Fade-Out Extra Care Fade Cream - Night - 50ml
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For the ultimate revitalising, skin lightening treat while you sleep. Put it on just before you go to bed and let Fade Out works its magic. Helps lighten pigmentation marks. Clinically tested. ++skin whitener ++skin bleacher
Fade Out Extra Care Night Cream brightens and revitalises your skin while you sleep. In addition to Fade Out's key ingredients, Mulberry, Bearberry and Liquorice, Extra Care Night cream contains Vitamins A, C & E for a beauty boost overnight. Use it before you go to bed to your 8 hour's beauty sleep. Fade Out Extra Care Night Cram is designed to;
- Improve / even out skin tone
- Lift Age spots and Liver spots
- Fade Freckles and Sun spots
- Lighten and brighten skin tone
- Fade any other brown pigmentation marks
Extra Care Night Cream contains:
Zyalight - Fade Out's proven lightening complex
Mulberry, Bearberry and Liquorice extracts - natural lightening ingredients
Lactic Acid and Sodium Lactate - natural lightening ingredient and skin protector
Vitamin A - helps produce more collagen (to reduce fine lines & wrinkles)
Vitamin C & E - anti-oxidants which brighten skin and protect against free radicals
Macadamia Oil - excellent natural emollient
How does Fade Out work?
Skin whitening and lightening sounds scary but that's not what Fade Out products are about. Fade Out products are simply made to help you achieve a flawless, gorgeous even skin tone.
Fade Out works by encouraging your skin to produce less melanin. Natural ingredients such as Lactic Acid, Sodium Lactate, Mulberry extract, Bearberry extract and Liquorice extract work to suppress the melanin production process
We recommend you use Fade Out regularly - when you stop, your skin will produce what it considers is the natural amount of melanin, which may not be to your preference.
Fade Out is made with natural ingredients, so your skin can reach your desired effect naturally and gradually. Find out more about each of the key ingredients used in Fade Out products below.
Bears enjoy Bearberries which is how the fruit got its name. However humans can eat them too. The latin name for this fruit is Uva ursi. The leaves of the plant are used in herbal medicine - they contain Arbutin which can inhibit melanin production and help lighten skin.
The mulberry, latin name Morus bombycis, is native to warm, subtropical regions of Asia, Africa and the Americas. Like the Bearberry, Mulberry also contains Arbutin which is known to be effective in lightening.
Liquorice is the root of Glycrrhiza glabra. It's grown in Southern Europe. Often consumed as food, but is also known for its effectiveness in skin lightening properties.
- Aosa Seaweed or Aosa
Aosa is a type of seaweed. It can help prevent wrinkles and slow the aging process of the skin by preventing the collagen and elastin (main component of skin's elastic fibres) from degrading.