This tag is so evil!
I was tagged by R Cubed to do this – what is this, you ask?
- Write a paragraph (sounds easy, right?) without any word containing the letter “e” (still easy?).
- By reading this, you are already signed up.
- Select at least 5 bloggers to do this challenge. They must complete it within 24 hours or else it is considered as failure.
- If you fail or pass, suffer in the Page of Lame.
- If you win, wallow in the Page of Fame.
And since I don’t want o be in the Page of Lame, here goes!
Since it’s officially summer, this week’s focus will be on “radiant skin” and I’ll be covering topics relating to achieving clear and glowy skin. First, we’ll look at chemical exfoliants.
Don’t let the word “chemical” scare you, this is just to distinguish between the physical / manual type (scrubs, cloths, loofahs) and the ones that solely use non-abrasive ingredients to exfoliate the skin.
The 2 key categories of chemical exfoliants are BHA (beta hydroxy acid) and AHA (alpha hydroxy acid). A trick I use to help myself remember which is for what purpose is: BHA = blemishes, and AHA = anti-aging. Typically, BHA works better for oily skin types whereas AHA benefit drier skin.