A Guide to Azelaic Acid Skincare – Mario Badescu Skincare Blog

Guide to Azelaic Acid Skincare

 

Guide to Azelaic Acid Skincare

Azelaic acid skincare is an ingredient that has been gaining popularity in recent years due to its numerous benefits for the skin and as such you may be starting to get a little curious about the ingredient and its purpose. From its clarifying benefits to its brightening abilities – it’s easy to see why Azelaic Acid has started to show up in serums and other skincare products.

What is Azelaic Acid?

Azelaic acid is a naturally occurring acid and is usually sourced from natural plants and crops like wheat, rye, and barley. It’s then extracted for topical use on your skin! Azelaic Acid isn’t a BHA (beta hydroxy acid) or an AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) which are typically known for their exfoliating properties.

What are the benefits of Azelaic Acid for Skin?

Azelaic Acid Skincare has been shown to help with many skin issues from pesky breakouts, to anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce redness, swelling and irritation. It’s also been shown to help with skin discoloration and hyperpigmentation as it helps to inhibit the production of abnormal melanin which can often be the cause of hyperpigmentation.

What skin types can benefit from Azelaic Acid Skincare?

Azelaic Acid Skincare is an ingredient which can be used on all skin types, including sensitive skin. It’s particularly beneficial for those with acne-prone skin, rosacea, or hyperpigmentation however do not use on hyper-damaged, or peeling skin.

What concentration of Azelaic Acid is recommended for skincare use?

The concentration of Azelaic Acid used in skincare varies – you can find it in any range from 5% to 20%. As with all skincare products you incorporate into your routine – it’s best to start with a lower concentration and gradually increase as tolerated.

How to Use Azelaic Acid: Try Our Azelaic Acid Serum

Our Clarifying Serum features Azelaic Acid as a key ingredient and a serum is a great delivery system for this ingredient. Serums are lightweight, supercharged liquids that work best before your moisturizer and they’re particularly great for delivering a treatment of ingredients to your skin. The Azelaic Acid used in our serum comes from yeast and works to clarify uneven skin tone and reduce the look of pigmentation whilst also soothing sensitive skin. Our Azelaic Acid Serum:

  • Helps to reduce the appearance of blemishes and breakouts (86% of people noticed a reduction in the appearance of breakouts after 4 weeks)
  • Soothes and calms skin and reduces inflammation (86% of people noticed calmer skin in after 4 weeks of use)
  • Reduces redness (86% of people noticed less redness after 4 weeks of use)
  • Clarifies uneven skin tone and improves the appearance of hyperpigmentation
  • Works as a targeted clarifying treatment or all over serum

How to Use Azelaic Acid Serum

Our Clarifying Serum with Azelaic Acid can be used in the morning or the evening.

Start by cleansing and toning the skin with your favorite skin cleanser and matching toner.

Apply 3-4 drops to the face in a light layer as a face serum or use a small amount to target any areas with spots on breakouts.

Follow with your go-to moisturizer.

Shop Azelaic Acid Serum.

* CLINICALLY TESTED In a consumer perception that of 21 participants between the ages of 18 – 58 that occurred over 4 weeks.

In conclusion, Azelaic Acid is a versatile and effective skincare ingredient, and incorporating it into your routine can yield remarkable results. With its proven benefits for acne, hyperpigmentation, and overall skin texture, Azelaic Acid deserves a place in your skincare arsenal. Discover the power of Azelaic Acid with Mario Badescu, and unlock a radiant, clear, and even complexion. Happy skincare journey

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