FOR DARK SKIN
Smallest and most effective alpha hydroxy acid derived from sugar cane. Exfoliates epidermis, promotes epidermolysis, disperses basal layer melanin and stimulates the growth of new skin. Reduces amount of the surface skin oil.
Alpha hydroxy acid derived from bitter almonds. Has depigmenting properties, inhibits melanin synthesis, exfoliates and rejuvenates skin.
Whitening agent. Inhibits the activity of tyrosinase, prevents the formation of melanin.
Naturaly occuring beta-D-glucopyranoside of hydroquinone, extracted from the bearberry plant. Acts by reversibly suppressing melanosomal tyrosinase activity and thus prevents the synthesis of melanocytes. Works synergistically with kojic acid and enhances lightening effect.
Natural viscosity regulator
Mild superficial peel for dark skins (Fitzpatrick phototype 4 to 6)
- Removes upper layer of eppidermis
- Inhibits melanin synthesis
- Less irritating than a common AHA peel
- Melasmas (excessive pigmentation)
- Pigmented spots
- Accidental hyperpigmentation (photosensivity or post-lessional scarring)