In order to improve your overall skin tone, Lumnaskin offers a plant-based treatment to help address blotchy skin and discoloration. Lumnaskin was designed to take care of all kinds of discolorations like sun spots, age spots, freckles, hyperpigmentation and even acne marks. Lumnaskin is supposed to illuminate your skin with quality skin lightening ingredients for unblemished, smooth skin. Right away we notice Lumnaskin avoids using the harsh and harmful hydroquinone, which intrigues us. Will a more natural and safe approach be just as effective?
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action
Lumnaskin should quickly penetrate the skin with botanical extracts that have skin brightening properties. The two key advanced agents in Lumnaskin are Biowhite serum and Gigawhite. Biowhite serum contains plant extracts that help exfoliate dark surface cells. The mild exfoliation allows new skin cell growth.
Paralleling its power, Gigawhite works to prevent additional pigmentation that causes discoloration. Gigawhite inhibits the enzyme tyrosinase to help moderate melanin production. In a study, 5% concentration of Gigawhite produced skin brightening effects after 12 weeks of regular topical use.
The wrinkle relief you find in Lumnaskin is not very strong. As a skin brightener, we really didn’t expect any. However, Lumnaskin does have hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid binds moisture to the skin offering great hydration. With the ability to help the skin retain water longer HA can help temporary reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Overall Impression of Lumnaskin
The wrinkle fighting power is minimal and practically non-existent with Lumnaskin, but that is not the priority of this product. Lumnaskin is a decent skin brightener. If you have patience, you will eventually see skin improvement. Just so you know, results will take weeks or even months before you notice a drastic difference in your complexion.