I live thousands of miles away from my family, so I’ve come to lean on Amazon Prime as a simple way to bridge the distance between us. Thanks to Amazon’s 2-day shipping powers, it’s easier than ever to send a gift that says, “Hey! I’m thinking of you,” without having to run to the post office. A few months ago, I sent my mom a jar of CeraVe Psoriasis Moisturizing Cream, just because.
My Q&A with Dr. Gupta got me thinking about something…should I start using more baby products? I’m not talking about doing a full sweep, of course, but just making some small adjustments here and there. One such product I’ve been considering is CeraVe Daily Moisturizing Lotion. It’s an oldie but goodie that I’ve been using for a long time now, but the “baby” version of this product seemed like it could be a an even better option.
Lactic acid is one of those chemistry terms that is slowly gaining fame among normal humans, by making its way into everyday language. All of the other, more obscure organic compounds probably envy its fame. If you’re into fitness, you probably associate it with DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness). And if you’re into skincare, you probably know it as an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) that lends many benefits to your skin. Today I’m going to focus on two lotions that contain lactic…