This product is an all around great moisturizer, designed to brighten and even skin tone. It contains a stable non-irritating form of Vitamin C to soothe and protect skin.


Hydrate and brighten with this excellent moisturizer designed to even skin tone. Arbutin and Vitamin C (Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate) work to lift stubborn pigmentation by inhibiting the production of melanin.

Brighten Me

  • Active Ingredients

    Arbutin: Lightens pigmentation by inhibiting melanin production; derived from the bearberry plant.
    Phenylenthyl Resorcinol: A natural lightener and antioxidant derived from pine bark.
    Tocopherol: (Vitamin E) A powerful antioxidant which heals and brightens skin.
    Methyl Dihydroxybenzoate: Reduces hyperpigmentation.
    Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17: A peptide that stimulates cell proliferation; promotes healthy epidermis development.
    Morus Alba (Leaf) Extract: From the white mulberry plant, inhibits melanin production and reduces pigmentation
    Glycyrhiza Glaba (Licorice) Extract: Helps reduce pigmentation by inhibiting melanin production
    Arctostaphylos Uva Ursi (Leaf) Extract: From the bearberry plant, lightens pigmentation by inhibiting tyrosinase.
    Scutellaria extract: Plant extract that’s an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
    Betaglucan: A healing protein derived from fungi or yeasts that acts as an anti-oxidant and helps retain moisture in the skin.
    Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate: A stable, non-irritating form of vitamin C.
    Rubus Fruitcosus (Blackberry) Leaf Extract: Antioxidant which helps to preserve skin’s collagen and elastin content.
    Bisabolol: An anti-inflammatory antibacterial oil derived from chamomile.
    Eutere Oleracea (Acai) Fruit extract: Helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles through potent antioxidant properties.
    Camellia Sinesis (Green tea) Extract: A healing antioxidant extracted from green tea.

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