Melasma / pekas sa mukha? Wala na bang lunas? Pwes, nagkakamali ka! Ngayun solve na ang problema mo sa murang halaga! Dahil may pekas remover na..Ilabas ang ganda!
Pekas or Melasma is a sign of Aging and Skin Damage due to chemical peeling agents and other cosmetics.
CLINICALLY AND DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED AND PRESCRIBED
Your best melasma treatment. Also treats dark spots on face.
Pekas Remove Cream used for:
✔Balancing skin tone
✔Hyperpigmentation caused by over sun exposure
Pekas (Freckles) or Melasma is a sign of Aging and Skin Damage due to chemical peeling agents and other cosmetics.
Crystal Infinity Pekas Remover Cream is a natural agent to remove Pekas sa mukha, Melasma without any invasive procedure. Its active ingredients such as lemon juice extract, honey extract, papaya extract, sour cream, onion leaves oil helps you renew and remove the discoloration of your face in a very natural way. Safe for Pregnant & Lactating Women.
It is a mild combination of our best seller products to attain the best result and maximized each products benefit. Clinically tested and prescribed for people who suffers discoloration, melasma, dark spots, because of aging. It will helps you have glowing and beautiful skin.
- Malesma and Highly pigmentation skin
- Specially designed to cure pekas
- DTI registered
- FDA approved
- Dermatologically tested
- Safe & Effective
HOW TO USE PEKAS REMOVER CREAM
✔Cleanse your face with your favorite soap
✔Use Pekas Toner
✔Put ample amount all over your face
✔Let it dry
✔Put some cream one more time after 30 mins.
✔Best Result with Gluta Soap and Power Cream
Safe for Pregnant & Lactating Women
Difference between Freckles and Melasma
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, it 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.