Gives you superior odor protection and intensive underarm whitening
- 24-hours odor and sweat protection
- Brightens underarm dark spots
- Slows down underarm hair growth
- Contains all natural whitening extracts that are safe for all ages and skin types
MECHANISM OF ACTIONS:
The combinations of natural ingredients of Kojic and Licorice Extract and other natural cosmeceutical ingredients help brighten & whiten skin, remove dead skin cells and make skin becomes naturally soft, smooth and lighter. It also helps to prevent unwanted body odors with its fresh deodorizing. Kojic Dipalmitate reduces hyperpigmentation by inhibiting the production of free tyrosinase, fades areas of unwanted pigmentation by disrupting the production and distribution of melanin in the skin by targeting overactive melanocytes (pigment-producing cells), while Licorice Extract induces skin lightening by dispersing melanin. Other cosmeceutical ingradients such as Niacinamide further reduces hyperpigmentation. Study done on pigmented reconstructed epidermis (PREP) showed that niacinamide interferes with the interaction between keratinocytes and melanocytes, thereby inhibiting melanogenesis. It also modulates the protease-activated receptor (PAR-2) that is involved in the transfer of melanosomes from melanocytes to surrounding keratinocytes. Clinical trials using 2% niacinamide have shown that it significantly reduces the total area of hyperpigmentation and increases skin lightness after 4 weeks of treatment. There is a plateau in treatment effect which could be due to balance between the up-regulation of melanogenesis in the hyperpigmented area and the down-regulation by niacinamide. Alternatively, the plateau could reflect the fraction of the hyperpigmented area that is sensitive to niacinamide treatment. The study also showed that the daily use of niacinamide with sunscreen was effective in reducing hyperpigmentation and in increasing lightness of basal skin colour compared with sunscreen alone. 1
Beaublends™ Advance White Deo & Antiperpirant contains the following top natural cosmeceutical whitening ingredients to address hyperpigmentation, enhance the beauty and provide additional health-related benefit. 2
- NIACINAMIDE – reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation, redness, yellowing, and blotchy spots on the face. Additionally, can help preserve levels of NADH and NADPH, it contributes to the support of the skin’s barrier against pollutants and other irritants
- KOJIC DIPALMITATE – reduces hyperpigmentation by inhibiting the production of free tyrosinase and is also a potent antioxidant.
- LICORICE EXTRACT – Liquiritin is another main active ingredient of Licorice extract, and it induces skin lightening by dispersing melanin
- N-ACETYL GLUCOSAMINE (NAG)- reduces the amount of melanin in melanocytes, thereby improving hyperpigmentation and skin tone. It inhibits the conversion of pro-tyrosinase to tyrosinase and also affects the genes involved in hyperpigmentation.
Beaublends™ Advance White Deo & Antiperpirant utilizes the latest technological advancements in fermentation and probiotics to deliver safe and effective odor neutralization of undesirable body odors.
- ALUMINUM CHLOROHYDRATE – a deodorant astringent that provides all day protection from wetness with delightful fragrance.
- SACCHAROMYCES FERMENT – a vegetable derived enzyme that helps break down odor-causing compounds caused from the bacteria breakdown of sweat. In essence, these enzymes provide bioconversion of a wide range of malodorous substances caused by perspiration.
Beaublends™ Advance White Deo & Antiperpirant helps minimize skin pores, repair broken skin and slows down hair growth naturally. 3
- WITCH HAZEL EXTRACT – contains tannins that help fight bacteria, tightens pores and washes away oil and dirt particles from the skins surface. It is an ideal pore minimizer, antimicrobial, antifungal, and antibacterial elements that cleanse the skin and treat blemishes.
- SOY BEAN EXTRACT – an effective anti-inflammatory, antioxidative, collagen stimulating, skin lightening. It also helps protect against UV radiation and removal of undesired hair growth.
DIRECTION FOR USE:
Apply Beaublends™ Advance White Deo & Antiperpirant using cotton to dark spot area and wipe thoroughly until fully absorbed into the skin. Apply to clean skin once daily, in the morning.
Why is this topical instead of spray or roll on? Underarm skin builds up dead skin cells, body oil and sweat. This causes darkening, decrease efficacy of any underarm deodorant and may even cause body odor. The skin is also absorbing several layers of underarm protection and skin brightening. If these layers are not cleaned properly may also cause darkening. By applying the underarm solution with the use of cotton every day, this prevents build up of dead skin, oils, sweat and cream. This also allows underarm to be more refreshed and cleansed, resulting to better absorption of the active whitening ingredients, achieving faster whitening effect, and better application for a more refine pores, thinner shaft for hair & retarded growth.
This product is very safe for all ages and skin types. It does not cause exfoliation which may cause skin to itch and darken.
Contains NO Hydroquinone. NO Parabens. NO Retinoic Acid
The clinical anti-aging effects of topical kinetin and niacinamide in Asians: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, split-face comparative trial / Pin-Chi Chiu MD, Chih-Chieh Chan MD, Hui-Min Lin and Hsien-Ching Chiu MD / Version of Record online: 30 NOV 2007 / DOI: 10.1111/j.1473-2165.2007.00342.x
Cosmeceuticals for Hyperpigmentation: What is Available? / Rashmi Sarkar, Pooja Arora,1 and K Vijay Garg / J Cutan Aesthet Surg. 2013 Jan-Mar; 6(1): 4–11.
Dermatological and Cosmeceutical Benefits of Glycine Max (Soybean) and its Active Components./ Muhammad Khurram Waqas, Naveed Akhtar, Rehan Mustafa, Muhammad Jamshaid, Haji Muhammad Shoai Khan and Ghulam Murtaza / Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica ñ Drug Research, Vol. 72 No. 1 pp. 3ñ11, 2015
Tyrosinase Inhibition Comparative Study / Assays for mammalian tyrosinase: a comparative study / Jara JR, Solano F, Lozano JA./ Pigment Cell Res. 1988;1(5):332-9