Dermal White

Our skin colour is mainly due to the Production of melanin produced by specialized cells called melanocytes. Exposure to sunlight will trigger the production of melanin which is needed to protect our skin from UV radiation. Excessive exposure to sunlight can cause activation and multiplication of melanocytes, producing uneven skin tone and if high level of melanin are produced, spots will form.

Dermal White Series- the Unique Whitening B-trans5

Targeting skin dullness, uneven skin tone and dark spots, B-trans5 has a unique combination of formula to effectively inhibit the formation of melanin, repairs skin and has high antioxidant capacity. It brightens, evens, and makes skin complexion flawless.

B-trans5 contains 3% tranexamic acid, AA-2G, Vitamin B3, daisy flower extract and vitamin E to fully inhibit, desalinate, and reverse the formation of melanin. These can effectively prevent spots formation.

SPOT

Brightening Spot Correcting Serum-Long acting depigmentation agent

Desalinates Spots, Inhibits Melanin Production and Metabolizes Melanin

ENTIRE

Brightening Essence Fluid-Brightening essential

Improves Dullness, Boosts Radiance, Balance Skin Tone and Revitalizes Skin

ENHANCE

Brightening Spot Corrector- Whitening potent corrector

Anti-Spots, Intensive Depigmenting, Glows and Radiates, Anti-Pollutant and Reduces UV Ray Damages

Recommended usage:

  • Brightening Spot Correcting Serum: Targets spots or specific area on face, to be used daily both day and night.
  • Brightening Essence Fluid: To be used daily on entire face both day and night.
  • Brightening Spot Corrector: Targets spots or specific area on face, to be used daily both day and night.

Sequence of usage: Brightening Spot Correcting Serum > Brightening Essence Fluid > Brightening Spot Corrector

Brightening Spot Correcting Serum

Brightening Essence Fluid

Brightening Essence Fluid

Brightening Spot Corrector

Brightening Spot Correcting Serum

Brightening Essence Fluid

Brightening Spot Corrector

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