Do I need toners? The answer is definitely YES! Pekas Toner 50 ml by Crystal Infinity Beauty Product is the best toner for melasma by far.
Instruction to Use:
✔Cleanse your face with your favorite soap
✔Use Pekas Toner
✔Let it dry
✔Put ample amount of Pekas Cream all over your face
✔Put some cream one more time after 30 mins.
✔Best Result with Gluta Soap and Power Cream
It has a fast whitening ingredients to help your skin glowing & youthful looking everyday. It lighten the skin tone & eliminate skin pigmentation& blemishes. It moisturize & revitalizes the skin by fixing the damage skin cells resulting to smoother skin.
1. Glutathione – Anti aging and Whitening
2. Collagen – Face lift (Botox effect)
3. Lactic acid – is one of the most popular alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) in skin care reduce acne breakouts and the appearance of wrinkles and other signs of aging
4. Glycolic Acid – Derived from cane sugar: Able to penetrate skin deeply and easily, making it the most effective for treating fine lines, acne, blackheads, dullness, oiliness
5. Salicylic acid (Topical) – treatment of acne
6. Apple fruit extract – Natural astringent that can help large pores appear smaller for oily skin types. It’s tightening properties make apple perfect for toners. Also rich in natural alpha hydroxy acids that help to gently exfoliate Skin!
7. Fruit extract from paper mulberry – Whitening
8. Castor oil -. Reduces Acne. Moisturizes Skin. Fades Blemishes. Prevents Stretch Marks Reduces Pigmentation. Promotes Hair Growth.
9. Niacinamide – minimize lines and wrinkles. Regulates oil flow. Protects skin from infrared light. Hyper-pigmentation.
10. Glycerin – Moisturizer
Looking for the best toner for melasma? Worry no more! We have what you need.
The biggest difference between melasma and freckles is their appearance; freckles are “dotted spots”, while melasma come in flakes or patches on our skin area. Melasma mostly occurs on middle-aged women’s skin, besides pregnant new mothers or when they’ve just delivered their babies. In addition, melasma may occur with the melanin particles located on the epidermis (outer surface of our skin) for some people, or in the dermis layer (where most of our skin functions are carried out) among others.