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Lepidium Sativum Sprout Extract (&) Lecithin (&) Soy Isoflavones (&) Polysorbate 80 (&) Alcohol (&) Glycerin (&) Phenoxyethanol (&) Aqua. Acts as an anti-aging, lightening and restructuring active. It combines two active substances incorporated into separate liposomes: an extract of swiss garden cress sprouts which is rich in sulforaphane, a powerful antioxidant phytonutrient and genistein, the biologically active form of the most abundant soy isoflavone. It prevents and regulates the formation of melanin and lipofuscin pigments. It also inhibits the accumulation of lipofuscin in the skin by activating the proteasome, the cell’s own cleaning system which degrades oxidized proteins. It prevents photo-aging, visibly lightens age spots and equalizes the skin tone by fading age spots more. Can therefore be applied all over the face in contrast to classical whitening actives which have to be applied only to the spots. Used in anti-aging products with correction of age spots, targeted treatment for dark spots, lightening formulations for discoloration and hand care products.
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