Alpha Skin Care

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41 products

2,118 reviews

77% would repurchase

Recent Alpha Skin Care Reviews

Moisturizers -Alpha Skin Care -Essential Renewal Cream with 10 Percent AHA


An affordable, and effective option (fullprice $15 for 2 oz, less on sale). This rich cream is ideal for me to use as a treatment night cream in one. I have very sensitive oily combo skin and I tolerate this well when used twice a week at night. I wake up with soft, well moisturised skin. Rubs in easily. Tingles but doesn't sting or make my skin red, or cause breakouts. Its rich enough for me to not need any more moisturiser, but if you are dry you can apply your moisturiser/facial oils after letting this sink it.

The scent needs to be talked about. Its not fragranced to make it suitable for sensitive skin. But it is naturally scented like very sweet Elmers (PVA) white glue. Some people say its chemical or industrial but I quickly became accustomed to it and it doesn't bother me beyond the first time. I use it before bedtime so I don't really notice it as I'm wearing it while I sleep.

Also you must team this with a day sunscreen or you will wrinkle/sunspot more! And don't apply to the sensitive neck and eye area to avoid irritation. I found out this the hard way as I wondered why my neck felt itchy! Standard advice for any AHA, Acid or Retinol product but I think its worth repeating these things as we tend to forget sometimes.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

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

on 2/16/2018 10:56:00 AM


I researched this lotion before purchasing online from the company. Fair skinned with a lot of sun damage on my arms, I had high hopes that it would help diminish it. After months of using this after showering and before going to bed, there is absolutely no improvement to my skin's texture or color. For $20+ and no results, although worth a try, it is not worth a repeat purchase.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

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

on 1/21/2018 1:11:00 PM


The original Alpha Hydrox has been discontinued. This stuff is amazing!!!! Prevents wrinkles and makes skin look young again. I hit the jackpot and found a huge supply of the original lotion. I am keeping several bottles for myself but am also posting some of them on eBay. This product is so amazing that I want to pass my treasure onto everyone else and not charge an arm and a leg like some of the others.

Cleansers -Alpha Skin Care -Alpha Skin Care Refreshing Face Wash

on 11/1/2017 9:09:00 PM


Fantastic face wash. It foams but only slightly, so doesn't dry out your skin. I don't think it takes off makeup completely so I precleanse with micellar water but finish off with this face wash and haven't had any problems in the 8 months I have been using it. I run out fairly quickly (within 1.5-2 months) but ulta was having a sale where the face wash was only 2 dollars so I bought 5 of them recently for only 10 dollars. Highly recommend - also good for both summer and winter - I hate having to change up my skincare for different seasons so I appreciate products that I can use in any climate. Only complaint is that it is hard to get out the last bit of the face wash with the squeeze top but you can if you don't mind taking off the lid.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

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

on 9/26/2017 12:40:00 PM


This is an excellent lightweight serum used to combat fine lines and wrinkles and to improve skin texture and clarity.

Price: I bought this, at 2 ounces for $19, on Amazon. Compared to the last AHA serum I was using (at $90 for 1oz), it's a steal.

Packaging: Air tight bottle with a pump. Perfectly adequate

Product: I have been using AHA's on my skin for a few years: Neostrata Level 2, Neostrata Level 3, Peter Thomas Roth, Drunk Elephant and Paula's Choice (I have reviews on all except the PC, which did nothing for me). I was burning through the $90 / ounce stuff too quickly, even with only 1 pump a night. This is slightly more watery than the last serum I used, but the effects are similar--apply in the evening after washing and in the morning, my skin feels smoother, clearer and brighter. 14% is a fairly high formulation of AHA, and I definitely get a slight tingle the first minute or so following application, but nothing unbearable. Definitely do not start with this if you have never used AHA's on your skin before--the Neostrata Level 2 Smoothing lotion, at 10%, is a good beginner product, I think: easy on the wallet, easy to start slow with application and results fairly quickly. I think this product is an excellent choice for those who have been around AHA's for awhile and have a hard time justifying the much higher price point of some similar products.

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