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Arbutin: The Bankable Alternative To Hydroquinone

Arbutin: The Bankable Alternative To Hydroquinone

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Nov 26th 2018

No one likes age brown spots, acne marks, and brown patches of melasma. Several factors contribute to blotchy, uneven skin including hormones, physical skin trauma, and the most common trigger, exposure to sunlight.While you may enjoy basking in the sun, your skin may not necessarily have the best …
Niacinamide: The Versatile Skincare Ingredient

Niacinamide: The Versatile Skincare Ingredient

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Nov 19th 2018

The thought of wrinkles and dry, dull skin worries many of us. We turn our attention to over-the-counter skin care products that might help solve the problem. But we’re here to tell you that you don’t need to experiment with a large number of products in order to find the right one.What you need to …

Understanding Hydroquinone

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Nov 12th 2018

Everyone desires to look and feel beautiful. Globally, beauty has been associated with fair and light skin tones. As a result, there has been a boom in the beauty industry especially for products that promise to give skin radiance, decrease fine lines and wrinkles, and reduce skin pigments to achi …

Is Hyaluronic Acid the same as Sodium Hyaluronate?

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Nov 5th 2018

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring molecule found in the human body especially in skin, joints, and nerves. HA is found in relatively high concentrations in the basal layer of the epidermis where proliferating keratinocytes are found. It functions as a cushion and lubricant with the ability t …
Turmeric, a wonder root?

Turmeric, a wonder root?

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Oct 29th 2018

Turmeric is a plant that has a very long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years. In Southeast Asia. Turmeric is a product of Curcuma longa, a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant belonging to the ginger family Zingiberaceae, which is native to tropical South Asia. India produces …
Why darker skin is more prone to pigment problems?

Why darker skin is more prone to pigment problems?

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Oct 22nd 2018

Across the world, there is great diversity in skin color. Across this array of skin colors, there are many disorders related to skin pigmentation such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), sun spots, and melasma. But why do those with darker skin color are more prone to pigmentation issues …