Inhibit melanin production: Melanin is one of the main factors leading to the formation of discolouration. You can choose to add ingredients that inhibit melanin production, such as antioxidants, tyrosinase inhibitors, tyrosinase inhibitors, etc., to reduce melanin synthesis and deposition to lighten discolouration.
Promote melanin metabolism: Promoting melanin metabolism and breakdown is also an effective strategy to lighten spots. You can choose to add ingredients that have the ability to promote melanin metabolism, such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Squalane and Arbutin, to help your skin naturally lighten discolouration.
Inhibit tyrosinase activity: Tyrosinase is an important enzyme in melanin formation, you can choose to add ingredients that inhibit tyrosinase activity, such as ferulic acid and methyl ferulate, to reduce melanin formation and deposition.
Exfoliation: Pigmentation is often associated with the accumulation of aged keratin. By adding ingredients with exfoliating properties, such as fruit acids, enzymes and salicylic acid, you can remove aged keratin from the surface of the skin and boost metabolism to help lighten discolouration.
Anti-inflammatory and Repair: Some discolouration can be linked to inflammatory responses and skin damage. Choosing to add anti-inflammatory and repairing ingredients such as aloe vera, green tea extract and allantoin can soothe the skin and promote repair and regeneration.
Sun protection: UV rays from the sun are one of the main triggers for the formation of pigmentation. Ensure that your product is formulated with appropriate physical or chemical sunscreens to provide effective UV protection and prevent new discolouration from forming.
Moisturise and nourish the skin: Maintaining the skin’s moisture balance is an important factor in skin health and the fading of discolouration. The addition of moisturising and nourishing ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid, Glycerin and natural oils help to retain moisture in the skin, improve skin texture and even out areas of discolouration.
The principle of light spots, mainly to reduce the uneven distribution of melanin, this aspect of the application of the more widely used is the translucent acid, you can use 1% to 2% of the translucent acid with vc derivatives, the effect is not bad!
The development of light spot products can be approached from several dimensions, such as reducing melanin production, anti-inflammatory, repairing the skin barrier, and anti-photoaging.
Many of the common lightening ingredients are more or less irritating to the skin, so what can you do to avoid skin barrier damage?
Whitening raw materials with very important, do not recommend a separate whitening raw materials to his amount of heap very high, it is best to whitening raw materials to do a collocation, such as niacinamide can ride some vc derivatives, arbutin and so on.
The system can add some ingredients conducive to barrier repair, such as sodium hyaluronate, green prickly fruit oil, ceramides, squalane, dextran, etc. People with spots on the face are generally accompanied by barrier damage, and the addition of these ingredients is just enough to repair their barrier function. In addition, you can also compound some soothing anti-inflammatory ingredients, try to neutralise the irritation brought about by the blemish-reducing ingredients.
Can a spot lightening serum start mainly from an anti-glycation point of view? Can I be assured of the ultimate light spot effect?
Light spots can start from the anti-glycation, the effect is also okay, but it will be slower (will affect the test results of the certificate), the mechanism is anti-glycation will reduce the production of glyoxal, can reduce the accumulation of lipofuscin, play the effect of light spots. It is advisable to match some regular whitening ingredients if you want to get a certificate.
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