How do you use Paula’s Choice to exfoliate?

Is Paula’s Choice a good exfoliator?

Exfoliates dead skin cells while clearing pores for a more even tone, plus it visibly reduces fine lines & wrinkles. Paula’s Choice facial exfoliants are gentler on delicate skin of the face & neck than an abrasive face scrub, which can cause micro-tears.

Can I use Paula’s Choice BHA exfoliant everyday?

You can use Paula’s Choice BHA every day— exfoliating once either in the morning or evening (pick whichever is most convenient for you). Many people with stubborn clogged pores, have great results using a Paula’s Choice BHA exfoliant twice per day.

How long does it take for Paula’s Choice BHA to work?

You can see improvement overnight plus increased improvement after 5–14 days. Ongoing use is required to maintain results. Try exfoliants at different concentrations (1%–2% for BHA; 5%–10% for AHA) or, depending on your skin type, in a different texture (gel, liquid or lotion). Adjust frequency of application.

Can I use niacinamide after Paula’s Choice BHA?

Yes, you can use niacinamide and BHA together within the same routine, but for optimal results, layer them as separate steps, rather than mixing the formulas together. … Niacinamide should be used after your BHA exfoliant. From there, you can apply the rest of your products in order of thinnest to thickest texture.

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What can you not mix with Paula’s Choice BHA?

Don’t Mix: AHA/BHA acids with retinol. “I strongly caution those also using retinoids for acne or anti-aging as the combination with various acids may cause excessive skin sensitivity, irritation, and redness. In fact, AHA and BHA should not typically be used together with retinoids on the same day,” explains Dr.

Can I use Vitamin C after Paula’s Choice BHA?

What if I want to use an AHA/BHA with my vitamin C product? Vitamin C can have exfoliating effects on the skin, which is why we generally don’t recommend mixing vitamin C with your AHAs and BHAs. As with using AHAs and BHAs together, throwing vitamin C into the mix can be a recipe for irritation.