What is Skarfix-TX® Dark Spots Cream?
Tranexamic acid has recently become increasingly common in skin-care products thanks to its science-backed benefits. It can treat kinds of hyperpigmentation, including acne scarring, PIH, PIE. According to research, topically-applied tranexamic acid works by inhibiting a pigment-producing enzyme in your skin called tyrosinase. This interaction keeps melanocytes or the cells that form melanin, in your skin from becoming overstimulated – which is what causes dark spots in the first place. In addition to controlling the uneven production of melanin, then Tranexamic acid will help calm the skin, reduce inflammation, and help promote the health of the skin’s natural barrier. Kojic acid can help scavenge and counteract skin-damaging free radicals caused by exposure to things such as UV damage and pollution and have anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties.
How to use Skarfix-TX® Dark Spots Cream?
- Apply on the affected skin area after proper cleansing by gently tapping it on the skin.
- With a circular motion, evenly spread the Skarfix-TX cream and allow your skin to absorb it.
- For best results apply in the morning and evening followed by sunscreen in the daytime.
Main ingredients of Skarfix-TX® Dark Spots Cream
Tranexamic Acid – helps to decrease melanin formation and restore the skin barrier to protect the skin, including the sensitive one. Tranexamic acid is a new generation molecule that inhibits melanin synthesis by interfering with the interaction between melanocytes and keratinocytes through inhibition of the plasmin system. External skin disruptors, such as UV light or injuries (like acne), cause the keratinocytes in our skin to produce plasminogen, that further start several processes like inflammation, increased tyrosinase activity, melanocyte differentiation, and transfer of melanosomes to upper skin layers. Tranexamic acid decelerates these processes by interfering with plasmin activity, and hence, in turn, indirectly inhibiting melanogenesis. Kojic acid removes dead skin cells, oil, dirt, and organisms that might be thriving on your skin. It reveals a newer skin layer and aids in reducing melanin production.
Kojic Acid Dipalmitate – removes dead skin cells, oil, dirt, and organisms that might be thriving on your skin. It reveals a newer skin layer and aids in reducing melanin production. Kojic acid is a natural crystal-like substance produced by some species of fungi, especially Aspergillus Oryzae. Kojic acid inhibits and prevents the formation of tyrosine, which is an amino acid that’s needed to produce melanin. Kojic acid can have a lightening effect because it inhibits the production of melanin and helps to fade dark spots and discoloration. It also delivers some antioxidant protection. Even though kojic acid has been declared a safe ingredient for cosmetic use.
Alpha Arbutin – works by inhibiting tyrosinase activity that limits the melanin production in your skin. Less tyrosine and less melanin lead to lesser pigmentation, dark spots, and a more even complexion. Be it age spots, acne scars, or post-blemish redness, alpha arbutin minimizes it all. Alpha arbutin is a choice brightening ingredient because it’s a derivative of hydroquinone, one of the most effective skin-lightening and spot-fading actives out there.
Tocopheryl Acetate is a specific type of Vitamin E, in a class of organic chemical compounds known as tocopherols. Vitamin E protects the skin from harmful UV rays and maintains its vitality. Vitamin E may also have an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin. Due to its higher stability, Tocopheryl Acetate is also used in vitamin E dietary supplements. The antioxidants in vitamin E are known to protect the cell from damage that naturally occurs from free radicals. These free radicals are formed in the body during normal processes (such as energy production). Tocopheryl acetate is a natural tocopherol and one of the most potent antioxidants tocopherols.