This innovative concentrate helps to brighten the appearance of brown spots and uneven pigmentation. It dramatically brightens discoloured, uneven and lackluster skin - restoring a healthy-looking radiance in just 21 days. 60ml
Delentingo is a combination of an extract of the Swiss garden cress sprouts that is rich in sulfrophane, a powerful antioxidant phytonutrient and Genistein, the biologically active form of the most abundant soy isoflavone, these two active substances are incorporated into seperate liposomes. This comnination creates an even skin tone, visibly reduces age spots and prevents photo-aging and dark spots.
Whitessence is a strong natural lightening agent extracted from Asian nangka (jackfruit) seeds. The specific proteins of Whitessence (mainly jacalin and artocarpin) inhibit the transfer of melanin from malanocytes to keratinocytes. The decrease in the melanin quantity at the surface of the skin provides a significant clear and unified complexion and skin lightening after 2 months. The appearance of age spots and areas of age spots and areas of hyperpigmentation are also reduced.
AA2G is hydrolyzed by a-glucosidase, an enzyme present in the membrane of skin cells. This process releases vitamin C in its natural active form. When vitamin C enters cells it results in significant well-documented biological responses. AA2G has been demonstrated to be hydrolyzed over a prolonged period giving its benefical physiological effects to the cells and tissues in a constant and sustained manner.
Stabilized vitamin C from AA2G is vital for healthier, brighter and younger looking skin.
This product is formulated WITHOUT: Parabens, Sulfates, Synthetic Fragrances, Synthetic Dyes, Phthalates, GMOs + Triclosan
Apply a small amount daily morning and evening to your cleansed face and neck. Use every three months for professional at-home brightening and skin tone correction.
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