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Bea Skin Care – Microbeads ban in UK

The UK Bans Microbeads – Enter bea Skin Care

Microbeads have been a hot topic in the beauty industry for a while now, but the ingredient is known to be extremely harmful to marine life and has now finally been banned by the British Authorities.
Microbeads are tiny plastic orbs that are found in beauty and skincare consumer goods such as toothpaste, facial scrubs, soaps and even chewing gums. What makes them harmful is that these plastic balls are washed down the drain once used and enter the seas causing severe harm to the marine ecosystem.

The recent ban in the UK has led to several beauty brands eliminating microbeads from their exfoliating products. Ahead of the pack is aesthetic skincare brand Bea Skin Care.

bea Skin Care’s AHA Rejuvenating Wands uses Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) which are acids primarily derived from natural elements like grapes and sugarcanes. AHA products are more beneficial for skin that is damaged or dry and tends to show its effects on the outer core of the skin. The mini skin peel applicators are easy to apply and enable you to perform your own professional mini peels at home!

Soaked in 7% glycolic acid, lactic acid and citric acid, the wands can be applied twice a week and work to brighten the complexion, working their magic on a range of skin conditions including acne, pigmentation, enlarged pores, fine lines and wrinkles.

Bea Skin Care’s AHA Rejuvenating Wands are shipped globally including the United Arab Emirates and available online at https://www.bea-skincare.com/collections/advanced-system-range/products/aha-rejuvenating-wands
The wands are priced at 303 AED.