What is G-Lite® Hyperpigmentation Cream?
Oxyresveratrol 95% – Oxyresveratrol functions as a skin whitening/lightening agent by inhibiting tyrosinase activity. It shows 30/35 times stronger inhibition than Kojic acid and 10/12 times stronger than Licorice Extract. Very strong antioxidant activity coupled with antiglycation and UV protection ability enables wrinkle-free glowing skin.
Oxyresveratrol is a 100% Natural Product, isolated from medicinal plants widely distributed in Asia, Artocarpus Lakoocha and Mulberry. It is NOT a synthetic material. The depigmenting effect of Oxyresveratrol works through the reversible inhibition of tyrosinase activity rather than the suppression of the expression of the tyrosinase enzyme.
Oxyresveratrol showed NO toxicity in the human skin irritation tests, eye irritation tests, sensitization tests, and acute Oral toxicity tests. Extremely low concentration is enough in formulation[ 0.1 to 0.25%] compared to other popular products,
Skin whitening activity, the onset, significant whitening, optimum whitening periods, and percentage whitening for Oxyresveratrol are far superior compared to any of the known compounds, both natural and synthetic.
Good water solubility and stability in water solution is extremely favorable for the preparation of personal care products compared to others. Recently reported Anti-aging, Antifungal, Antioxidant, and Anti-inflammatory activities of oxyresveratrol on the skin, position it as Unique and superior to all the known skin care product known to date.
Mulberry Extract – in our cells, the active enzyme called tyrosinase is responsible for the production of melanin (better known as pigmentation) in our body. What the mulberry leaf extract does is slow down or prevent this enzyme from producing melanin. Therefore effectively preventing hyperpigmentation from appearing on the upper layers of the skin.
Not only that, but mulberry leaf extract is also a nutritious ingredient, Mulberry Extract helps strengthen the skin’s natural barrier to protect it from UV rays. This also helps reduce free radical damage to the skin. Free radical damage has been known to cause aging acceleration, loss of skin elasticity, and lines and wrinkles to appear.
Kojic Acid – inhibits and prevents the formation of tyrosine, which is an amino acid that’s needed to produce melanin. Melanin is the pigment that affects hair, skin, and eye color. Because it inhibits the production of melanin, kojic acid can have a lightning effect.
Hyaluronic Acid – helps skin stretch and flex and reduces skin wrinkles and lines. Hyaluronic acid is also proven to help wounds heal faster and can reduce scarring
Octinoxate – is a type of UV filter. It absorbs UVB rays from the sun, protecting the skin from the damage these rays can cause. It is a common type of UV filter in the U.S. and appears in sunscreens, moisturizers, lip balms, and other products.
Niacinamide – offers plenty of restorative perks from the inside out, but it can bring a special new buoyancy to the skin. Everyone loves a skincare multitasker – an ingredient that makes others perform better and cuts down on serum slathering time (without sacrificing that sought-after glow).
Arbutin – is derived from the leaves of fruits such as bearberry (uva-ursi), pear, and cranberry, and it is sometimes made synthetically. Arbutin is used by dermatologists as a topical skin-lightening agent for treating hyperpigmentation. It is categorized as a plant extract and tyrosinase inhibitor (a fancy word for a skin-lightening agent).
Licorice – inhibits the production of an enzyme needed to produce melanin (pigment) in the skin, helps remove excess melanin, and has anti-inflammatory benefits.
After cleaning the skin, evenly apply a peanut size (about 0.5 gm) G-Lite Cream on the face or on the affected area. Massage gently till it absorbs completely. For best results, use in the morning and night or as recommended by a Dermatologist. Discontinue use and consult a doctor immediately for any case of adverse reaction.
G-Lite cream should not be mixed with any AHA &/or BHA preparation or other preparation which makes skin sensitive like exfoliating & peeling products, etc. It is advised to keep it as a separate regime at either time day or night or as suggested by a dermatologist.