What it is
Skin resurfacing exfoliator that kicks your dead skin cells to the curb, revealing
youthful, healthier skin while also feeding it delicious antioxidants from dark,
leafy greens. Kiss good-bye to the appearance of discoloration, sun damage,
and fine lines with regular use.
Glycolic Acid (Sugar cane derived) 5.25%
A real game changer in your skincare routine!
Glycolic acid is an effective chemical exfoliant that gently resurfaces skin texture
and prevents clogged pores. With regular use, this nudges your skin’s cellular
turnover slowly, fading the appearance of hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and
Dark, leafy greens (kale, spinach, parsley)
A vital energy booster for the skin, the antioxidants packed in these greens are
the best thing you can treat your skin with —and that’s why we call it Kale-lalu-
yaha! Not just that, it’s also chock-full of vitamins and minerals too. What more
could you ask for?
Aloe + Hyaluronic acid + Vitamin B5
These are all natural hydrators which replenish, hydrate and soothe skin. Once
you apply, you’ll feel instant hydration, especially if you pair this with a moisturizer
that locks down it all down.
Allantoin soothes skin while buffering any possible irritation from the chemical
exfoliation process. This is an absolutely wonderful ingredient which brings both
moisturizing and soothing relief to a sensitive, inflamed skin.
All skin types
How to use
2-3 times a week before bed, soak a cotton pad with Kale-lalu-yAHA and swipe
over clean face, avoiding the eye area. No rinse needed.
In real life
There are no rules. Slide Kale-lalu-yAHA into your routine based on your skin’s
cravings. Liah uses Kale-lalu-yAHA 2 to 3 times a week while her mom uses it
every night :) Pay attention to your skin's resiliency as everyone's skin is unique.
If you're a beginner
AHA 5.25% is a great concentration to start if you're a AHA beginner. At first, you
can mix Kale-lalu-yAHA into your favorite moisturizer. This concoction would act
as a buffer slightly interfering AHA with fully absorbing into your skin. Then move
it up to your first step in your evening skincare routine. Try it once a week then
build it up to the frequency that your skin is most comfortable with.
If you want to know more
AHA is the most effective in the pH range of 3.0-4.0, so you might feel a slight
tingling sensation at first, but don’t stress — that’s a good sign! It means the
formula is giving your skin love!
We do not recommend using the product on days your skin is sensitive. AHA
may increase your skin’s photosensitivity, so apply broad-spectrum sunscreen
liberally (which we hope you are doing nonetheless!).