Are you ready to take whitening to the extreme? Now, you can offer clients an intensive solution to hyperpigmentation and dark spots with Pevonia’s lumablanc.
For many years, hydroquinone has been the gold standard among skin brighteners and whiteners for medical and nonmedical use. However, extensive research of skin problems due to side effects from hydroquinone led to global regulations and bans of this ingredient, opening up new doors for safer-yet-effective breakthrough options.
Fused together in a state-of-the-art microsphere, the revolutionary lumablanc formula enters the skin effortlessly to deliver actives precisely to the target areas. Immediately activating upon contact with the skin, lumablanc visibly lightens hyperpigmentation, reduces the appearance of dark spots and evens skin tone. This dual delivery system also includes Pevonia-exclusive retinol delivery technology. Your clients will experience enhanced results with every application.
Pevonia harnesses the power of nature with potent ingredients such as:
- Undaria pinnatifida (brown macro algae) - A peptide with remarkably noticeable lightening results.
- Licorice - It forbids the chain reaction responsible for tyrosinase activiation, a major cause of hyperpigmentation.
- Vitamin C - Highly effective in lightening the skin and fading away brown patches simultaneously.
This formula also incorporates a dynamic complex of seabuckthorn fruit extract, portulaca, ascorbyl glucoside and Micro-Retinol to further lighten the skin. The natural ingredients in lumablanc were tested against 2% hydroquinone and yielded greater results without side effects at a four-week baseline.
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