OCTINOXATE+Niacinamide(Nicotinamide/Vit B3)+GLYCOLIC ACID+KOJIC ACID+ARBUTIN+MULBERRY EXTRACT+TOCOPHERYL ACETATE+ALLANTOIN+LICORICE EXTRACT+TETRAHYDROCURCUMIN(THC)
Kojivit Ultra Gel contain active ingredients like Octinoxate, Niacinamide, Glycolic acid, Kojic acid, Arbutin, Mulberry extract, Tocopherol acetate, Allantoin, Liquorice extract, Tetrahydrocurcuminoids. Kojic Acid is a whitening and oxidizing agent which penetrates through the skin and oxidizes the melanocytes thereby lightens the complexion of skin.
Arbutin acts as a skin-lightening agent and prevents the formation of melanin. Vitamin E acts as a natural moisturizer, decreases pigmentation, reduces the sign of aging and treats sunburns. Octinoxate works by absorbing the UV- B rays from the sun, and thus protects the skin. Mulberry Extracts works by inhibiting the tyrosinase activity and reducing the production of melanin pigment. Allantoin acts as a moisturizer by forming an oily layer on top of the skin that traps and prevents loss of water to treat or prevent dry, rough, scaly, itchy skin and minor skin irritations. Niacinamide used to help growth and good health.
Key composition of Kojivit Ultra Gel:
Therapeutic uses of Kojivit Ultra Gel:
Side effects of Kojivit Ultra Gel:
If you experience any application site reactions such as skin reddening, skin rash or any other allergic reactions, check with your healthcare professional.
How to use Kojivit Ultra Gel?
Apply a pea size amount of gel on to the face. Apply daily i.e Morning or night
Can Kojic acid make you darker?
Kojic acid does not make your skin darker, in fact, it makes your skin lighter and shiny. With regular use of kojic acid, you will notice a gradual enhancement in your skin tone.
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