Skincare Envy Medical Lumixyl Brightening Cream

LUMIXYL BRIGHTENING CREAM

Lighten dark spots with Envy Medical Lumixyl Brightening Crème.

Excess melanin production caused by sun damage, free radicals and aging is the cause of dark spots and discoloration. Lumixyl Brightening Crème targets this overproduction of melanin to not only fade discoloration, but also prevent it from returning. Peptide technology inhibits melanin to create a more even tone. Unlike other brightening products that use ingredients such as hydroquinone that can cause irritation, this formula does not cause flaking, dryness or inflammation. Soothing ingredients reduce irritation for an even tone and hydrate the complexion. Along with fading discoloration, this cream also creates an overall brighter complexion that looks radiant and youthful. The formula is ideal for most skin types, even sensitive.

Decapeptide-12 reduces melanin synthesis by 40%

Hydroquinone-free formula will not cause irritation

Meadowfoam seed oil hydrates and soothes skin

Target unwanted discoloration and dark spots caused by sun damage, scarring, melasma and aging with Envy Medical Lumixyl Brightening Crème.

Featured Ingredient

Decapeptide-12

A peptide that inhibits tyrosinase enzymes that produce excess melanin.

Water (Aqua) Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride Pentylene Glycol Glycerin Bis-Ethoxydiglycol Cyclohexane 1,4-Dicarboxylate Cetearyl Alcohol Dimethicone Decapeptide-12 Sodium Hyaluronate Sodium PCA Phenylethyl Resorcinol Phyllanthus Emblica Fruit Extract Panthenol Allantoin Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract Limananthes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil Cetyl Alcohol Dicetyl Phosphate Ceteth-10 Phosphate Sclerotium Gum Aminomethyl Propanol Butylene Glycol Tetrasodium EDTA Chlorphenesin Caprylyl Glycol Phenoxyethanol

Start with clean, dry skin. Apply Lumixyl Brightening Creme to skin at night, avoiding the delicate eye area. A sunscreen of at least SPF 15 should be used when using this product to protect against UV damage and hyperpigmentation caused by sun exposure. Failure to use a sunscreen can result in hyperpigmentation.