Alpha Skin Care

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42 products

2,125 reviews

77% would repurchase

Recent Alpha Skin Care Reviews

Lotions/ Creams -Alpha Skin Care -Renewal Body Lotion with 12 AHA


The is the most boring and un-glamorous way to achieve and maintain beautiful skin all over your body.
Unscented and very effective in smoothing and moisturizing, although some may want to use under another moisturizer if skin is really dry.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -Alpha Skin Care -Enhanced Renewal Cream 12% Glycolic Acid

on 10/17/2018 5:50:00 PM


I have found my skin responds well to aha's. I use the serum and alternate between that and this. This has 12% aha and my skin looks so much better for it. I have some fine genetic forehead lines, large pores, and needed some general resurfacing. This has made my skin so good. All my lines are diminished and my pores are so small and clean.

My skin is so smooth and looks so even toned. It also looks plumper and my smile lines are nearly invisible. For 39 I'm super happy with how my skin is. I have been using Alpha Skin Care products since before they changed their name. I was using them on and off and now I know I will stick with this because my face looks so much better for it.

The price is very reasonable and they disclose their ph. These products for me work and do so very well. I get a few tiny purges when I started this but it was gone before it even began. For my fine lines this has worked better than anything else. I find the 12% to be great, since I also use the 14% my skin is used to this strength. Recommended.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -Alpha Skin Care -Enhanced Lotion - 10% AHA

on 9/7/2018 11:16:00 AM


I was wondering if this is the same product : Alpha Hydroxy." that has been around for some years. I thought that it was discontinued. If thisi the same formula. I was really happy with the results. Is this the same Alpha Hydroxy but has a new label?

Cleansers -Alpha Skin Care -Refreshing Face Wash with AHA

on 8/26/2018 4:33:00 PM


My requirements for facial cleansers:

- Finish taking off the oil I use (coconut) to remove makeup and sunscreen. (I wipe that off with a warm, wet washcloth)
- Low pH
- Cruelty free
- Not scented, no added BS ingredients that will wash away
- Cheap
- Foams and feels nice when I use it

This meets all of those requirements and I've trusted this brand for many years with my skin and they've never let me down.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Treatments (Face) -Alpha Skin Care -Intensive Rejuvinating Serum 14% Glycolic AHA

on 8/26/2018 4:30:00 PM


I use this at least 3x a week and I love, love, love it.

Me: 47 next month. A few shallow wrinkles around my eyes, no acne, and some (a half dozen or so) brown spots from not knowing about Asian/Euro sunscreens and high PPD until a few years ago. I also have mild melasma near my ears on my lower cheeks, and melasma is a curse.

It will fade your sun spots nicely, but melasma is a tougher. It does take everything down a level or two, but it's not a high enough % to really fade them in a dramatic way.

I recommend this to everyone over 35 or so, but you must use a heavy duty high PPD sunscreen. And I'd recommend easing into it - once a week, then twice a week, and so on. I can use it daily but I baby my skin otherwise - no Retin A, oil cleansing with regular coconut oil, and a low pH cleanser.

It is as thin as water and you need to be careful when you pump it out. I try to pump it onto my fingers but it doesn't quite work - it's better to do it into the palm of your hand and then spread it around with your fingertips. One pump should be enough for most people, but most nights I use two.

I will use this until I'm dead. Honestly.

10 of 10 people found this helpful.

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