ALBION TURN WHITE CHARGER (Medicated whitening essence) 14pcs
ALBION TURN WHITE CHARGER (Medicated whitening essence) 14pcs
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ALBION TURN WHITE CHARGER (Medicated whitening essence) 14pcs

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Whitening essence

Made in JAPAN
2.1ml * 14pcs

Won first place in VOCE 2019 Best Whitening Product.

It suppresses the formation of melanin and prevents stains and buckwheat.
Contains vitamins A, C and E.

Intensive treatment to address “triple skin dullness and discoloration” for brightening both the epidermis and dermis. Comes in vials, this special whitening serum instantly achieves brilliantly white and firm skin.
1. Quickly delivers generous amounts of whitening ingredients to deeper layers of the skin to address the three skin-dulling and darkening factors for intensive whitening. By activating all skin layers, Turn White Charger instantly achieves brilliantly white and firm skin.
2. With a refreshing, mild sensation, Turn White Charger penetrates the skin as if being sucked into it. The skin will be brilliantly white from deep within as well as pleasantly firm, with the texture plumped and refined.

HOW TO USE
One vial contains two doses.
After toner or lotion, take 1 ml (half a vial) onto the palm and apply over the entire face. To store the remaining half, replace the cap securely and store the vial in the box.
May be used before massage or mask.
Notes
* Once a vial has been opened, the content should be consumed as soon as possible to retain the efficacy of vitamin A derivative (vitamin A oil).
* To maintain the efficacy of vitamin A derivative (vitamin A oil), store the product in its box, with the cap securely replaced.

[Quasi-drugs]

Cosmetics and quasi-drugs categories
In Japan, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour & Welfare classifies the beauty products under 2 categories: cosmetics and quasi-drugs. Quasi-drugs, in opposite to cosmetics, are medicated, have a mild pharmacologic effect and include active ingredients. If the product is approved as a quasi-drug by the ministry, the manufacturer is allowed to actually claim the effectiveness of the product.