Paula's Choice RESIST Weekly Resurfacing Treatment

Skincare is something I love trying out, everyone wants perfect skin right?

I myself have a few skincare concerns that I would like to banish, congestion on the one side of my chin is a nightmare along with red marks left over from pesky spots. Whilst researching the internet for my concerns and two things that always pop up are Alpha Hydroxy Acid & Beta Hydroxy Acid


What's The Difference Between AHA and BHA Exfoliants?
When properly formulated, both AHAs and BHA are brilliant options for exfoliating the surface of skin. Both AHA and BHA work to reduce wrinkles, stimulate collagen, and firm skin but each has its special qualities you'll want to consider when deciding which one to use:

  • AHAs are preferred for sun-damaged and dry skin because they exfoliate on the surface of skin and have the added benefit of also improving moisture content.
  • BHA is preferred for oily, acne-prone skin and for treating blackheads and white bumpsbecause BHA can get through the oil that's clogging your pores, normalizing the lining of the misshapen pore that contributes to acne.
  • BHA has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action. Those are two more reasons to use a BHA exfoliant if you have acne or sensitive, reddened skin.
  • BHA is preferred for those struggling with rosacea. Not everyone with rosacea can tolerate an exfoliant, but it is wise to experiment with a BHA product to see how your rosacea responds. It is quite likely you'll see less redness and a smoother, more even skin with fewer breakouts.
If your skin is sun-damaged and you're also struggling with acne or clogged pores, add a BHA product to your routine. If you'd like to use an AHA and BHA at the same time, that is an option, though not really necessary. Some people find they work well when they're applied at the same time, but if you want to give this a try it is best to apply them separately, one during the day and one in the evening.
There's nothing worse than having an ugly red mark left over from a spot, they are an absolute nightmare to fade but this product is an absolute lifesaver. I've tried home remedies, wasting ££ on products which claim to work and nothing has worked well as this bottle. I try to use this 2x a week before bed, depending how much your skin can tolerate but wouldn't really recommend using it anymore than that. 
Although some people may wince at the 60ml bottle for £31.25 but if it works the price doesn't make a difference and I can totally's worth every penny and will last you ages!
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