Lytera® 2.0 Pigment Correcting Serum

Lytera® 2.0 Pigment Correcting Serum


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Size: 2.0oz

Who It's For

Anyone with brown spots, melasma, sun damage, and any pigment excess problems.  It is especially helpful for those people who are allergic too or get irritated by anything with the "bleaching" ingredient hydroquinone in it. 

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For those those of us with melasma, or a lot of sun damage, there really is no true cure.  But there is good control. Hydroquinones are the key active ingredient in all the prescription versions (4%) and most of the drugstore lightening creams (2%). Finally there is a plant based alternative that works almost as well.  

If you have pigment problems, you must wear  an 18-20% zinc containing sunscreen every day, and wear a brimmed hat whenever outdoors! 

How to Use

Start by applying under your moisturizer and vitamin A cream (retinol or tretinoin) at night.  If you are tolerating well, try increasing it to twice a day.


Tranexamic Acid Helps correct the appearance of hyperpigmentation.

Phenylethyl Resorcinol Helps support melanin balance to correct the appearance of hyperpigmentation.

Niacinamide & Tetrapeptide-30 Helps prevent the appearance of new spots while visibly balancing the appearance of your skin tone.

Marine Extract Blend Helps to correct and prevent the appearance of hyperpigmentation while supporting a healthy skin barrier.

Phytic Acid Enhances skin texture and promotes even-looking skin.

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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