THE MIRACLE KOJIC ACID, HONEY AND VITAMIN C SOAP
It's Handmade soap Naturally formulated of Ferulic Acid, Honey and Vitamin C
It nourishes the Skin to Get Rid of
Faded Skin, Wrinkles, Moles, Dark Spots, Skin Blemishes, and Whitening the Under Armpit, Knee, Under Neck, Face, Hand and Inner Thigh Areas
The Formula of this Soap Stimulate the Epidermal cells to launch more readily, opening up the clogged pores and neutralizing bacteria inside by constricting the pores in diameter and allowing room for growth of new cells.
Ferulic Acid and Vitamin C Formula Effects
While relatively few studies have tested ferulic acid’s effects on the skin, there’s some evidence that applying this it has some protective effects. In a small study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology in 2008, for example, an experiment involving 10 healthy volunteers demonstrated that a topical antioxidant mixture consisting of vitamin C, ferulic acid, and phloretin helped shield skin from the harmful effects of exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays and help to shape it.
Additionally, a preliminary study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology in 2005 found that a mixture of ferulic acid, vitamin C, and vitamin E help fight sun-induced damage to the skin by reducing oxidative stress.
- Moisturizes the skin deeply
- Acts as a Pore Cleanser
- Gentle Exfoliator
- Lightens Scars
- Heal Sunburn
- Fights Acne and Pimples
- Hydrates the skin
- Reduces Wrinkle
- Brightens Skin Complexion
- Sun damage: Also called sunspots, solar lentigines, or liver spots, people can develop dark spots on their skin after being exposed to the sun or tanning beds. Areas of the body that receive the most sun exposure, such as the face, hands, or arms, are most likely to develop sun spots.
- Hormonal change: Melasma is a skin condition that leads to small patches of skin discoloration. The condition is more common in women, especially during pregnancy. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, hormones may trigger melasma.
- Inflammation: Certain medications can increase skin pigmentation and lead to dark spots. The most common culprits are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), tetracyclines, and psychotropic drugs.
- Wound healing: Dark spots may remain after an insect bite, burn, or cut heals. These may fade with time.
- Irritation: Cosmetic skin or hair products can irritate the skin, causing dark patches to form.
- Diabetes: Diabetes can cause areas of the skin to become darker. Conditions associated with diabetes include acanthosis nigricans, which causes darkened, velvety skin, and shin spots or diabetic dermopathy, which people may confuse with age spots.