PERFECTION
PERFECTION. REGULATION OF PIGMENTATION AT THE GENE-MOLECULAR LEVEL.
Normalization of pigmentation. Triple effect on the skin for complete removal of age spots and perfect lightening. Genetic exposure.

PIGMENTATION is the result of the synthesis and delivery of melanin to skin tissues, to hair follicles or to the iris of the eyes. Melanin is produced by melanocytes. Skin color is determined by the number of melanocytes, their ability to transmit melanin to keratinocytes of the surface layer of the epidermis, as well as the size of melanosomes containing melanin granules.

THE FOLLOWING CASE OF PIGMENTAL VARIABILITY CAN BE IDENTIFIED:

 
  • GENETIC PIGMENTATION
  • The color of the skin of different peoples, caused by stronger or weaker pigmentation, can have a lighter or darker shade, and covers the entire range between two extremes: very dark skin and very light.

     
  • Pigmentation due to UV rays
  • This pigmentation is caused by a natural protective reaction of the skin. Each person's skin color changes depending on the activity of exposure to ultraviolet rays.

     
  • AGE PIGMENTATION
  • With age, more strongly colored areas appear on the skin of a person, especially on the skin of the face and hands, until very dark spots appear. Such age spots appear as a result of a high concentration of melanin in epidermal keratinocytes.

    TRIPLE SKIN EXPOSURE for complete removal of age spots and perfect lightening.

    Exposure at the genetic level: removal of excess pigmentation by inhibition of tyrosinase activity and direct effect on the nucleus of melanocytes.

    DEPIGMENTATION: NEW DISCOVERY !!! Our scientists made a real discovery: they developed a new approach that allows you to influence the beginning of the melanogenesis process at the level of DNA genes contained in the nucleus of melanocytes.

    DEPIGMENTATION: A NEW METHOD !!! Most cosmetics are based on the traditional method of exposure to the surface layers of the skin. Our new PERFECTION-WHITE EXPERTISE procedure offers a fundamentally different, innovative approach to the problem, based on the study of the biological mechanism of pigmentation and providing for exposure at two levels:
    1. Change the initial genetic mechanism that causes the process of pigmentation.
    2. Changing the direction of various substances responsible for the production of pigment.

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