycol (natural), phosphatidylcholine (natural), sodium hydroxide

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Inventory Last Updated: Dec 01, 2020