The only arbutin-based cocktail that inhibits the production of melanin, gradually reducing skin pigmentation in selected areas, brightens the skin and evens out its tone. It is recommended for skin with discolorations related to uneven distribution of pigment and UV rays. It also reduces age-related discoloration. The effect of the White In treatment is brighter, more elastic skin. In the case of chloasma, the effect of complete whitening occurs. The improvement in the appearance of the skin is visible after the first use of White In.
It is important to consistently pay special attention to solar radiation throughout the year during the White In treatment. Each whitening treatment will be short-lived unless appropriate protection of the skin against ultraviolet radiation is used. In case of prolonged exposure to sunlight, a cream with a high protection factor should be used. It is also recommended to use sunscreen during the day all year round
Arbutin – a natural substance that is obtained from bearberry. It is a derivative of hydroquinone but is not toxic. The action begins with the synthesis of melanin and the enzyme (tyrosine), which is responsible for catalysing the reaction. In the White In product, arbutin has a greater impact due to nanostructures such as β cyclodextrins.
Glutathione – an excellent antioxidant produced by the human body. Neutralizes free radicals. The latest research shows that glutathione in combination with arbutin and other substances enhance the effect of depigmenting factors, which allows for reducing the duration of action and increasing the effectiveness of whitening substances – even skin tone and lighten spots and discolorations.
Azelaic acid – made on the basis of yeast; has a double mechanism of action, because it is both an antioxidant and an inhibitor of melanogenesis. Does not cause skin irritation.
Changes in the epidermis
Café au lait stains
Sun spots (face, neckline, bottom of hands and feet)
Skin and epidermal nevi disseminated
Prevention of discoloration in patients using sun-sensitizing medications