Advanced Skin Tightening

Welcome to Poison Skin Whitening and Skin Lightening Procedures that will help you get fair glow!

Yes, it is true that we all desire for fair, soft and flawless skin but we people still believe that using skin whitening creams and soaps are enough to achieve the results we want. We are sometimes forced to believe that just using a skin whitening soap and cream will do wonders. However, the truth is that, we all have different skin types and some random soap or cream which is sold through dirty marketing gimmick will not add anything. There is a chance that each and every skin will react differently. That is why it is always recommended that you seek the advice of the dermatologist and go for the advance skin whitening treatment that is available.

At Poison we understand that our customers need high-performance and value for money services that can cater to the desire for fair complexion. With this thought in mind our dedicated team is involved in research and development programs. We at Poison work meticulously to merge the most efficient skin whitening treatment with technology. Mainly the skin whitening ingredients work in two ways

First, by absorbing the UV rays

Secondly by reducing the production of melanin (the skin pigment found in the skin that is responsible for skin darkening)

Most skin whiteners that are present in the market contain ingredients like hydroquinone, ascorbic acid, kojic acid, arbutin, azealic acid that act as direct inhibitors of tyrosinase. Arbutin is a natural herb that is derived from the leaves of bearberry, cranberry, mulberry or blueberry shrubs, and also is present in most types of pears. It can have melanin-inhibiting properties. Concentration protocols have yet to be established for arbutin, meaning it is not known how much arbutin it takes to lighten skin when it is added to a cosmetic formulation. Moreover, there are patents controlling its use for skin lightening. There is little to no research showing the plant extract source of arbutin as having any impact on skin, especially not in the tiny amounts used in cosmetics. Arbutin is very safe skin agent for external use which does not have toxicity, stimulation, unpleasant odor or side effect such as Hydroqinone.