Peptides are chains of amino acids that build protein in the skin. These chains are able to penetrate the skin and stimulate the body to produce collagen, which is why this skincare products will leave your skin feeling plump after!

Which type of AHA should I Use?

There are many types of alpha hydroxy acids, and while they perform the same function - they may vary in their strengths.

Glycolic Acid: is considered the strongest AHA that is commonly used in skincare. Due to its small molecular size, it is able to penetrate the skin quickly and deeply.

Lactic acid: is milder than glycolic acid and also helps hydrate the skin

Mandelic Acid: is the ideal AHA acid for sensitive skin, and it has anti-inflammatory properties as well

What Skin Concerns Do BHAs Help With?

Clearing Blackheads

& Sebaceous Filaments

Clearing Clogged Pores

Reducing Acne Breakouts

Peptides with Klairs

Klairs brings you peptides in two of their skincare lines - the Midnight Blue range, and their Fundamental Eye Duo! The midnight blue line, both firms and soothes skin, while also providing anti-ageing benefits. The Eye Gel and Eye Butter, are enriched with peptides as well to firm the undereye area and make your skin look revitalised.



EGF Epidermal Growth Factor:

Works on the epidermis (outermost layer) of the skin to promote skin regeneration. It is highly effective in tackling fine lines and wrinkles that form during your 20-30s. It also strengthens the skin’s outer barrier, plumps the skin and improves the appearance of fine lines.

bFGF Fibroblast Growth Factor:

Works deeper in the skin (the lower dermis layer). It helps repair damage caused by harmful UVA rays and promotes the production of collagen, hyaluronic acid, fibronectin, and other bodily components. It also increases moisture retention and radiance levels of the skin, while also improving deep wrinkles that form between mid to late 30s.