ALL GOOD THINGS FOR YOUR SKIN
Mulberries have the ability to make you look young and fresh. They contain resveratrol, which protects the skin from harmful UV rays. Mulberries are abundant in antioxidants, which are great anti-aging agents. They keep your skin blooming and free of wrinkles. The antioxidants in mulberries such as beta-carotene neutralize the free radicals that damage skin and cause fine lines.
The lactic acid in milk help relieve sun tan and pigmentation. It has skin-lightening properties that aid in getting rid of dead cells and unwanted tan. It creates a thin protein film that protects skin from UV rays and helps reveal soft skin underneath. milk enzymeshydrate the skin and help reflect its natural glow.
Saxifraga flower extracts are rich in antioxidants that help brighten the skin. It is exceptionally active in figthing dark spots, discolorations and skin pigmentations. It helps regulate the levels of tyrosinase within skin that inhibit the excess growth of melanin production. It has astringent properties that help tighten the pores and evens out the skin texture.
How to use?
Step 1: Take a coin-sized amount of "WhiteGlow Facial Foam" on your finger tips. Gently cleanse your face and neck using circular motions for few minutes. Wash it off with cool water.
Step2: Now take 2 or 3 drops of Serum on your finger tips. Gently rub-in the serum using circular motions into the skin.
Step 3: Now use a small amount of "WhiteGlow Night Crème" before going to bed to replenish the skin cells. Apply it all over your face and neck using circular motions to moisturize for a final finish.
My pores have disappeared just after a week's use of this product!
I have tried many night creams but after using this i got addicted to this ..u will need very less amount n it hydrates so well im morning u can see your skin shining ...u will notice the change from 1 apply only
Used it from so many months. Now using 2nd bottle and just love it.
Really amazed by the results, a must try product!
Very effective! definately give it a try