Are AHAs good for my….
AHAs are good for dry skin, providing they are used correctly and at the right levels. Overuse of AHAs and BHAs can dry out your skin, however, combining AHAs with active ingredients that work to replace moisture is a good idea for dry skin.
AHAs like citric acid are good for unclogging pores. Equally when you have oily skin, this tends to mean oil traps dead skin cells on top of the skin and clogs pores. Using an AHA un-glues these cells and helps to renew your skin’s surface.
It’s important to say that AHAs can sometimes not be suitable for sensitive skin. A lot depends on the concentration and the type of exfoliation being used. Products that have higher concentrations of AHAs aren't good for truly sensitive skin.
AHAs are good for restoring the pH balance across your skin so are good for combination skin.