This powerful extra strength formulation has been especially developed to address the problem of very dark & resistant hyperpigmentation.
• Dioic acid derivative is a powerful inhibitor of Melanin production & penetrates deeply through the epidermal skin layer, giving better & faster results. In addition, the powerful Azelaic acid, Phytic acid & Salicylic acid bleach and exfoliate the skin.
• Stronger formulation with sun protection factor SPF15 is included. We recommend using sun blockex® SPF 50 for quicker results.
• Excellent for dark skins with penetration enhancers.
• Deep dermal pigmentation
• Apply a thin layer on a clean face or body, twice a day.
• Use a high Sun protection cream after Lightenex® Plus.
• Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes
Keep out of reach of children
It is essential to wear a high sun protection cream on top of Lightenex® Plus, e.g. Moisturix® spf 25 or Sun Blockex® spf 50 (total sun block) to avoid further damage from the sun.
Can cause mild irritation & tingling for a few minutes after application.
It is a well known fact that the darker skin toned people use drastic measures in order to lighten skin, but:
• Do NOT use skin lighteners containing Hydroquinone.
• Do NOT use bleaching cream containing steroids.
These can cause permanent skin damage including permanent redness, thinning and blood vessel streaks.
• Do NOT use creams containing mercury as this is a poison.
Reduce tyrosinase synthesis
• Octadecenedioic acid (O.D.A)
• Sophora flavescens
• Actinidia chenensis
• Sodium Lactate
• Lactic Acid
• Citrus unshiu extract (Tyramine)
• Linoleic acid
• Nano-liposomal molecule to increase delivery to melanocytes
• Kojic dipalmitate
• African bearberry (arbutin)
• Mulberry extract (arbutin)
• Liquorice extract
• Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate
Melanosome Transfer inhibitor
How it works
Lightenex® Plus can help you get rid of even the darkest and most resistant hyperpigmentation.
Why use Lightenex® Plus?
Lightenex® Plus cream is designed to help with dark skin tones or dark patches.
Dark skin tones suffer more from:
• Changes in the texture of the skin
• The appearance of small, brown or black bumps
(dermatosis papulosa nigra)
(dark marks or discolourations)
• Loss of volume of the skin