bio10 forte M-lasma
depigmenting treatment for dark spots of hormonal origin
Intensive treatment that reduces and eliminates existing dark sports and prevents the appearance of new marks of hormonal origin, with a combination of ingredients that incorporates the exclusive B-CORE221TM depigmenting technology, a targeted encapsulation and release system. It acts directly on the melanin-producing cells where it releases all the encapsulated active ingredient for maximum efficacy.
How can I recognise dark spots of hormonal origin? Diffuse and irregular dark spots. These tend to appear on both sides of the face, symmetrically, on areas exposed to the sun.
- Application and recommendation
Who is this right for?
People worried about post-inflammatory dark spots.
How to use
Cleanse, then apply a small amount to the face, neck and décolletage, massaging in gently until fully absorbed.
It is not a photosensitizer and so can be applied all year round, even in summer, and it is suitable for pregnant and nursing mothers.
B-CORE 221™ TechnologyCombination of active ingredients with a smart delivery system
Tiny, smart capsules transport the active ingredient straight the basal layer fully intact, without wasting time or any of the active substance.With sensors that target the melanocyte without wasting time or any of the active substance.Designed to attach correctly and solely to the melanocyte where it is absorbed and releases 100% of the active ingredient, for quick, effective depigmentation. Kojic Acid Blocks the tyrosinase enzyme that triggers melanin production. Stable vitamin C An antioxidant that neutralises free radicals and fades existing melanin spots. Sclareolide Prevents pigmentation induced by external skin irritants (UV radiation, blue light, pollution…) Marine Exopolysaccharide Blocks melanosome transference to superficial layers of the epidermis. Acts on dark spots caused by pollution. Langsat extract Controls hormonal induced melanin formation by regulating tyrosinase, inhibiting melanin synthesis and increasing microRNA pigmentation gene expression.