what are fruit acids

What Are Fruit Acids

Maybe you've heard of fruit acids,but do you really know about it?

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) are weak organic acids extracted from fruits. AHAs are effective components in a variety of natural fruits and yogurt, including gluconic acid, malic acid, citric acid, and lactic acid, among others. As most of them come from fruits, AHAs are also known as fruit acids.

Fruit acids are well-known for powerful skincare features. The tiny penetrative molecules of fruit acids can rapidly penetrate the skin. Fruit acids, capable of activating and renewing epidermal cells, serve to exfoliate skin, treat acne, remove acne scars, smooth wrinkles, and so on. Such acids have been the indispensable means widely used by dermatologist worldwide in adjuvant therapy and home-based skincare.

Apart from the benefits to skincare, fruit acids are of great services to teeth whitening. In his studies of bio-acids, Kio Smith, founder of Nobaton, found that fruit acids, appropriately added to toothpaste, do no harm to teeth and are 15 times more effective in whitening teeth than such whitening ingredients as baking soda and pearl essence. Therefore, the 1% Alpha Hydroxy Acid ampoule toothpaste was launched. The product, effectively whitening teeth without damaging the oral ecosystem, is popular among Hollywood actors and actresses and honored as the "magic for shining red carpet smiles". It has become a necessity for celebrities in Hollywood before they go on camera.With the addition of 1% malic acid, the 1% Alpha Hydroxy Acid ampoule toothpaste can effectively remove stains within 7 to 28 days (time for the onset of efficacy varies from person to person) and whiten teeth on top of sustained use. The special ampoule bottle package helps preserve the freshness of fruit acids to the greatest extent. Also,The Nobaton brand has gained in popularity among Hollywood actors and actresses for its stress on oral care with moderate ingredients.

In addition, more and more beauty institutions use fruit acids to whiten teeth and remove dental stones, which verifies the function of fruit acids in whitening and cleaning teeth. Therefore, fruits acids have become one of the most popular teeth whitening ingredients in recent years.

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