Acne - a common skin disease characterized by pimples on the face, chest, and back which occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged with oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria
Age spots – abnormal color buildups due to many years of sun exposure which occur mostly on the face, neck, chest, back, and hands
Blackheads / Whiteheads – a yellow or blackish bump or plug on the skin caused by excess oils that have accumulated
Boric Acid – an ingredient that removes dirt, excess oil, and make-up, delivers a refreshing cool sensation immediately upon application, and leaves skin with immediately smooth, tight but not overly dried skin
Exfoliation – the process by which dead skin cells are removed from the skin
Freckles – pigment accumulations occuring on sun-exposed skin. They darken after exposure to sunlight.
Hydroquinone – considered as one of the most effective whitening ingredient to help lighten dark spots, pimple marks, and blemishes
Lentigines –A small, flat, tan to dark brown or black pigment resembling a freckle clinically but histologically distinct. Lentigines do not darken on exposure to sunlight, as do freckles.
Melasma – melasma is called the “mask of pregnancy”. It is a pigment that has been stimulated by hormonal influence.
Micro-Exfoliation – gives you the benefits of Exfoliation without the visible peeling and redness
Post inflammatory Hyperpigmentation – a mark remaining after the healing of an irritated skin.
Post acne pigmentation – a mark remaining after the healing of an acne
Salicylic Acid – an ingredient known for its ability to remove dead skin cells of the most upper layer of the skin and improve efficacy and absorption of other ingredients that may come with it
Tretinoin – a form of Vitamin A and is considered as one of the most effective ways of treating acne, pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads