Mild superficial peel. Removes upper layer of epidermis. Inhibits melanin synthesis.
- Photodamaged skin
- Rough texture, fine lines and wrinkles
- Enlarged pores, dull, sallow skin color
- Aging skin
Smallest and most effective alpha hydroxy acid derived from sugar cane. Exfoliates epidermis, promotes epidermolysis, stimulates the growth of new skin. It safely removes the outer layer of dead skin cells, bringing fresh, new skin to the surface.
Alpha hydroxy acid derived from bitter almonds. Has depigmenting properties, inhibits melanin synthesis, exfoliates and rejuvenates skin.
Kojic acid is derived from a variety of fungi and organic substances and is used to diminish dark areas resulting from excessive pigmentation in the skin. Inhibits the activity of tyrosinase, prevents the formation of melanin.
Acts by reversibly suppressing melanosomal tyrosinase activity and thus prevents the synthesis of melanocytes. Works synergistically with kojic acid and enhances lightening effect.