Pure Lightening Pure Lightening

CLARIFYING

Pure Lightening

 

FACE CREAM: REDUCING SPOTS AND BLOCKING MELANIN

 

INDICATION: TO HELP PROTECT FROM OXYDATION AND DELIVER A MORE HARMONIZED COMPLEXION

 

SKIN TYPE: COMBINATION & OILY SKIN TYPES

 

 

With the high performance ingredient O.D.A.white™, the cream reduces the synthesis of melanin and boosts your skin's ability to regenerate, reducing visibility of uneven skin tone and dark spots. Powerful antioxidants: Edelweiss and pure vitamin C support your skin's natural renewal cycle, reveal a freshened, brighter tone.

With Swiss Edelweiss extract, PURE LIGHTENING harmonizes skin complexion and gives you lighter, clearer skin.

 

RESULTS:

- Pigmentation irregularities and dark spots are less visible

- Skin complexion appears harmonized and brighter

- Your skin tone appears lighter and more radiant

 

 

Pure Lightening Pure Lightening

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Edelweiss Pictogram

Pure Suisse Laboratoire face creams include 100% natural Swiss mountain Edelwiss. Edelweiss extract has demonstrated antioxidant properties.

 

Formula Active Ingredients 

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- O.D.A.white™ - Inhibits melanin synthesis

- Squalane - gentle moisturizer

- Provitamin B5 (Panthenol) - moisturizer: reduces skin inflammation

- Vitamin B3 (Niacin) - antioxidant: enables of DNA repair

- Edelweiss Extract - antioxidant properties

- Vitamin C - antioxidant: promotes collagen synthesis

- Vitamin E - antioxidant: protects cell membranes

- Bisabolol - heals skin, with anti-irritant properties 

Why should I combine cosmetics with food supplements?

Inside & Out Pictogram

 


For double action: cosmetics reach external layers of the skin and food supplements the entire body.


For maximum benefit, use in combination with PURE RADIANCE food supplement (with lycopene, green-tea extract and vitamins C & E), for a nutritional boost where cosmetics cannot go.

 

Research Findings Pure Lightening: Post-application levels of niacinamide, panthenol, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate and a-tocopheryl acetate were ≥ 11.1-, ≥ 2.6-, ≥ 29.8- and ≥ 143.4-fold increases over the basal (endogenous) levels of each substance in the skin. Concentrations of ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate and a-tocopheryl acetate were in or above levels reported to have physiologic effect. (University of Geneva Research team led by Dr. Y. Kalia Ph.D., Sept. 2011)