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There are many reasons why I like PureCeuticals AHA Apple Exfoliating Serum ($54). It feels really nice on application, and absorbs well. I check my skin 30 minutes after any product application and with the AHA Apple Exfoliating Serum my skin looked more dense, clear and bright. It has a gentle, fruit-based exfoliant, which I really appreciate since serum exfoliants often feel like they punish your skin while you are waiting for the promised effects. This was a joy to use because it left my 60+ year-old dry skin looking fresh and renewed. PureCeuticals claims you will be able to see a difference from this 'Peel in a bottle!" after first time use and it is true.
I started using the PureCeuticals AHA Apple Exfoliating Serum in the summer, but it made my skin overly sensitive in the heat, so I waited until the weather cooled down to continue sampling the product.
When I resumed trial, my face felt so smooth it was hard for me to stop touching it! It looked like I just had a facial. When I started using the Exfoliating Serum, I applied it every other day, but now I apply it every night at bedtime and in the morning. The results get better every day. I use two pumps of it, which is enough for my face and neck.
My skin tone looks much brighter. It is a keeper, I would definitely purchase it and look forward to trying other products in this line.
Here are some of the active ingredients and some other things you should know about PureCeuticals AHA Apple Exfoliating Serum:
Ingredients in PureCeuticals AHA Apple Exfoliating Serum: Purified water (aqua), glycolic acid (derived from sugar cane), apple (malic) acid, coconut triglycerides, emulsifying wax, glyceryl monostearate, sorbitan olivate, vegetable glycerine, lauryl alkyl lactates, organic cucumber (cucumis sativus) extract, organic calendula (calendula officinalis) extract, organic chamomile (anthemis nobilis) extract, sodium hydroxymethyl glycinate, salicylic acid, sodium benzoate, gluconolactone, iron oxides