Glycolic Acid

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Glycolic Acid

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What is glycolic acid?

Glycolic acid is one of several types of alpha-hydroxy acids. This acid can be derived from sugar cane, grapes and sugar beets as well as made in a lab, and it was first used in skincare in the 1970s. Since then, glycolic acid has become one of the most popular skincare ingredients thanks to its exfoliating benefits. Glycolic acid can be beneficial for those with acne because it helps prevent the buildup of cells that can lead to clogged pores and breakouts.

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