Fracora White Powder V90
Skin type and age:
Benefits of Vitamin C
Our skin, just like everything else, is made of molecules, which are then made of atoms comprising pairs of electrons.
Everyday, many factors, such as UV exposure, smoking, diet and pollution, cause a molecule to lose an electron. The unstable molecule becomes a “free radical.”
Free radicals are capable of engaging in rapid chain reactions that generate more free radicals, resulting in pigmentation and brown spotting. They can also break down collagen fibers and stimulate new wrinkles.
Vitamin C, an antioxidant, can help prevent such damage by donating its own electron to neutralize the radical and remain stable itself.
Why “vitamin-C derivative power“?
Human body cannot produce Vitamin C, and adding it in skin care products is difficult because of its lack of stability. When exposed to air or heat, vitamin C goes through oxidation and its beauty benefits are lost. White Powder V90 contains 90 mg of ascorbyl glucoside, a long-lasting vitamin C derivative, which is significantly more stable than conventional vitamin C. The amount is equivalent to two lemons in one capsule!. To keep it fresh and effective, it comes in powder easily soluble in water, serum and lotions.
To keep your skin moist and smooth:
Trehalose, a naturally occurring carbohydrate, is also added in this product to reduce the dryness and stretching feeling of the skin, which some people report after applying vitamin-c products on their faces.
How to use
Pour 1 capsule of White Powder V90 into your palm, dissolve powder with small amount of water, lotion or serum of your choice, then apply over your face. Apply it twice to your concerned dark spots.
*Keep out of reach of children. *Discontinue use if redness, swelling, itchiness, irritation, color loss (white spots), or darkening occurs. *Consult physician if irritation persists. *Do not return the extract to the bottle once it has been removed. *Do not dilute the extract before using. *This is not medicated product.
Ingredients: Ascobyl, glucoside trehalose
- Artificial colors
- Surface active agents
- Mineral oils
- Animal testing and cruelty