L'Oreal Paris Presents a Science Breakthrough Glycolic Bright Skincare

Published on 19 April 2022

L'Oreal Paris, the number 1 beauty brand in the world, for more than 110 years has continued to research and innovate to deliver superior skin care products that are clinically tested. Inspired by peeling procedures and validated with the International Board of Dermatologists, L'Oreal Paris is proud to present a new range of L'Oreal Paris Glycolic Bright products with 1% Brightening Glycolic Acid and other active ingredients that can help disguise up to -57% dark spots in the skin. 4 weeks and gives an instant glowing effect. Nayana Dharsono, Head of Research and Innovations, L'Oreal Indonesia further explained, "The L'Oreal Paris Glycolic Instant Glowing Serum formula is specially designed to provide appropriate results on the 4 dimensions of skin radiance. Inspired by the peeling procedure, this formula contains an optimal combination with a high level of effectiveness of 1% brightening glycolic acid which is able to accelerate the exfoliation of dead skin cells and cell renewal, as well as Symwhite and Niacinamide which acts to suppress the production of melanin/color pigment in the skin. We have also verified the stability of the formula and active ingredients of this product through various tests involving more than 1,000 consumers with various skin tones in Southeast Asia. This is to ensure the formula can work optimally without affecting sensory factors. L'Oreal Paris Glycolic Bright is clinically proven suitable for use every day both morning and night and is gradually able to give a smoother skin texture and skin looks bright and radiant."

Maria Adina, Brand General Manager of L'Oreal Paris further explained “our research on Indonesian women also shows that brightening is the main function they seek to achieve their skin goals, not whitening. Problems with dark spots and dull skin that are often experienced by women in Indonesia and other tropical countries can be caused by several main factors, such as exposure to UV rays, hormonal changes, and slowed cell renewal”.

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