Found in many fruit and vegetables but most concentrated in limes & lemons and is the most widely used acidulate as it's classified as a weak acid.
Citric acid has some exfoliant properties
Natural preservative and acts as an antioxidant.
Citric acid has many beneficial properties, such as exfoliating dead skin cells, helping to balance the pH of your skin and improving its texture. Additionally, citric acid can be used as an aromatic agent for fragrances in soaps, baths, and shower gels. It can also help to remove excess oils from the skin, leaving it feeling refreshed and moisturized. Citric acid is a natural antiseptic that helps reduce inflammation and soothe skin irritations such as eczema or rashes. Furthermore, citric acid can help prevent bacterial growth due to its antimicrobial properties. This is why it is often used as an ingredient in bath and beauty products. All in all, citric acid is a great natural ingredient to incorporate into your skincare routine for improved skin health.
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