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Skin care


Whether you’re looking to achieve a lighter complexion or a more even skin tone, our products are guaranteed to deliver visible results. BeautyMNL’s selection of treatments contain potent whitening agents such as kojic acid and arbutin, which prevent melanin production and fight hyper-pigmentation. They’re also combined with nourishing ingredients to plump and hydrate skin at the same time. With these effective two-way formulas, you get fairer skin that’s radiant both inside and out!

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Power 10 WH Effector IT’S SKIN
₱599.00 ₱390.00
Anti Black Body Cream SKINEST
₱975.00 ₱850.00
Neko Whitening Body Soap SKINEST
₱550.00 ₱450.00
Fit White Tone Up Cream MIZON
₱550.00 ₱500.00
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Moist Tone Up Cream AQUTOP
₱1,850.00 ₱1,199.00
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About Whitening

There’s a wide range of whitening products out in the market today, from soaps to creams and everything in between. So what’s the best one for you? We’ll help you choose by examining the different ingredients used in these skin care items below:

  1. Kojic acid — derived from fungi, it is considered one of the best natural ingredients for whitening due to its lack of side effects. It even penetrates the deeper layers of the skin, even when applied topically. Works by inhibiting the activity of the enzyme tyrosinase, which helps in the production of melanin.

  2. Alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) — commonly found in the form of lactic and glycolic acids. These work as exfoliants, removing layers of hyperpigmented skin. Can be absorbed by skin through topical use, hence its addition to whitening lotions or creams.

  3. Hydroquinone — Works by disrupting the production of melanin, which is responsible for skin color. While still a popular ingredient, hydroquinone is actually banned in the European Union over cancer risks. In the US, however, lightening products can contain up to 2% hydroquinone; a higher concentration can cause irritation.

  4. Arbutin — a natural, safer form of hydroquinone. Derived from bearberry leaves as well as most types of pears, arbutin can also inhibit the creation of melanin.

  5. Vitamin C — when applied topically, it helps in skin repair by playing a key role in the production of collagen. Best used for sunspots and sunburn. However, it comes in different forms; make sure to select either L-ascorbic acid or ascorbyl glucoside, as these are absorbed better by the skin.

  6. Azelaic acid — also works similar to hydroquinone by inhibiting tyrosinase activity. Can also work as an acne and rosacea treatment. It is also used as a substitute for kojic acid.

  7. Niacinamide — considered a safe alternative for topical use, it has no documented adverse side effects.