July 30, 2012
This is such a great concept. It has multiple functions in one convenient product. I know that my skin has spots and blemishes from years of acne (unfortunately still deal with this in my late 20's), and sun damage, so correcting this damage is essential to keeping my skin looking great well into my 30's, 40's and beyond.
Luminaze works to break down melanin, a substance that gives colors to our skin, making your skin evidently fairer, yet leaving it moisturized and glowing. Luminaze is primarily packed with enzyme; a natural protein found only in nature, this enzyme works to essentially break down the dark pigment of our skin and would continue to work when it is applied. Since the ingredients are all natural, Luminaze is safe to use even twice a day, everyday. Each bottle is also packed with essential skin vitamins and minerals that’ll leave your skin not only fair, but healthy and radiant.
Luminaze is available online for $120.00 for 30mL / 1 fl oz.
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