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Do We All Really Need to Exfoliate?

A moderate approach can help unclog congested pores, boost collagen synthesis, and improve the absorption of other products unlike anything else in your skincare toolkit.

What a Next-Gen Exfoliant Looks Like

Youth To The People’s new next-generation Mandelic Acid + Superfood Unity Exfoliant contains 3% AHA, 2% BHA, and 1% PHA—a blend that is gentle enough for daily use.

Did You Know That Some Acids Are Hydrating?

The term ‘acid’ can be off putting for some people because it conjures up thoughts of irritation, tightness, and dehydration, but there are hydrating acids which can actually help condition the skin.

Meet The Muse: Mandelic Acid

This alpha hydroxy acid is a superstar for all skin types and a multitude of skin goals from dullness, texture, and fine lines to congestion, and hyperpigmentation. 

How To Tell If You Have Sebaceous Filaments + Treat Them

Ever feel like despite all the products and attempted at-home extractions, you still can't be free of blackheads? You may be squeezing on an unbudgeable, integral component of healthy pores and skin. Here's what to do instead.

What’s the Difference Between Salicin and Salixin?

While salicylic acid is a highly effective skincare ingredient that chemists will undoubtedly always use in formulating skincare products, there are also some amazing alternatives to the time-tested beta-hydroxy acid (BHA). 

How Does Red Willow Bark Benefit the Skin?

The red willow bark in the Power Mask formula works alongside other powerhouse ingredients, including texture-smoothing niacinamide, prebiotic-rich kombucha, and several types of clay. When combined together, dirt and bacteria simply don’t stand a chance—and as a result, pores are clearer and pimples are minimized.

The Benefits of BHA (Salicylic Acid) in Skincare

Chances are you’ve seen salicylic acid in the ingredients list for an acne product, since it’s great for busting breakouts as it penetrates the skin very deeply. Salicylic acid exfoliates by removing dead skin cells, which is why it’s often suggested for complexions that need more exfoliation as well as for treating acne and oily skin.