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Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid: Vitamin C has all the benefits of Vitamin B3 but is more effective. Currently, there are 3 common forms of Vitamin C: LAA (L-ascorbic Acid), SAP (Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate) or MAP (magnesium ascorbyl phosphate). LAA has the highest % concentration, fastest acting and strongest skin irritation while the other 2 forms are milder.|However, you should not use it in combination with Niacinamide because they can cause irritation and absolutely should not be used when the skin is suffering from acne or skin problems.|AHA/BHA: It would be remiss not to mention these two ingredients. As the two most common types of acids used to exfoliate, AHA works mainly on the surface of the skin, while BHA will penetrate through the oil layer on the skin and then begin to open the pores to remove dirt and bacteria. bacteria accumulate. So when you first use it, you will feel a slight stinging, after a while will return your skin smooth, clean and airy.|Because this ingredient can cause irritation, you should check to see if it is suitable for your skin. At the beginning of use, the skin may break out, but if it lasts continuously for 2-3 months, it should be stopped immediately because this phenomenon is not that the skin is getting used to AHA / BHA anymore, but your skin is ” demonstration” with these two acids.|Tretinoid: This is the common name for Vitamin A that has extremely high concentrations in dermatology and is often prescribed by doctors to solve problems such as skin pigmentation disorders and even cure skin cancer. It is the “toughest” ingredient in the Treatments and not all skin types can use it.