Hypohalous Acid (hypochlorous acid, hypobromous acid, or hypoiodious acid) is an exfoliating ingredient that are included in anti-acne medications. Typical products that include these acids are solutions, cleansers, lotions, creams, facial masks and gels. They are scrubbed onto the skin either by hand, or with a cloth, sponge, brush or spraying device. The idea behind these acids is to remove the outermost layer of skin, exposing newer and healthier cells underneath.

  • Anti-acne formulas to treat or prevent common acne
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