Ruruberry TURN Serum (30ml) | Brightening & Target Skin Discoloration with Tranexamic Acid
[ DESCRIPTION ]
A networked 13.5% brightening system to visibly counteract three of the most stubborn, complex-to-treat signs of skin discoloration: hyperpigmentation, age spots and melasma.
This highly-focused, highly-saturated formula precisely targets and reduces both uneven pigmentation, in combination of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, as well as overall pigmentation issues, be it age spots/senile lentigines that comes with repeated UV exposure and age itself or melasma/chloasma that occurs at a younger age and is usually influenced by hormones, through optimisation of various modern technologies and mechanism meshed perfectly.
[ Key Ingredients ]
- Tranexamic Acid [3%]
- Undecylenoyl Phenylalanine [2%]
- Raspberry Ketone
- Morus Alba Root Extract
[ Directions ]
After cleansing and toning, dispense 2-3 drops onto the palm of your hands before patting them onto your face. Add a couple more droplets if intending to apply across the neck and chest area. Finish with a moisturizer, ideally alongside SPF 30 or greater when used during the day.
[ Recommended For ]
-All skin types/tones
-Anyone with persistent or increased skin discoloration, age spots and melasma concerns as well as other issues of general and localised pigmentation that are becoming more pronounced in size, shape or intensity
[ Good to Know ]
The skin is already creating melanin, which is what gives color and photoprotection to it, but a host of internal or external factors (such as natural aging, photoaging, changing hormones, cutaneous trauma and other stressors) can trigger an overproduction in melanin or an irregular dispersion of pigment, making you more susceptible to a number of pigmentation issues.
Depending on the cause and condition, these could manifest in different types of skin discoloration with the most commonly encountered problems being: hyperpigmentation (the residual mark after a pimple or wound heals), age spots (which vary in color from light brown to black) and melasma (characterized by larger tan or gray patches on face with an indistinct border).