Glycolic acid in Winter

Using Glycolic Acid in Winters!

As we all know that Glycolic acid is an exfoliator, but did you know that it is best for sensitive, dry, flaky skin, you don’t need to ditch your favorite exfoliating acid in the wintertime. In fact, it could be the key to smooth, glowing skin during this season.

We follow skin routine as the season changes throughout the year (like exfoliating fall’s to get rid of dead skin cell buildup from excess sebum in the summer, slathering on thick moisturizers in the winter to combat dryness, and so on). Glycolic acid helps to prevent rashes and excess oil or excess dryness to form on the face, resulting in much clean and glowing skin.

In fact, cutting back on chemical exfoliants in the winter and only relying on super-thick balms and creams to keep our dry skin under control can lead to an excess buildup of product and dead skin cells, clogged pores, and congested skin. How can you help your complexion out? By continuing to use mild chemical exfoliants in the market this winter to speed up your skin’s natural cell turnover where comes into play our OLAMOR Pristine 10% Glycolic acid face wash which is a mild exfoliator. The process of exfoliating, and sloughing off dead skin cells that have accumulated on the surface, causing rough texture and a dull complexion. So, yes despite what you may have heard, glycolic acid is not a summer-only addition to your skincare routine.

What is Glycolic acid?

Glycolic acid is a mild exfoliator and falls under the alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) family of chemical exfoliants and is the smallest of the group, which also includes lactic, citric, and malic acids. Glycolic acid dissolves the bonds between skin cells, allows you to slough away the dead skin cells that sit on top, resulting in clearer, more glowing skin. It also has impressive anti-aging and acne-fighting properties, thanks to its ability to speed up skin cell turnover rate.

  • Strongest AHA due to its small molecule size.
  • Exfoliates dead skin cells.
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Fades hyperpigmentation.
  • Brightens and smooths complexion.
  • Fights acne.
  • Hydrates dry skin.
  • Increases penetration of other ingredients.

How should Glycolic acid be used in the winter?

Like any other facewash Glycolic acid facewash is also safe, but caution is key here. A glycolic acid peel can be an amazing and transformative tool for sloughing away any flakiness or excess buildup of dry skin that comes with winter, but it’s important not to overdo it. Using OLAMOR Pristine just once or twice a week is enough to keep your skin in tip-top shape and breathe some life and luminosity into your complexion this winter. Follow up with hydrating moisturizers and serums. As long as it’s used correctly, glycolic acid is one of the most underrated winter skin care tips out there.

Olamor Pristine 10%Glycolic Acid Face Wash

OLAMOR Pristine lightning Face Wash is an exfoliating purifier that peels off a layer of your dead skin and the impurities in such a way to reveal your real shade which has been lost with the tempo of life. It is a deep cleanser that helps you to keep your skin clean and healthy which in turn reduces acne and uneven texture of your skin.

And guess what we highly recommend this facewash as we are running on sale 

What can you expect?

You’ll notice that your skin looks clean, fresh, and feels softer, especially in the forehead and cheek area, an area that’s prone to excess sebum production and clogged pores. After a week, you’ll see that your complexion is visibly brighter even in the winter, and after two weeks, dark spots which can often sneak up on us in the winter, when our skin is generally paler, making them more noticeable will appear faded.

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