Improve the appearance of pigmentation, balance out uneven skin tone and reduce blotchiness with White Balance® Cleanse. A unique powder texture that transforms into a light foam and combines into a daily gentle exfoliating cleanser to deliver the brightest and smoothest skin ever; deeply cleansed.
This innovative blend contains potent key active ingredients combined with micro-fine bamboo particles and volcanic perlite, which not only scrub away dead skin cells but also refine texture and brighten skin tone.
This dual brightening cleanser and micro-exfoliator can be used as part of your everyday morning and evening cleansing routine. Adaptable to your needs when changing the amount of powder, it can also be used as a weekly deeper exfoliator. White Balance Cleanse is suitable for all skin types and is perfect for pigmented and sun damaged skin.
A specially chosen agent, stabilised by Medik8 in a patent pending stability system, Oxy-R™ (Oxyresveratrol) is an outstanding innovation in skin brightening. Chemically similar to well-known resveratrol with extra “oxy” group, it ensures an even skin tone through inhibiting tyrosinase activity and the production of melanin even at low concentrations,¹ lightening skin complexion over time.
Oxyresveratrol possesses 32 times higher anti-tyrosinase activity than kojic acid² commonly used in brightening treatments. Stubborn melanin deposits are broken down by the poly-hydroxy acid, Gluconolactone and hyperpigmentation is further reduced by powerful N-acetylglucosamine.
For daily use, dispense a level teaspoon amount of powder into the palm of your hand with a few drops of warm water and gently rub hands together to activate powder and create a creamy texture. Apply to face and massage into the skin in soft circular motions. Ensure to avoid the eye contact and rinse thoroughly. Follow with your regular Medik8 serum and/or hydrator.
For weekly exfoliation, double the amount of powder.
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