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Niacinamide also known as vitamin B3, has multiple benefits for different skin concerns like hyperpigmentation, acne, ageing and barrier repair, it is an essential ingredient for healthy and supple skin. Alpha Arbutin is a tyrosinase inhibitor which means it helps to control melanin production on your skin. It is a well-researched ingredient that does not irritate your skin and is amazing for melasma, acne scaring and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). Vitamin C is beneficial for dull skin, pigmentation, premature ageing and skin texture. The best form of vitamin C is Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate as it penetrates deeper than any other form of Vitamin C (into the dermis layer of the skin). When Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Niacinamide and Alpha Arbutin are combined, it forms a powerful blend that helps with hyperpigmentation, acne marks, dark spots and uneven tone without disturbing your skin natural barrier. It has a combination of Kakadu Plum and Licorice root extract that supports skin brightening. Algae extract, Watermelon extract, Bamboo water, Bisabolol, Panthenol and Beta-glucan hydrates and soothes the skin.
- Take 2-3 drops. Apply on clean skin. Dont skip the next stage, the moisturizer.
- Licorice Root Extract
- Aqua, Niacinamide(5%), Bamboo Water, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate(Vitamin-C)(1%), Alpha Arbutin(1%), Zinc PCA(1%), Polyglyceryl-4 Caprate, Polyglyceryl-6 Caprylate, Watermelon Fruit Extract, Licorice Root Extract, Laminaria Algae Extract, Kakadu Plum Fruit E
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“Cruelty-Free” is a PETA provided certification to brands which do not conduct product tests on animals prior to sales. Considering the vulnerability of animals and their lack of ability to give consent doesn’t make it ethical to test products meant for human use on them. Hence products that are natural or plant based could be cruelty free only if they have not been tested on animals.
Plant-based products are obtained strictly from plants parts only. They do not use artificially generated ingredients. These products can be sub-categorised under natural products but are different from them in the manner that no animal sources are used here.