Bionnex Whiteing Night Serum Decreases Melanin Overproduction And Whitens Dark Spots - 20 Ml
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Bionnex Whitexpert Whitening Concentrated Serum:
It is a whitening organic formula contains Arbutin, Lumiskin and Vitamin C decreases melanin overproduction and whitens dark spots.
- 20 ML.
- Whitening and maintaining even skin tone.
- Advanced formula contains Arbutin that prevents melanin production.
- Contains Lumiskin helps to improve skin tone while lightens any discoloration.
- Contains Curcuma Longa helps to protect from damaging effect of free radicals.
- Suitable for night use.
- Suitable for all skin types.
How to use Bionnex Whitexpert Whitening Concentrated serum:
Applied once daily at night.
Put a few drops from the serum and use your fingertips to make circular movements.
- A condition in which your skin produces excess melanin, a pigment that makes spots or patches of skin appears darker than surrounding skin.
- Some types of hyperpigmentation like melasma and dark spots occur more likely in sun-exposed areas including the face and arms.
- Other types result from skin injuries like acne, burns, and lupus. This is called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Causes of hyperpigmentation:
- Sun exposure: Leads to excess melanin production and dark spots or patches formation.
- Skin Inflammation: Post inflammatory hyperpigmentation as after burns and acne.
- Melasma: Dark patches developed during pregnancy as a result of hormonal changes.
- Sunscreens: The use of suitable sunscreens will protect the skin from UV rays that lead to hyperpigmentation.
- Avoid sun exposure: Avoiding excess sun exposure especially during peak hours 10 AM TO 2 PM.
- Topical: Natural-based medicated cosmetics, hydroquinone, vitamin C, and Azelaic acid.
- Dermatological procedures: Laser, Chemical peel, and microdermabraision. They are very effective in the treatment of hyperpigmentation but they are expensive and can cause irritation or burning to the skin that leads to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.