Aqua Lotion® is an antioxidant moisturizing lotion rich in arbutin that enhances skin’s clarity and transparency. Perfect for normal to oily skin, this ultra-light formula improves tone and texture while adding softness.
Arbutin is a skin conditioner with whitening, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. Derived from blueberries, bearberries, cranberries, and pears, arbutin inhibits melanin formation via tyrosinase inhibition resulting in cosmetically relevant whitening properties.
brightens skin naturally.
Elemental sulfur is a periodic table element that is an essential part of all living organisms. A broad-spectrum antimicrobial with unique anti-inflammatory and exfoliative properties, purified elemental sulfur is very effective in the treatment of acne, rosacea, and seborrheic dermatitis. A multi-tasker, this element is also a skin brightener that helps decrease sebum production. Amarte uses two-nanometer-diameter pure sulfur particles to create revolutionary efficacy and cosmetic elegance.
brightens, purifies, and soothes.
Allantoin is a botanical extract said to be healing, calming, and soothing. An excellent temporary anti-irritant, allantoin helps protect skin from external factors such as windburn and may aid in healing damaged skin by stimulating new tissue growth. It is appropriate for sensitive, irritated, and acne-prone skin and is non-sensitizing. It may be synthesized or derived from the comfrey root.
Heals, calms, soothes.
HOW TO USE: Dispense a dime-sized amount of product to your fingertips and apply to the face, neck, and décolleté, Gently massage into the skin until absorbed.
WHEN TO USE: Use your hydrating mist and/or serum to seal in moisture and brighten in the morning, evening, and as often as desired. When used in the morning, be sure to follow with an SPF.
*Moisturizing seals in moisture (this is why adding a hydrating step is so beneficial for your skin) to strengthen your skin’s natural protective barrier. This will prevent water loss so skin remains soft and smooth.