When it comes to skincare, the team at Makari is dedicated to delivering the highest quality, gentle, effective products so that our clients can look at their most beautiful and feel their very best. Whether you are looking to whiten your skin, even out your tone, improve texture, fight blemishes, or just look more fresh and youthful, we have what it takes to do just that. After careful research, we’ve come up with our list of the top ingredients for skin whitening. Read on to learn more!
Glutathione – Found in a wide array of ointments, lotions, pills, and soaps, this ingredient is packed with antioxidants and designed to effectively lighten the skin. Not only does this ingredient help with skin whitening, but it also contributes to tissue repair and regeneration.
Lemon – Packed with Vitamin C and citric acid, lemons are made with organic bleaching agents that not only brighten your skin but also give it a healthy glow as well. Our very own Oralight Supplements are made with lemon fibers and other natural ingredients, guaranteeing fresh and healthy skin.
Mulberry – Made popular in Japan, Mulberry extract is another all-natural choice that will deliver results with consistent use. It may not be the most effective or potent, but it will get you a lighter skin tone over time.
Kojic Acid – This ingredient is produced after the rice is malted for the making of sake. By inhibiting melanin, which is known to darken the skin, kojic acid brightens and lightens your skin instead.
Spinach – This vegetable, which is packed to the gills with amino acids, is a great choice for people who want to get their glutathione naturally. Other green foods like avocados, asparagus, and broccoli have also been proven to contain a notable amount of glutathione as well.
If you would like to learn more about our line of skin whitening products, we would love to hear from you. Simply fill out this contact form and one of our friendly staff members will reach out to you shortly! We look forward to helping you feel more beautiful and confident in your skin.
Although glutathione is generally used for treating health conditions, it is also an effective skin lightener due to an amino acid called Cysteine. It is commonly used in beauty soaps, moisturizers, and skin lightening pills.
Glutathione is commonly used to treat hyperpigmentation and skin lightening. It also has anti-aging benefits, by treating free radical damage from the sun.
Kojic acid inhibits the over production of melanin in uneven skin. This makes it a highly effective melasma and hyperpigmentation treatment.