A multi-purpose antioxidant serum designed to target mild to moderately uneven skin tone while reducing the signs of aging. Formulated with Arbutin and Resorcinol to stimulate cellular turnover and naturally brighten the look of dark spots and 8% Vitamin C to reduce the look of fine lines. Skin looks radiant, with a more even tone and texture.
PATENTED L-ASCORBIC ACID USP 8%, ARBUTIN AND RESORCINOL
A hydroquinone-free, anti-aging and skin brightening Vitamin C serum that reduces the appearance of dark spots, fine lines, and wrinkles, and improves skin tone.
Ideal for all skin types.
Remove and discard white cap and replace with dropper. Place two to three drops in palm of hand and use fingertips to apply a thin layer to face, neck, chest and back of hands as desired. Apply once or twice daily to clean, dry skin before any makeup or creams. Tighten dropper securely after each use. Limit sun exposure during usage by using protective clothing or a sunscreen protective agent to avoid re-darkening of the skin.
Propylene Glycol, Pentylene Glycol, 1,3-Butylene Glycol, Water/Eau, L-Ascorbic Acid USP, Ethoxydiglycol, Alpha-Arbutin, Alcohol, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Extract, Parfum/Fragrance, 4-Butylresorcinol.
Q: What is Vitamin C?
A: It is recognized as a powerful antioxidant that boosts collagen production, protects the skin and evens texture and tone.
Q: What is Arbutin?
A: A natural alternative to hydroquinone known for its skin-lightening and antioxidant properties.
Q: What is Resorcinol?
A: An effective exfoliant that sloughs off dead skin cells to reveal healthy, younger looking skin.
Q: Can I use this product after a laser treatment or a chemical peel?
A: This product is recommended to help maintain results from a pigmentation protocol such as a skin care regime with hydroquinone or following lasers or chemical peels.
Q: Can I use this product long term?
A: Yes, this product may be used long-term as maintenance.
Q: Where do I apply this product?
A: This product may be applied to the face, neck, chest and on the back of the hands. Avoid contact with eyes and eyelids.