SkinKraft Dark Spot Control Serum addresses dark spots caused by acne and constant sun exposure from deeper layers of the skin. It functions by reducing the melanin production and brightening the skin.
Why is SkinKraft Dark Spot Control Serum Unique?
1. Fights Pigmentation From Within
Most dark spot treatments exfoliate the skin to lighten its upper layer. But SkinKraft Dark Spot Control Serum contains ingredients that target multiple discoloration triggers. It inhibits pigment-producing enzymes (tyrosinase), disrupting melanin transfer.
2. Brings A Luminous Glow
The presence of naturally derived skin lightening agents makes sure you have a healthy glow on your face.
3. Reduces Fine Lines & Strengthens Skin
Soy extract in the formula increases collagen production, thus firming your skin and reducing the appearance of fine lines.
Ingredients in SkinKraft Dark Spot Control Serum
1. Alpha Arbutin
Inhibits the enzyme tyrosinase responsible for melanin synthesis.
Prevents excess melanin from reaching the skin surface.
3. Kojic Dipalmitate
A naturally derived and potent skin lightening agent.
How To Use SkinKraft Dark Spot Control Serum
- After cleansing, take a small amount of product into your palm and apply it all over your face.
- This product needs to be applied before using your moisturizer.
- Use at night only.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What causes dark spots?
A. Dark spots occur when the skin produces too much melanin (the pigment that gives skin its color) in certain areas. Melanin is synthesized in melanocytes in the lowest layer of the epidermis and reaches the surface of the skin due to these factors:
- UV exposure
- Prescription drugs
- Some professional treatments
Q. What is collagen and why is it important?
A. Collagen is a skin protein that holds the skin cells together. Sunlight can decrease the collagen levels in the skin making it look dull and aged. Decreased collagen can lead to sagging skin.
Q. How can you prevent dark spots?
A. The main cause of dark spots is direct exposure to sunlight. Ultraviolet rays increase the production of melanin in the skin. Keep the following preventive measures in mind:
Sunscreen plays a vital role in protecting your skin from ultraviolet rays. Choose a sunscreen that suits your skin type. It should be worn on a daily basis to avoid hyperpigmentation.
Cover with hat or cloth
If you’re adventurous and love staying out in the sun for long hours, carry a hat or a stole. Protect your face from direct sun exposure with these accessories.
Customized For Your Unique Skin
When you put your skin through a mass-produced product, there are high chances of side effects because they are not exactly made for your unique skin.
SkinKraft custom-formulates packages tailored to suit your individual skin type and targets your current issues after analyzing your skin through its SkinID™ questionnaire.
The questionnaire involves several skin and lifestyle-related questions created by our dermatologist. When your skin changes, so do our products!
Our team of dermatologists have formulated customized solutions based on the skin profiles of 800 women. 10,000 hours of research went into the making of these products.
SkinKraft products do not contain sulfates, parabens and phthalates. In short, we do not use ingredients that cause allergic reactions, change the pH levels of your skin, or increase the risk of cancer, birth defects and central nervous system disorders.
Personal Attention & Money Back Guarantee
SkinKraft has a unique follow up system. Based on a few questions and responses, we understand if the products are the right fit for your skin. In case they are not working well for you, we either change them or return your money. We are with you throughout your skin journey.
Now that we both understand your skin better, give our custom-formulated 3-step regimen a try.
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