Lightening Shock - Abidis - 30ml
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- Brand: Abidis
- Product Code: MM-AB1036
- In stock
Lightening Serum: Combines depigmenting actives with different mechanisms of action for optimal results in skin hyperpigmentation problems of all e.. See More
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Lightening Serum: Combines depigmenting actives with different mechanisms of action for optimal results in skin hyperpigmentation problems of all etiologies.
Helps restore radiance and unifies skin tone.
Cabinet use mode
- Add LIGHTENING SHOCK over the appropriate foundation for the skin type and treatment to be performed.
- The application protocol is indicated in the leaflet included in the package.
- Shake before use.
- Add the useful content of a Lightening Shock pipette (approximately 0.5ml) to the Eclatium cream and use according to the treatment protocol below.
- Its application is also recommended with a cream or alginate mask, gel or conductive cream used in devices to enhance the results. Various concentrates can be combined together to customize treatments.
- In cases of marked hyperpigmentation, an additional shock of depigmenting actives can be provided with the help of a fine brush in the areas with more pigmentation and let it act for 3 to 5 minutes.
Add 0.5ml (one pipette) of Lightening Shock to your usual night cream.
About skin pigmentation
- A common problem in different skin types is the appearance of hyperpigmentation. The skin pigmentation process is conditioned by the production of melanin that is synthesized in the melanocytes of the epidermis as a protective response against solar UV radiation.
- When the distribution of melanin is not homogeneous, concentrations of hyperpigmented corneocytes are formed, which give rise to spots. The origin of these dysfunctions in the production of melanin can be very diverse.
- Lightening shock provides highly effective actives in the treatment of pigmentary skin disorders and their synergistic action allows for satisfactory results in the reduction and elimination of unwanted spots. The joint action of Azeloglycine, Diacetyl Boldine, Octanedecenoic Acid and Boeravione B can delay and even inhibit melanin metabolism by decreasing the enzyme tyrosinase, directly responsible for melanogenesis.