6 TOP SKINCARE INGREDIENTS THAT SHOULDN'T BE USED TOGETHER

Using skincare ingredients that should not be used together can lead to dangerous skin problems.
It seems that there are many kinds of skincare and useful ingredients can be obtained easily. Many people are also now starting to use skincare in layers. Unfortunately, many people still don't understand the ingredients in skincare that are used in layers, which can cause various skin problems if they use the wrong ingredients.
Well, so that unwanted things happen, consider the 6 skincare ingredients that should not be used together below.

1. Vitamin C and AHA

Sometimes, we will do anything that can make facial skin look brighter, one of which is using skincare with Vitamin C and AHAs. However, unfortunately using these two ingredients at the same time is a big mistake. Because Vitamin C itself contains active acids, the same as the content of AHAs. Mixing these two ingredients will only disturb the pH balance of the skin and can trigger irritation to the skin, you know. The solution, you can distance the use of these two ingredients, for example skincare with Vitamin C content in the morning, and AHA for the night.

2. Retin-A and Scrub

 Despite having a familiar name, Retin-A is different from Retinol. Retin-A is a derivative of Vitamin A that works to increase turnover in skin cells. Retin-A also works as a natural exfoliant to replace new skin, leaving skin smooth and soft. Scrub as we know has the same function as Retin-A, namely as an exfoliant. Scrub is a fine grain known as a physical exfoliator to remove dead skin cells and dirt that has accumulated on the surface of the skin. Therefore, you must avoid using Retin-A and scrubs at the same time to avoid excessive exfoliation which can cause skin irritation and redness.

3. Retinol and AHA/BHA

The first skincare ingredients that should not be used together are Retinol and AHA/BHA. Although not included in exfoliating substances such as AHA/BHA, Retinol has a peeling agent that functions to accelerate skin cells to regenerate. Therefore, the use of these two skincare ingredients is not recommended to be used simultaneously because it can cause excessive exfoliation of the facial skin. As for some of the effects that your skin can feel when using Retinol and AHA/BHA at the same time:
 
• Skin becomes more sensitive
• Damage to the skin-barrier on the skin which can cause problems such as breakouts and acne
• The appearance of a red rash on the skin
• Dry and peeling skin
• Skin irritation

4. AHA/BHA and Niacinamide

The content of skincare that should not be used at the same time seems to have been talked about a lot. Mixing AHA/BHA and Niacinamide together is a strict no-no that you must avoid. It is true, Niacinamide or Vitamin B3 is indeed very good at improving skin texture and condition. However, this ingredient works at a neutral skin pH. Meanwhile, AHA / BHA which makes the skin pH lower. So, combining the two is not wise because it can reduce the performance of both ingredients and can even irritate the skin.

5. Water-based and Oil-based
You must know very well that water and oil are two opposite things. In fact, this also applies in the world of skincare, you know. When combining these two skincare ingredients, your skin will not be able to receive the benefits of water-based skincare because it is blocked by oil-based skincare. So, it's better to pay attention to your skincare products. So that you can get the function of each skincare optimally.
 
6. BHA and Benzoyl Peroxide

Furthermore, Benzoyl Peroxide is the most reliable ingredient as a spot remedy when pimples appear on the face. However, it is also important to note that this ingredient cannot be used in conjunction with skincare that contains BHA. Instead of getting rid of pimples quickly, combining BHA and Benzoyl Peroxide can actually trigger active acne and irritation when used together. don't want that to happen.
 
those are 6 skincare ingredients that should not be used together that you need to note and remember to avoid various skin problems.


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