Let's Talk: Pockmarks


A ‘pockmark’ is a term sometimes used to describe pitted, depressed scars left in the skin after an infection (such as acne or chicken pox). Generally speaking, pockmarks are best treated by a dermatologist using various techniques, including lasers, dermabrasion, chemical peels, and/or fillers. HOWEVER, you can most certainly help the process along at home. How? By using products that help speed up cellular turnover, particularly Glycolic Acid. If you’re interested, you could incorporate a toner into your routine that includes this powerful Alpha Hydroxy Acid. Our Glycolic Acid Toner is a good choice if your skin is also oily or combination/oily. It uses Glycolic Acid and exfoliating Citrus Extracts to exfoliate. Here are a few other MB faves that contain Glycolic Acid.

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