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What are AHAs?

Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are a group of plant and animal-derived acids used in a variety of skincare products. These include daily anti-aging products, such as serums, toners, and creams, as well as occasional concentrated treatments via chemical peels.

There are seven types of AHAs commonly used in products available throughout the skincare industry. These include:

  • citric acid (from citrus fruits)
  • glycolic acid (from sugar cane)
  • hydroxycaproic acid (from royal jelly)
  • hydroxycaprylic acid (from animals)
  • lactic acid (from lactose or other carbohydrates)
  • malic acid (from fruits)
  • tartaric acid (from grapes)

Research on the uses and efficacy of AHAs is extensive. However, out of all the AHAs available, glycolic and lactic acids are the most promising and well researched. These two AHAs are also less likely to cause irritation. Because of this, most over-the-counter (OTC) AHAs contain either glycolic or lactic acid.

AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate. They can also help:

  • promote collagen and blood flow
  • correct discoloration from scars and age spots
  • improve appearance of surface lines and wrinkles
  • prevent acne breakouts
  • brighten your complexion
  • increase product absorption


1. They help exfoliate

AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate your skin. In fact, this is the foundation for all of the other benefits AHAs offer.

Exfoliation refers to a process where the skin cells on the surface shed off. This helps remove dead skin cells but also makes way for new skin cell generation.

As you age, your natural skin cell cycle slows down, which can make dead skin cells build up. When you have too many dead skin cells, they can accumulate and make your complexion look dull.

Dead skin cell accumulation can also enhance other underlying skin issues, such as:

  • wrinkles
  • age spots
  • acne

Still, not all AHAs have the same exfoliating power. The amount of exfoliation is determined by the type of AHA you use. As a rule of thumb, the more AHA’s contained in a product, the more powerful the exfoliating effects.

**NOTE: These are all going to be mixed line classes and will include training on the following subjects**



Monday, April 29th, July 8th & August 5th, 2019

Times: 9:00 am – 4.00 pm

Cost: $100.00
(*Microneedling training cost includes on hand training, certification, treatment, microneedle roller and lunch. Alpha Effect training includes demonstration & 20% Alpha Effect for each participant)

To Register, call 1-800-445-6364

If you have any questions, please call Rodaba at the number above.

Class Agenda:

 Dr. Grandel Alpha Effect Peeling

 Treatment for Balance and Pigmentation Marks.


Biodroga MD Beauty Roller

Treament is good for Acne scars, wrinkles and pigmentation.


 Dr. Schrammek Vitality Lift Intense Treatment with the Super Vitalizing Biocellulose Mask

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