Our Illuminate Serum has a potent blend of natural ingredients that start to help lift brown spots from the beginning and gets better with time. 10% Pure Azelaic Acid, Red Algae, and Licorice extracts are strong melanogenesis inhibitors (slows down hyperpigmentation).

Stabilized Vitamin C helps to brighten and synthesize collagen and elastin. Green Tea is a powerful antioxidant that helps improve the appearance of uneven skin tone and defend against free radicals. Stem Cells can regenerate and renew skin cells while Hyaluronic Acid soothes and hydrates.

This innovative pro-corrective serum is to be used over sunspots, hormones spots, and acne scars for the face and the body.

After 60 days of using the Illuminate serum, the clarity of the skin significantly increased, overall brightness and uniformity improved, and the mean surface of spots decreased in 88% of the volunteers.

Key Ingredients:

  • 10% Pure Azelaic Acid (brightening, balancing)
  • Lilac Stem Cells (brightening and purifying)
  • Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (Stabilized Vitamin C, brightening, antioxidant)
  • Licorice Root Extract (brightening, anti-inflammatory)
  • Red Algae (repair cell damage, clarifying)
  • Hyaluronic Acid (hydrating, soothing)
  • Green Tea (antioxidant, healing)
  • Safflower oil (lubricating, soothing, healing)

Our formulations will be updated from time to time as part of our commitment to innovation, or due to regulatory changes. For an accurate listing of ingredients in each product, please refer to your product packaging.

In the evening after cleansing and toning and before moisturization, apply a small amount on dry skin directly to brown spots. Do not blend with other serums and treatments. Allow to dry and then follow with other serums, treatments, or moisturizers. Avoid use on broken or cut skin or skin with signs of eczema or sunburn.

Always wear sunblock in the daytime when using this product.  

When to Apply: Night time.

All Hyper Hyper-Pigmented, Uneven Skin Conditions.

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