ASDM Beverly Hills

Melasma & Pigment Lightening Serum- With 2% Alpha Arbutin

$ 59

UPC# 718194302960

Net Weight: 60 ml / 2 oz.

Skin Concerns: 

  • Uneven Skin Tone
  • Dead/dull Skin
  • Great for medium skin tones
  • Melasma on Face
  • Hyperpigmentation Treatment

This facial skin lightening serum is packed with Alpha Arbutin (Lightening), Kojic Acid (Lightening), Lactic Acid (Exfoliant), & Vitamin E (Environmental Stress Protector). This highly effective melasma treatment helps to maximize penetration of lightening actives into skin by breaking the bond between superficial skin cells. This makes it easier for actives to flow deep within skin and target overactive melanin production. Non comedogenic pure oils help to retain healthy moisture levels without a greasy feel.

How long does it take to lighten? 7-8 weeks of daily usage.

What precautions should I take to maximize results? You should definitely avoid excessive sun exposure by wearing protective clothing and sunscreen when outdoors (Since melanin is your body’s first line of defense against sunburn, exposing your skin to the sun can activate melanin production and thus compromise lightening results).

 

Distilled Water, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Oil, [Sodium acrylate / sodium Acryloyldimethyl taurate copolymer & isohexadecane & polysorbate 80], [Cetearyl alcohol/ glyceryl stearate/ sodium stearoyl lactylate], Alpha Arbutin, Kojic Acid, Lactic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, [Diazolidinyl Urea/ Iodopropynl Butylcarbamate].
After cleansing face, apply a small amount of serum unto face. Massage onto face, neck and décollete in upward strokes. Use once daily, at night time. In the daytime, follow up with your favorite skin brightening regime. We would recommend the following products for clear, even skin tone:

What precautions should I take to maximize results? You should definitely avoid excessive sun exposure by wearing protective clothing and sunscreen when outdoors (Since melanin is your body’s first line of defense against sunburn, exposing your skin to the sun can activate melanin production and thus compromise lightening results).