Tone Perfecting Lotion


Features

Marie France's Tone Perfecting Lotion is formulated to achieve a fairer, brighter and flawless skin tone.* This professional-strength formula consists of a dynamic combination of ingredients that helps target excessive melanin production and fight against melanin oxidation.* It is infused with a unique combination of nourishing extracts and powerful actives to leave your skin flawless, fairer and younger-looking.*

This is a highly-concentrated lotion that provides noticeable results when used daily.* It combines high concentration of the most powerful ingredients Alpha Arbutin, Lactic Acid and Vitamin C. This lotion is made using the highest percentage or concentration possible for each active listed above and it’s comparable to derma-grade skin lotions found in derma clinics that they normally prescribe to their celebrity clients.* Aside from its significant effect, this lotion can also remove dark patches in the body and old scars.*

What to expect 

Trying to achieve a fairer skin is a gradual process. It requires patience and daily commitment of using the product. However, results should be seen after 8 weeks of continuous daily use.

Weight

100 ml (Enough to last for one to two weeks if applied daily. We recommend getting at least 3 bottles to last for a month.)

Directions

Use twice daily.

  • Wash the area first using a your favorite soap (Try Marie France Kojic Soap for best results.)
  • Apply generously all over the body.

CAUTION: NEVER under the sun while using this product. Use sunscreen when outdoors.

Ingredients

Vitamin C, Lactic Acid, Alpha Arbutin, Hyaluronic acid, Aloe Vera, Claire Blanche, DMDM, Vitamin E, Water, Mineral Oil (CAS#8012-95-1), Propylene Glycol, Cetyl Alcohol, Sodium lactate, Ceteareth25, Cetearyl Alcohol & Seteareth20, Panthenol, Glyceryl Stearate, Allantoin, Triethanolamine, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Colina (Fragrance) 

Disclaimer

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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