What's pH & Why Does It Matter For Your Skin?
You may have come across a skin care product that claims to be 'pH balanced' and maybe you didn't know what it meant.
Well, it's important, so pay special attention, especially if you're the type of person who prefers to do at-home, 'all natural' treatments. And pay extra special attention if your skin feels damaged (dry, easily irritated, sensitive, red, itchy, etc.).
I talk about pH a little bit in my video response to Sarah Therese's video on how she cleared her acne, but let me elaborate on it here. Because it's just that damn important.
The concept of pH was first introduced by a Danish chemist named Søren Peder Lauritz Sørensen in 1909, and then it was revised to the modern pH in 1924.