The skincare acid craze, explained

What would you do to have perfect skin?

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The pursuit of perfect skin has been deeply rooted in human culture. And while skincare acids have been used for decades, they've surged in popularity in recent years. You see them advertised on products in stores and across the internet. Glycolic acid. Lactic acid. Hyaluronic acid. Salicylic acid. Even though they all have one world in common, they all do different things.

But acids should be used with caution. Not everyone would benefit from using them, especially people with sensitive skin. And using acids too often can be dangerous and lead to the opposite of perfect skin. is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out

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