There is a reason Cleopatra bathed in sour milk for softer, smoother skin - she was gaining the exfoliating benefits of Lactic Acid.
Lactic Acid belongs to a class of skin exfoliators called AHAs that increase cell turnover, helping to eliminate accumulated dead skin cells of the epidermis - the top layer of the skin.
Unlike abrasive scrubs, leave-on AHA & BHA exfoliants gently and quickly shed buildup for softer, smoother skin.  With regular use, skin gets firmer and thicker. As a result, there is an overall smoother appearance with fewer fine lines, deep wrinkles and 'crepey' skin texture. 
Lactic Acid helps to brighten, even skin tone and reduce breakouts. It also has a moisturising effect, that can protect the skin barrier. Lactic Acid has larger molecules than Glycolic Acid, meaning it won't penetrate the skin as far, leading to more of a surface treatment - polishing, firming, exfoliating goodness.
Exfoliating Refining Serum uses two types of Lactic Acid, along with Glycolic Acid (brightening & pigmentation), Citric Acid (photodamage & skin softening), Tartaric Acid (pigmentation & dull skin tone), Malic Acid (reduces lines & wrinkles) and Salicylic Acid (acne & blackheads).

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