What is Rejusure® Arbutin, Hyaluronic & Kojic Acids Face Serum?
Rejusure® Arbutin, Hyaluronic & Kojic Acids Face Serum contains Alpha Arbutin, an advanced skin lightening component that has been scientifically tested to minimize hyperpigmentation and blemishes.
Rejusure 2% Alpha Arbutin + 2% Hyaluronic Acid + 1% Kojic Acid is an advanced antipigment formula. Perfect for correcting melasma, dark spots, and blemishes, Rejusure combines potent anti-melanin ingredients.
Alpha arbutin and kojic acid are safe and efficient for evening skin tone. They regulate melanin secretion to create a uniform, featureless, blemish-free skin color. By lightening dark spots and melasma, Kojic and alpha-arbutin acid smooth and brighten the complexion. They lead to a glassy, glowing, and bright skin surface.
Rejusure implies key skincare ingredients in this serum. Hyaluronic acid is the staple of modern dermatological treatments. Because of its multitasking properties, It corrects other skin issues usually related to hyperpigmentation. Hyaluronic acid is a potent humectant, thoroughly moistening and hydrating the skin for a soft feeling. By increasing the skin water content, Hyaluronic acid creates volume. It fills creases, fading fine lines, and wrinkles, and may reduce scars appearance.
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring compound in the skin. It is a biomarker of healthy and young skin.
What is Alpha Arbutin?
Arbutin is an analogue of hydroquinone. It is a naturally occurring compound abundant in fruits like blueberry. It is one of the natural skin brighteners, such as vitamin C and kojic acid.
The advantage of arbutin over hydroquinone in skin brightening is the safety and toxicity-free properties of arbutin. Hydroquinones can have long-term toxicity on melanocytes. Unlike hydroquinones, Alpha arbutin regulates melanin secretion and production without damaging melanocytes.
Melanin synthesis is under multiple factors’ influence, including epigenetic adaptations, hormonal changes, pregnancy, environmental conditions, and nutritional status. Arbutin prevents excess and altered melanin secretion by inhibiting the enzyme tyrosine kinase. Additionally, it prevents reactive hyperpigmentation through its antioxidant properties. Alpha arbutin scavenges free radicals before they can cause damage leading to abnormal melanin secretion or scarring.
Studies have revealed that moderate amounts of alpha-arbutin may transform into hydroquinone. Alpha arbutin may be toxic for melanocytes, despite being safer than hydroquinones for skin brightening.
How to use Rejusure 2% Alpha Arbutin + 2% Hyaluronic Acid + 1% Kojic Acid Facial Serum?
- Apply a pea-sized volume on your fingertips and rub both palms together.
- Smear on your face covering all the surface and not only the hyperpigmented areas
- Apply at nighttime and use sunscreen at daytime as arbutin acid may make your skin sensitive to UV light.