Effectively corrects melasma, skin darkening
resulting from sun exposure, fades scars and skin discoloration.
are the active botanicals in your product?
serum contains a natural component called cysteine which together
with other natural ingredients, makes this product the strongest
skin lightener available.
gradually slows down melanin production, preventing the darkening
of the skin. The serum produces a gradual lightening of hyperpigmentation,
age spots, melasma and freckles. It directly inhibits tyrosinase,
the enzyme activator responsible for melanin production.
long will it take to see results?
new users report beginning to see results as early as within 7 to
10 days of continuous use. Very quick and dramatic results are noticed
by those with a higher proportion of eumelanin, but it sometimes
takes longer for some users. It is important to apply a generous
portion of the serum to clean skin twice daily for fastest results
and allow full absorption while limiting sun exposure.
highly pigmented skin may take from 6 to 12 months to turn very
pale while limiting sun exposure.
that when you depigment your skin, it is best to use a progressive
product (our product is progressive). Thus, when you are happy with
the results, you can stop. Other products do not guarantee progressiveness.
is your product so effective?
Arbutin and Cysteine are both the most natural and effective depigmenting
compounds which when combined with other ingredients make this product
ready to use in a completely natural serum extract.
highly concentrated skin bleaching serum lightens the skin gradually.
It actually creates a natural looking skin whitening effect. This
solution can be very effective for local and large area application
in case of age spots and abnormal skin pigmentation. The high purity
of the extract increases the effectiveness of this product.
(a derivative of the polygonum extract) lightens skin tone, inhibits
tyrosinase, and acts as an anti-oxidant to fight free radicals.
long do I have to use the serum? Are the results permanent?
depends on the extent of lightening desired, but as it is progressive
you decide when to stop. Yes, the results are permanent and can
last a lifetime in correcting hyperpigmentation and melasma.
an immediate lightening effect.
tyrosinase, responsible for melanin production.