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  • Where Does Alpha Hydroxy Acid Come From?
    This versatile ingredient is found primarily in sugar cane and citrus fruits like lemon, grapefruit, orange, and pineapple.
  • What are the Skin Benefits of Alpha Hydroxy Acid?
    Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) have been proven to have many positive effects on human skin, including: Promoting the shedding of dried skin cells Reducing signs of aging (wrinkles and fine lines) Reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation Healing skin damage caused by excessive sun exposure Restoring the skin's natural moisture and plumpness
  • Where Does Beta Hydroxy Acid Come From?
    There are several natural sources of beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), like berries, wintergreen leaves, sweet birch, and willow bark.
  • What are the Skin Benefits of Beta Hydroxy Acid?
    Beta hydroxy acids are used to achieve a wide range of positive skin results, including: Removing ingrown hairs, dirt, and aluminum plugs deep within the skin mantle without damaging the skin's natural oil production process Alleviating the signs and symptoms of psoriasis Reducing redness and inflammation Balancing uneven skin tones Penetrating deep into the pores to remove trapped bacteria, dead skin, and oils By selecting these unprocessed, organic ingredients we are ensuring our products are 100% skin safe while refusing to disturb the body’s biological need to perspire. But even more importantly, we’re making it possible to naturally neutralize body odor. This is how we produce the best deodorant alternative for health-conscious consumers.


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