Medik8 White Balance® Overnight Repair

Medik8 White Balance® Overnight Repair

€45.00Price

Wake up to a beautifully brightened complexion. White Balance Advanced Overnight Repair is the ultimate addition to your evening skincare routine. Use after your serum to lock in moisture and boost radiance while you sleep. Ultra-rich yet easy-to-blend, it melts rapidly into skin without leaving a greasy residue. This means zero wait time before your head hits the pillow. Infused with the delicate aroma of mulberry and ylang ylang, it gently lulls the senses into a peaceful night’s sleep. Optimised for use with Vitamin A, this sumptuous cream can be used alongside Medik8's retinoid serums, creams and boosters. Suitable for all skin types including sensitive.

HOW IT WORKS

Repair and restore skin while you sleep to wake up with a brighter, more luminous complexion. Oxyresveratrolefficiently blocks tyrosinase, the enzyme which produces melanin pigment in the skin, while natural extracts of liquorice and mulberry softly brighten and provide antioxidant support overnight. Polyhydroxy acid, gluconolactone, helps to gently resurface the top layer of skin to break down stubborn melanin clusters and leave skin revitalised. Soothing niacinamide tackles the issue of pigmentation caused by inflammation and inhibits the movement of melanin into skin cells, leaving skin luminised and visibly perfected.

KEY INGREDIENTS

Oxyresveratrol – A patented ingredient that occurs naturally in mulberry plants. It works to transform dull, uneven skin tone by blocking the creation of pigment for an illuminated, radiant complexion.

Gluconolactone – A polyhydroxy acid that helps to visibly resurface and exfoliate the upper skin layers, breaking down stubborn pigment to leave a brighter and clearer complexion.

Liquorice & Mulberry Extracts – Natural yet powerful skin brighteners that also work as antioxidants to restore skin balance overnight.

Niacinamide – One of the most potent anti-inflammatories in skincare, niacinamide not only helps to take down inflammation, which can trigger pigmentation, but is also able to block the movement of pigments into skin cells.

 

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DR LAURA LENIHAN MICGP BM BS, MSc, B. Comm. IMC 406336

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