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Formulated with Decapeptide-12, the revolutionary peptide that works to brighten dark spots and discoloration. The unique woven texture of the Topical Brightening Pads gently exfoliates the skin without irritation.
The pads pack the same strength of the. The difference? For the first time, the Lumixyl peptide has been infused into gently exfoliating woven pads along with hydrating hyaluronic acid and soothing aloe. Its ideal for the great number of people who have issues with dry skin while using acne medications, retinoids, or post-laser treatment.
Applying these Brightening Pads will help maintain smoothness and brightness. For best results in addressing photo damage, improving skin texture and reducing melasma, use the Brightening Pads along with the full Lumixyl Topical Brightening System.
Decapeptide-12 reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation - age spots, sun spots, uneven skin tone and photo damage - without the typical side effects of other brighteners like irritation and redness. Plus, soothing antioxidants like licorice root also ease sensitive skin.
Apply a single pad twice per day, wiping across your face, neck and chest – wherever you see sunspots, age spots, photo-damage or uneven skin-tone. Additional uses include treating the back of the hands to provide moisture and brightening, while fading age spots. Also great for irritated skin (after a peel or other non-ablative procedure), to sooth while fading away the patchy discoloration that is caused when skin is irritated. Suggested usage is one pad in the morning before you start your day, followed by application of a quality physical block sunscreen (we strongly recommend the Lumixyl Moisturelock SPF 30); and one pad in the evening before bed. If using with the Lumixyl Topical Brightening System, use after cleansing (step 1) and before apply the topical brightening creme (step 2) for maximum brightening peptide penetration.