|Phasea||Ingredients||%||Quantity for ~30 ml|
|A||white lily oil||15||4,5 gr|
|A||vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate)||1||0,3 gr|
|A||emulsifier bella||8||2,4 gr|
|B||flat water||65,4||19,6 gr|
|B||sodium PCA||3||0,9 gr|
|C||kojic acid||1||0,3 gr|
|C||vitamin E||0,5||4 drops|
|C||carrot seed essential oil||0,5||4 drops|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
In two separate heat-resistant containers, add the ingredients of phases A and B. The two glasses are heated in a water bath, to 70°C, stirring from time to time.
When both phases have reached the right temperature, they are removed from the heat.
Add the contents of phase B over phase A and mix for about 3 minutes. To speed up the cooling process, place the composition over a bowl of cold water and mix for another 3 minutes.
Let the composition cool to body temperature and add the ingredients from phase C, one at a time, thoroughly mixing after each.
The cream thus obtained is transferred to the dedicated container. The consistency of the cream will be finalized the next day. pH: 5.5-6
A delicate cream with a light, non-greasy texture, suitable for normal, mixed or oily skin, useful for alleviating sunspots, age spots or post-inflammatory spots (scars, acne). The formula aims to even out skin color and brighten the skin, has a moisturizing and anti-aging effect. It can be applied on the face once a day, in the morning or in the evening, after cleansing and toning the skin. If the skincare routine also involves chemical exfoliation (with AHA/BHA), then the cream is applied 10-15 minutes after exfoliation.
The cream should be used as a treatment, for a period of 1-2 months, after which there is a break of 1-2 months. During the treatment it is necessary to photoprotect the skin during the day.
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