Ulti-Bright Hyaluronic Lightener w/ Hywhite

This super-hydrating, skin-brightening serum is a highly effective pigment correction agent. Formulated with HyWhite, a synergistic complex of alpha linolenic acid and low molecular weight hyaluronic acid, designed to penetrate to a deep level in the skin to provide significant lightening benefits, while delivering intense hydration where it’s needed most.

Private Label Ulti-Bright Hyaluronic Lightener w/ Hywhite

why it's different

Smart Lightening
Formulated with HyWhite, an alpha linolenic acid that works to help control tyrosinase activity in order to normalize the over-production of melanin in the skin. 

Smart Hydration
Low molecular weight hyaluronic acid is significantly smaller in size than standard HA, which allows it penetrate the skin to a much deeper level. Our hyaluronic acid soaks in easily to instantaneously recharge moisture levels and restore skin’s suppleness. In addition, hyaluronic acid is a hydrophilic humectant that continuously draws water from the air, thereby steadily replenishing hydration over time. 

Unrivaled Efficacy
Each ingredient is used in its most effective form, and was specifically selected for its ability to affect real results on the skin.

key benefits

  • Lightens discoloration
  • Evens skin tone & improves complexion
  • Provides intense moisture
  • Normalizes melanin production

skin concerns

  • Dark spots & skin discoloration
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Skin Dehydration

how it works

Melanogenesis is the body’s biological process to synthesize melanin, which is responsible for the skin’s pigmentation. A key enzyme for this process is tyrosinase which play a major role in melanin synthesis. One of the causes of hyperpigmentation is an over-production of melanin, which collects in the skin and appears as dark spots. Tyrosinase inhibitors work to normalize melanin production, which results in a more even skin tone and a reduction in the appearance of these dark spots. 

Hyaluronic Acid is found naturally within the human body, and becomes depleted over time. It is a hydrophilic glycosaminoglycan, a compound that occurs as one of the chief components of connective tissue. The greatest concentrations of hyaluronic acid are found within the skin. It is these high levels that give younger skin its suppleness and elasticity. As we age, the body’s ability to produce hyaluronic acid drops considerably, decreasing skin’s moisture levels. Hyaluronic acid is hydrophilic in nature, meaning that it has the unique ability to draw water to itself like a magnet.