Posted on September 16, 2021September 16, 2021 by admin — 8 CommentsExfoliation basics: Acids vs. Enzymes Join Christine Byer, licensed esthetician for 21 years, as she offers PRO tips on exfoliation. What should you use and how often? When should you use an acid … source Post navigationPrevious post: Alive CBDNext post: CBD Hemp Oil Market, Dynamics, Market Analysis 8 thoughts on “Exfoliation basics: Acids vs. Enzymes” Rachel Sweets September 16, 2021 Great information thank you doll Reply SleeplessinOC September 16, 2021 Dang my discoloration and hyperpigmentation are incredibly stubborn . It responds to nothing I’ve been using long term now . Reply Chantal Loyer September 16, 2021 Hi Christine 🙂What do you think of the home dermaplaning tools? I have sensitive, dry skin with rosacea. I find acids can make it more red. Any tips? 😊 Reply parwin mushtael September 16, 2021 Thank you so much Reply James Longmore September 16, 2021 Your right about gycolic acid one to two times a week for me anymore and I'm inflamed and dry as I use the dermalogica powder one a bit its ok or pacifica emzines powder there great for makeing your retinols vitamin c and active work better. Reply Carmen Salomé September 16, 2021 So use glycolic once per week and the enzyme every other day? Reply Rios Girl98 September 16, 2021 Thank you for your great advice, I use the same techniques as you. I use acids when I feel like I need an extra perk to relieve some dullness.I use enzymatic when I need a little boost when my skin is looking relatively good.I use these all in combination now with Tretinoin as nearing 39 I think I finally need something a little stronger to help my skin.Thank you for all your advice, hugs from Ireland 🤗💚☘ Reply Cici Formosa September 16, 2021 Thanks Christine! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.