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Applied topically, alpha lipoic acid improves skin smoothness and tone through antioxidant protection, repair and re-generation. Thanks to dual solubility, it outperforms most other single antioxidants by neutralizing both water-soluble and lipid-soluble free radicals. Saturating the skin with anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and brightening capabilities, it is an effective choice for most skin types.
Daily exposure to shockingly poor skincare advice via social media is a hyper-connected, occupational hazard for me. The most troubling is bad facial cleansing advice, from cider vinegar and baking soda to toothpaste. No exaggeration in the least , better and healthier skin begins with clean skin.
Mounting scientific research is making it hard to deny the detrimental effects of pollution on the skin, as harmful as tobacco or solar radiation. Pollution can disrupt collagen production, impair skin barrier function, and amplify free radical damage. Thankfully, mitigating the risks to your skin is possible without having to live in a bubble.