Perhaps Anti-Melasma cream – Perhaps Spotless is the New Black

The heat is on and our skin are directly affected by the sun and uv rays. When we have uneven skintone or unattractive brown spot patches on our faces, we looked tired, run down or skin looks lousy, resulting in looking unattractive.

I am looking for a moisturiser , a cream that i can always use after my maintenance skin care procedure at Dr Calvin Chan’s laser genesis in my previous blog entry. Perhaps Anti-Melasma cream priced at $99 , which i feel that it is very worth to get as it evens out my skin , definately better than any moisturiser or serum that priced about the same but didnt have brightening effect or GREAT ingredients like this product. Perhaps Anti-Melasma cream is currently the hot selling item, be sure to call before going down in case it is out of stock 🙂   Telephone. +65 6884 4993

Let me share more details of this wonderful product that not only lightens my skin but also is non-greasy and suitable for all skin type. Read more below :

Introducing Perhaps Anti-Melasma Cream Longan fruit extract in Perhaps cream lightens unsightly, dark spots on the face

Asian women been shown to be more susceptible to melasma in general.  Melasma has been estimated to affect up to an unhappy 40% of Asian women.[i]

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, up to 70 percent of pregnant women develop melasma.[ii] Known as the ‘mask of pregnancy’, changes in hormones during pregnancy is called chloasma.

Chloasma may cause an increase in the production of melanin, which is present naturally in the body and is the chemical that gives colour to pigments in the hair and skin. While melasma might fade after delivery for some women, there are also others who end up having the brown pigmentation patches on their faces for years or even for life.[iii] The effects of chloasma may even become more pronounced with each pregnancy.[iv]

Ideal for Asian skin, this newbie is already a worthy adversary in the skin-whitening market.  It is comes as a concentrated cream that helps revive skin after deep research and up-to-date nano technology. Aiding in the removal of old skin cells on the surface, leaving baby soft skin and reducing acne scarring,

Perhaps Anti-Melasma cream most importantly prevents melasma production in the skin. This yummy concoction rejuvenates fair skin and helps reduce dark spotting on the skin. Main ingredients of the Perhaps Anti-Melasma cream include Longan, tourmaline and pearl.

Longan extract

An amazing discovery made by Professor Usanee of Thailand showed that extracts from the seeds of a dried longan fruit has 30 times more antioxidants than Vitamin E and an incredible 50 times more whitening effect than Vitamin C. Unlike bleaching creams, the extract is free of toxins and aids in preventing the generation of melanin, dark pigments and deterioration of skin cells, collagen and elastin.

Tourmaline crystal

Tourmaline crystals have pyroelectric properties that can speed up the absorption of nutrients into the skin. This contributes to skin-healing and improves the protective mechanisms in the skin. Turn back time for youthful radiance through the energizing properties present in the tourmaline crystals.

Pearl powder

High in calcium, zinc and manganese, pearl is an excellent source for building proteins that help hydrate the skin. Along with 18 amino acids and essential minerals, pearl powder will help to bring out the glow in skin, Coupled with longan’s superior whitening properties, pearl powder leaves skin luminous and smooth like a real pearl.

Perhaps you should give this deliciously simple, yet effective cream a go this summer.

Perhaps Anti-Melasma is retailing at Only SGD99.00 at all
Renaza Wellness and Lifestyle Lab located at: 

Orchard Central #02-13 181 Orchard Rd Singapore 238896
151 Telok Ayer St Singapore 068609
Marina Bay Link Mall #B2-23 8A Marina Blvd Singapore 018984

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