Q-White Skin Whitening Cream with Niacinamide & Vitamin C - 40ml
Regular price £62.49
Q-White Skin Whitening Cream with Niacinamide & Vitamin C
NEW - Highly advanced, technical and extremely effective treatment for Hyperpigmentation, Melasma & Hyperchromia
Developed after years of research and development by an experienced team of doctors and pharmacists.
Q-WHITE is a unqiue product specifically designed to treat hyperchromia and hyperpigmentation of many different types of skin disorders.
It provides an anti-oxidant action and stimulates the production of collagen, adding to the whitening effect whilst providing ant-ageing benefits.
The composition of Q-WHITE does not trigger any photosensitive reaction and the cream can safely be used during the day, during daily-life sun exposure.
Q-WHITE has been developed by Q1 International, a medical research and development company. It has been formulated by a dedicated and experienced team of doctors, pharmicists and plastic surgeons after years of research into finding the perfect solution to hyperigmentation and hyperchromia. So Q-White is a very advanced and technical skin cream that contains a number of powerful skin lightening agents.
Q-White is highly recommended to treat the following skin conditions:
Spots from using photo-sensitive products
The secret of Q White is related to the safe stabilization of the ascorbyl acid (Vitamin C) which, in combination with niacinamide (Vitamine B3), stimulates collagen production, slows down melanin production, prevents the formation of dark spots and protect from skin damage.
The synergistic action of the two vitamins is furthermore enhanced by sodium dextrane sulphate which acts like a booster allowing a deep and consistent penetration of vitamins in the skin and powers cell regeneration.
ALPHA LIPOIC ACID
Vitamin C (3-O-ethyl ascorbic acid):
This is the mose effective and stable form of Viatmin C that provides the following numerous benefits:
Excellent whitening effect
High antioxidation action
Anti inflammation action
Improve s the complexion of the skin
Enhance s the elasticity of skin.
Repair s skin cells
Accelerate s the synthesis of collagen.
Vitamine B3 (Niacinamide) :
active in preventing the formation and transfer of melanosomes
reinforces the protection barrier function of the skin
reduces the overproduction of sebo
treats skin spot post-traumatic treatments
According to a 2002 study by Hakozaki et.al, a topically applied niacinamide cream greatly decreased hyperpigmentation and increased skin lightness after 4 weeks of use. In the study, niacinamide was found to reduce hyperpigmentation in a pigmented reconstructed epidermal (PREP) model by inhibiting 35–68% of melanosome transfer from melanocytes to keratinocytes (skin cells). In summary, niacinamide seems to provide a rather unique and effective method in decreasing hyperpigmentation.
The combined action of the two vitamins in QWhite is furthermore enhanced by sodium dextran sulfate.
Acts like a booster allowing a deep and consistent penetration of vitamins in the skin. It enhances the natural processes of cell regeneration.
Alpha lipoic acid:
Alpha lipoic acid has been directly linked to skin care as a primary antioxidant that prevents aging and inflammation. Contained in many brands of skin products, this powerful metabolic natural substance has many benefits for skin care, including energy production in skin cells; regeneration of vitamins C and E.
Alpha lipoic acid also has the ability to smooth skin by increasing its exfoliating capacity, or the removal of dead skin cells from the skin's surface. Also, this potent antioxidant regulates the production of oil glands, as under or overproduction can clog pores. It also helps with puffy eyes and helps reduce lines and wrinkles. Skin tone is improved, and pore size is minimised to give the skin a more polished look. Alpha lipoic acid was shown to decrease scar tissue in a study performed by Dr. David Genecdov of the International Craniofacial Institute in Dallas, Texas.
Q White does NOT contain hydroquinone!
Hyperpigmentation can be caused by sun damage, inflammation, or other skin injuries, including those related to acne vulgaris. People with darker Asian, Mediterranean, or African skin tones are also more prone to hyperpigmentation, especially if they have excessive sun exposure.
Many forms of hyperpigmentation are caused by an excess production of melanin. Hyperpigmentation can be diffuse or focal, affecting such areas as the face and the back of the hands. Melanin is produced by melanocytes at the lower layer of the epidermis. Melanin is a class of pigment responsible for producing color in the body in places such as the eyes, skin, and hair. As the body ages, melanocyte distribution becomes less diffuse and its regulation less controlled by the body. UV light stimulates melanocyte activity, and where concentrations of the cells are denser than surrounding areas, hyperpigmentation is affected.
There is a wide scientific experience attesting how vitamin C (sodium ascorbyl phosphate) and vitamine B3 (niacinamide) present antioxidant properties and hyperchromia normalization capacity.
ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP copolymer, 3-O-ethyl ascorbic acid, niacinamide, propylene glycol, phenethyl alcohol, caprylyl glycol, thioctic acid, sodium dextran sulfate