If you love Good Molecules skincare, the Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum has launched today as the newest addition to their skincare range, and is available right here for just $12.
Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum
This brand new serum is just $12, and available from Beautylish and Good Molecules directly, and contains 30ml / 1fl.oz of product within a brown coloured glass bottle with a pipette dispenser.
The Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum is designed to help you improve the appearance of skin discoloration and uneven skin tone, all in one.
Its said to be formulated with an advanced form of tranexamic acid (cetyl tranexamate mesylate) and 4% niacinamide, this lightweight serum improves the appearance of age spots, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and sun damage.
The Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum helps prevent inflammation from turning into freckles, moles and hyperpigmentation.
It also targets skin discoloration and promote a clear skin tone with cetyl tranexamate mesylate, a brightening powerhouse.
Whilst also helping to improve the appearance of uneven skin tone and texture, dullness, and enlarged pores with niacinamide.
4% NIACINAMIDE to improve the appearance of uneven skin tone and texture, dullness, and enlarged pores.
2% CETYL TRANEXAMATE MESYLATE to target skin discoloration and promote a clear skin tone.
In addition to the launch of the Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum, the brand has started a new Nothing To Hide ingredient list format, highlighting everything that goes into their products for full transparency which is great, as everyone should know what goes into a product before they use it.
If you like the sound of this budget friendly new skincare treatment, it’s available right now.
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