Is it indicated for me?
Beautiful and healthy skin is skin without blemishes. That is why it is important to have an ally to keep at bay those spots caused by the sun or by the passage of time.
If excess sun begins to take its toll on your skin, Azelac Ru liposomal serum is the answer. It is a base serum, which you can use throughout the year, even in summer, before applying sunscreen. It acts in depth by lightening and reducing the volume of the spots while preventing new ones from appearing.
Both for dry, combination or oily skin. For all people concerned with preventing and reducing blemishes on their skin. And throughout the year!
- 2 times a day
- Day and / or night
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- Lightens, reduces and prevents stains.
- It can be used throughout the year, even in summer.
- Demonstrated efficacy
- They can be used by high phototypes and all kinds of skins.
- Recommended in all types of hyperpigmentation.
- Active ingredients encapsulated in liposomes to achieve greater penetration and efficacy.
- It can be used alone or in combination with other depigmenting medical treatments (chemical peels, laser or IPL).
HOW TO USE
- Clean and balance your skin. With Sensyses if you are a fan of cleaning your skin with cotton pad and solution, or with Hidraven foamy cream if you prefer cleaning with water.
- Next, apply a few drops of Azelac Ru liposomal serum with a gentle massage, all over the face, neck and décolleté. The right amount is a pipette, to spread evenly.
- You can use it both in the morning and at night.
- Combine it with your usual beauty routine, always on clean skin, just before cream textures. And don’t forget to wear sunscreen!
Proven efficacyThe use of AZELAC RU Liposomal serum on melanocytes (NHEM) stimulated by UVA irradiation INHIBITS MELANIN SYNTHESIS UP TO 75%.
AZELAC RU Liposomal serum helps to prevent and reduce skin hyperpigmentation that mainly occurs after sun exposure.
* IN VITRO ANALYSIS OF THE DEPIGMENTING CAPACITY OF AZELAC RU Liposomal serum THROUGH THE QUANTIFICATION OF MELANINE IN HUMAN MELANOCITOS. BIONOS. 2018.