Brightening Serum

Glo Skin Beauty Skin Brightening Serum treats skin discolouration with a full spectrum of natural brighteners and smoothing ingredients to create a fresh glowing complexion. This skin lightening serum helps inhibit hyperpigmentation induced by cellular stress. What's more, this skin pigmentation brightening treatment smoothes and improves skin texture, revealing glowing skin below the surface.

Tyrostat™ (Rumex Occidentalis Extract) – A natural skin lightener that works by inhibiting melanin production by the tyrosinase enzyme.
Arbutin – Promotes skin lightening by blocking melanin synthesis by tyrosinase. A natural plant-based derivative of hydroquinone.
Azelaic Acid – Treats hyperpigmentation by inhibiting tyrosinase activity. Suppresses the growth of follicle bacteria and scavenges free radicals.
Morus Alba (Mulberry) Bark Extract – Brightens skin by inhibiting tyrosinase. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
Lactic Acid (L-) – A hydrating Alpha Hydroxy Acid that gently exfoliates while improving skin tone and texture including pigmentation discolorations and fine lines.
Glycolic Acid – An Alpha Hydroxy Acid that stimulates exfoliation and treats photoaging by improving skin texture, uneven pigmentation and fine lines.


All skin types including hyperpigmentation, sun and environmental damage, freckling, dullness. Not suitable for sensitive skin.

Apply a small amount of skin brightening serum to target areas or all over skin after cleansing and toning. If needed, follow with a Glo Skin Beauty moisturiser. Use twice daily.

Sun alert: the Hydroxy Acids in this skin lightening serum may increase your skin’s sensitivity to sunlight.
Wearing a sunscreen daily is highly recommended.
It is particularly important to consider sun protection during a skin brightening treatment.
Unprotected or excessive sun exposure can delay or inhibit results and even exacerbate existing hyperpigmentation problems.

This product is part of a professional skincare range specifically designed by dermatologists to be used on both normal and post-procedure treated skin.

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