Hyalogic LLC, Episilk, Age Spot Lightening Serum, 1 fl oz (30 ml) (Discontinued Item)
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- With Hyaluronic Acid and Gigawhite
Episilk Age Spot Lightening Serum is an effective combination of hyaluronic acid and Gigawhite. This serum is designed to target and hydrate your skin while lessening and toning age spots and skin tone.
Hyaluronic acid is the most important element of the skin that is necessary to retain moisture and provide volume, form and lift.
Gigawhite is a special blend of seven alpine plants that have been shown to lighten the appearance of age spots while evening skin tone.
Gigawhite is a blend of seven alpine plants that have been shown to lessen the appearance of age spots while evening skin tone.
Gigawhite shows evidence of lightening activity after 12 weeks of use (Asian skin) with a 5% Gigawhite solution.
At a concentration of 5% and after 12 weeks, Gigawhite shows lightening of age spots color intensity.
After cleansing in the morning and evening, lightly dampen your face and apply to the desired areas. For best results, use in conjunction with Episilk Pure Hyaluronic Acid or Coenzyme Q10 Serums.
Water, vegetable glycerin, malva sylvestris (mallow extract), primula veris extract, alchemilla vulgaris extract, melissa officinalis extract, achillea millefolium extract (gigawhite), sodium hyaluronate(hyaluronic acid), xanthan gum, silicate, chamomile extract, green tea extract, glucose, glucose oxidase, lactoperoxidase
YES: natural ingredients, fragrance free, dye free
NO: propylene glycol, mineral oil, SLS, DEA
Flakes off when I'm putting on my night cream, and this happened even after waiting for 15 mins. It appears this serum doesn't penetrate deep down into the skin, and only stays on the skin surface. Anything that stays merely on the skin surface is pretty much useless. It's also too thick. I've used other clear serums before, and it should drip out almost like water but only a bit thicker. I've had no problem with those and it never flakes when putting on the night cream. Not worth the 30 bucks definitely.