Free Deep Whitening Micro Cream Ampoule
Because it is 1/200 the size of a pore, it absorbs well! It is a cream-type ampoule with active components of micro-particles, which are smaller than ultra-fine particles and penetrate deep into the skin to cause whitening.
1. perfluorodecalin, oxygen mass (PFC component). Perfluorodecalin (PFC) is a liquid that dissolves 21% oxygen, which is comparable to the oxygen content in air. It is a superb oxygen supply element that stimulates even the activities of good raw materials. The most significant chemicals in cosmetics interact with perfluorodecalin (PFC) to activate their actions and permeate deeply into the skin.
2. Microfluidic approach in which pores are split into 1/200 of their original size. Microfluidic technology is used to break it down into little bits, and perfluorodecalin is used to activate the active components (PFC).
3. AI data analysis technology created through tailored cosmetics. After examining all cosmetic chemicals and consumer large data about them, substances with a high 'positive impact' for whitening were chosen and created.
4. Only mild substances were used. -The KC Skin Research Center's specific skin test findings for 32 ladies.
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