- Is a light, silky gel, transparent rinse-off mask, enriched with a unique combination of potent extracts including White Mulberry and Grapes
- This mask works with the unique Micropatch Technology, which releases brightening actives into the skin
- Gives visibly brighter and radiant skin in just 20 minutes
- Formula researched and developed by dermatologists
As we age, our fresh, youthful skin gets damaged, and it is tough to maintain the youthful exuberance. Your skin may lose its natural glow and start to look dull and tired. This can begin at an early age; however, it can easily be treated with the right skin-care routine.
- Visibly brighter and radiant skin in just 20 minutes.*
- Whitening Active released into the skin even after mask removal. **
*Duration of product application may vary on various factors **Results may vary depending on Skin type
Insta Brightening Micro-Mask+ has a unique combination of botanical extracts of Scutellaria Baicalensis, White Mulberry, Saxifraga Sarmentosa, and Grape, that work together to give you visibly brighter skin
The unique Micropatch™ technology releases whitening actives into the skin even long after the mask has been removed
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About Fairness & pigmentation
What is Hyperpigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation is a darkening of the skin caused by the overproduction of a pigment melanin present in the skin. This can be evenly spread all over the skin or also be present in dark patches/marks/dots on the skin.
What causes Hyperpigmentation?
The main cause of hyperpigmentation remains sun exposure, however, it may also happen due to hormonal changes (commonly seen in females).Apart from this there are several other factors which can contribute to melanocyte activation such as various forms of skin conditions, such as dermatitis, eczema, acne and physical trauma to the skin, such as burn or procedures, may also cause inflammation induced darkening.
Who is prone to hyperpigmentation?
Any individual facing long hours of sun exposure may have chances of getting pigmented skin.
Also, females may face pigmentation concerns during pregnancy or menopause
How can you avoid pigmentation
The most critical step to prevent pigmentation is avoiding sun exposure during peak hours 10 am – 4 pm. Also, if in case the same cannot be avoided an individual needs to use a sunscreen with a basic SPF ranging from SPF 15-50 at least 20 mins before sun exposure with re-application after every 3-4 hours.
Also in case of pigmented skin, it's important to use products with safe skin lightening agents to reduce pigmentation.