Glossier™ Melanin Correcting Facial Serum


Glossier™ Melanin Correcting Facial Serum

Experience Sharing from Customers

“I have post-surgical pigmentation, which makes me feel quite anxious about my face. I’m glad I tried this serum since it really does work like magic. My dark facial pigmentation has significantly lessened in just under two months thanks to it! This face serum is my holy grail.”

– Sarah Miller,Toronto⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“As I’ve gotten older, I’ve noticed that my skin has become less firm and more prone to fine lines and wrinkles. But after using Youthful™ Super-B Dark Spot Corrector Serum for just one week, I can already see a difference in the firmness and elasticity of my skin. It feels smoother and looks more toned, and I’ve even noticed a reduction in the fine lines around my eyes. I’m thrilled with the results!”

– Elizabeth Davis,Alabama⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Achieve Bright & Even out Skin Tone!

GLOSSIER™ Melanin Correcting Facial Serum has been clinically proven to lighten and eliminate dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and melasma: the acids gently fade and peel dark spots to expose brighter skin. The hue of this serum can range from light amber to dark brown due to the natural elements in its mix.

 Clinically Proven

Dermatologist and dermatology expert Dr. Naomi Hosteller has been practicing for over ten years. She is renowned for her expertise in skin health and for the way she uses cutting-edge cosmetic procedures and dermatological technologies to create and maintain the most natural-looking skin. Additionally, she recommends GLOSSIER™ Melanin Correcting Facial Serum as one of the top products for eradicating dark spots and avoiding hyperpigmentation.

What causes Hyperpigmentation & Dark Spots?

Hyperpigmentation, a common skin disorder that happens when the skin generates too much melanin, can cause dark patches on the face. Scarring, age, sun exposure, and other factors can all contribute to hyperpigmentation.

Skin pigmentation occurs due to the presence of a pigment called melanin in the skin. Melanin is produced by cells called melanocytes, which are found in the lower layers of the skin. The amount of melanin produced by melanocytes is determined by a number of factors, including genetics, hormones, and environmental factors.

How to use

1. Wash and dry your face.

2. Dispense 2-3 drops onto the palm of clean hand and use fingertips to massage into face and neck until fully absorbed.

3. Follow up with your favorite moisturizer. Repeat morning and night.

Product Details

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