HYDRATES ⎪ PROTECTS ⎪ EXFOLIATES
Lactic acid is a substance that is produced by red blood cells, but also by muscle cells, skin cells and the kidneys. It is produced when cells lack oxygen, particularly during intense physical activity. It is an organic acid of the AHA (alpha-hydroxy acid) family, naturally found in milk, certain fruits and vegetables (such as tomatoes and guavas) and wine. It plays a role in various biochemical processes in the human body.
Lactic acid is a mild alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) that gently exfoliates the skin. It promotes hydration, evacuation of dead cells and cell renewal. It helps soften and retain moisture in the skin, giving it a radiant glow. It also helps maintain the pH of skin flora.
The lactic acid we use has numerous benefits for the skin. In particular, it stimulates collagen synthesis, moisturizes the skin and gently exfoliates it, without aggressing sensitive skin.
Regulates skin pH
Gently exfoliates skin
Adds moisture and firmness