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Powerful Water Serum PHA+AHA Hyaluronic acid +Niacinamide for Brightening, Acne, Scar healing

Powerful Water Serum PHA+AHA Hyaluronic acid +Niacinamide for Brightening, Acne, Scar healing

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Powerful Water Serum PHA+AHA Hyaluronic acid +Niacinamide for Brightening, Acne, Scar healing 60mL

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Effective and science-backed Ingredients:
Distilled water, Aloe vera liquid, Alcohol free witch hazel, Rose hydrosol, Glucono delta lactone(PHA), Glycolic acid(AHA), Niacinamide, Panthenol, Zinc oxide, Allantoin, Sodium hydroxide, Liquid germall plus

[Aloe vera] is a cactus-like plant that grows in desert regions around the world. Its leaves produce a gel that is rich in vitamins A, C, E, and B12.

Using aloe vera on the face has benefits because:

  • its anti-inflammatory properties can reduce pain, swelling, and soreness of wounds or injuries
  • it supports the production and release of collagen
  • it can speed up wound healing time and limits scarring
  • it reduces the healing time of first-degree and second-degree burns
  • it is effective in treating fungal and bacterial infections
  • it has an antioxidant effect that can help repair sun damage and slow down the aging process of the skin
  • it protects the skin from the damaging effects of radiation therapy
  • it contains 98% water, which helps moisturize, soothe, and hydrate the skin
  • it helps to make the skin more flexible and supple, rather than stiff and leathery
  • It has a cooling effect on rashes or sunburns

[witch hazel]

Witch hazel is a plant with powerful medicinal properties that can be used in a variety of ways. Witch hazel is an astringent with anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties. It may help relieve inflammation and fight acne, among other uses.
Some research suggests that applying witch hazel topically to sensitive skin may be beneficial in the treatment of inflamed, irritated or broken skin.

In fact, witch hazel has been shown to suppress erythema — a reddening of the skin caused by injury or irritation — by up to 27%.

One study in 40 people found that using a lotion with as little as 10% witch hazel extract was effective in reducing skin inflammation and treating erythema.

Similarly, another small study found that a topical preparation containing witch hazel was able to provide relief for sensitive or irritated facial skin.

[Glucono lactone, PHA]

Gluconolactone is a naturally-occuring poly-hydroxy acid (PHA) that’s commonly found in creams, serums, sunscreens, and exfoliating products. It’s sometimes listed as gluconic acid in ingredient lists on skincare products. Gluconolactone increases cell turnover, stimulates skin growth and repair, and helps improve the appearance of aging skin.'s%20sometimes%20listed%20as%20gluconic,the%20appearance%20of%20aging%20skin.

[Glycolic Acid, AHA]

Alpha hydroxy acids like glycolic acid work by removing the top layers of dead skin cells. Glycolic acid also seems to help reverse sun damage to the skin.

People use glycolic acid for acne, aging skin, dark skin patches on the face, and acne scars. It is also used for stretch marks and other conditions.,the%20face%2C%20and%20acne%20scars.


Here are the top six niacinamide benefits:

  1. Boost hydration: Niacinamide may enhance the function of your skin’s lipid barrier (a layer of water and oil that protects your skin). This helps lock moisture in and keep pollutants or other potential irritants out, making your skin more hydrated and less sensitive.
  2. Calm redness: Niacinamide has been shown to ease inflammation, which can help calm redness due to conditions like acne, rosacea and eczema. It can also soothe irritation caused by strong exfoliants like retinol or glycolic acid that remove dead cells from the surface of your skin.
  3. May reduce the appearance of pores: Nothing has been proven to reduce the actual size of your pores. But niacinamide may help minimize their appearance by helping keep your skin smooth and clear. It also may help regulate the amount of oil your glands produce, which can prevent breakouts and clogged pores.
  4. Possibly protect against skin cancer: Niacinamide is a close relative of another B vitamin called nicotinamide. Oral nicotinamide supplements may help prevent new skin cancer or precancerous spots from developing in some people. But more studies are needed to confirm this benefit.
  5. Treat dark spots: Niacinamide is dermatologist-approved for brightening skin tone. Some research suggests skin care formulas with 5% niacinamide can also help lighten dark spots. In one small study, a combination of skin brighteners including retinol and niacinamide reduced dark spots and fine lines. They also improved skin radiance and texture.
  6. Reduce wrinkles and fine lines: This vitamin’s antioxidant properties may help protect your skin and aid its recovery from damage due to factors like aging, sun and stress. Some research has shown topical niacinamide can improve fine lines and wrinkles, as well as skin sallowness.


The National Center for Biotechnology Information lists panthenol as a skin protectant with anti-inflammatory properties. It can help improve skin’s hydration, elasticity, and smooth appearance. It also soothes:

  • red skin
  • inflammation
  • little cuts or sores like bug bites or shaving irritation
  • Panthenol helps with wound healing, as well as other skin irritations like eczema.

[Zinc oxide]
What Are The Benefits Of Zinc Oxide For Skin?

  1. Protects Skin From Sun Damage: Researchers have found that zinc has natural sun-protection benefits. When your skin is filled with a rich layer of zinc oxide, it reflects and absorbs the UVA and UVB rays [2]. This way it blocks the harmful rays from entering your skin. However, the efficacy of this ingredient completely depends on its concentration. Different products use different percentages of zinc oxide which is why the effect varies. The more zinc oxide is on your skin, the longer it is protected from sun damage. Usually, sunscreens contain 25% to 30% of zinc oxide.
  2. Improves Healing Of Skin: Zinc has a natural ability to heal wounds. People who are suffering from wound or skin damage like sunburn, tenderness etc. can rely on using topical zinc oxide. It will heal the skin from within and soothe it. On the contrary, deficiency of zinc has been linked to slower wound healing. [3]
  3. Controls Excess Oil: Zinc oxide works as an astringent when you apply it topically. It controls the oil formation beneath your skin and prevents excess oil from being produced. Thus, those with oily skin types can greatly benefit from topical zinc oxide. Reducing oil formation also helps maintain the oil balance, thus decreasing the risk of acne breakouts. [4]
  4. Treats Acne: Studies have shown that the anti-inflammatory properties of zinc make it beneficial to treat inflammatory skin conditions. It is usually blended with other antibacterial agents that together help to minimize pain, severity and appearance of acne breakouts [5]. Moreover, research states that topical use of zinc oxide alone or in combination with other elements can be effective to reduce P. acnes bacteria.
  5. Prevents Bacterial Infection: As mentioned earlier, zinc oxide is antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and can heal wounds. All these qualities help zinc oxide to lower the chances of bacterial infection. A 2003 study suggests that zinc oxide decreases the risk of developing a bacterial infection by preventing the internalization of the bacteria.


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