Alpha Arbutin helps to minimize the appearance of spots and hyperpigmentation. It’s used at a higher concentration of 2% than the industry norm of 1%, and it’s backed up by a next-generation form of Hyaluronic Acid for improved distribution. Arbutin and Beta Arbutin have a much weaker effect than Alpha Arbutin.
Note: If the pH of the formulation is not optimal, Alpha Arbutin is highly susceptible to degradation in the presence of water. The pH of this formula is about 4.9, which has been shown to be the best pH for minimizing Alpha Arbutin degradation.
As part of your skincare routine, apply a few drops to your face in the morning and evening. In the morning, wear sunscreen. If annoyance occurs, discontinue usage and seek medical advice. On unbroken skin, use only as guided. It is recommended that you test the product on a patch before using it. Keep out of children’s control.
Patch checks are a simple way to see whether you’re likely to have a negative reaction to a new product. Before adding every new product to your routine, it’s a good idea to do a patch test. Based on the type of product, we’ve outlined a general method for performing your own patch test below.
- A small amount of the substance should be applied to a clean region of the upper forearm.
- Keep the place as dry as possible.
- If the product specifies a time limit for use, rinse after the time has passed. Otherwise, wait 24 hours before rinsing.
- Do not use the product if you notice any redness, burning, scratching, blistering, or discomfort at any point during the test.