Thursday, October 14, 2010

Whitening and freckles

(Permission granted for Bryan's case study)
From this picture, we can identified Judy's skin issues which includes extremely dehydration, formation of little brown dots, skin under eyes is very dry and dark with wrinkles. This is due to sleeping patterns and cream can help unless she gets good rest..


Recommended cleanser is Antiage cleanser followed by Lavendula Vera Charcoal flora water, antiage serum and some marine collagen cream (which you use a very thin layer).
As you can see from the picture, Judy has dead skin so it is very good to do a facial scrub once a week.
At night, use cleanser followed by Lavendula Vera Charcoal flora water, eye cream, skin vita serum and moisturiser.

Some people may be sensitive to vita serum, than you use on spot enough....

According to Judy, she has tried many skin care. However, she is always very stressful at work and never sleep well...If she does not change her lifestyle and continue to snack on junk food.... no one can help her.....

Once you have spots/freckles (mini dots) formed on your skin, nothing can totally remove them. Market has many expensive brands to lighten these spots. I would highly recommend you to try Skin Vita serum at night. It really help to brighten and lighten pigmentation naturally.

The brand on the left cost $200, while Bryan's Skin Vita serum is $45. Aside from the vast difference in price, many end users of this wonderful serum have witnessed how effective it is =)

Skin Vita Serum stimulates and delivers greater penetration to the epidermis and dermis, providing elasticity. It lightens pigmentation and distribute melanin evenly. [Use at Night]

Antiage serum stimulations collagen deep down within epidermis and dermis. Heals and repairs damage skin and cells, and improves skin suppleness. [Use during the DAY]

For just $113, you have two bottles of wonderful serum. Newcomers wondering how is that possible???? Simply because you are not paying for advertisments, rental fees (beauty shops pay 40% of their products to shopping malls...thus, retailers have to mark up a lot....) BEST of all, there is absolutely no harmful chemicals!


Anonymous said...


Is that ways that we can minimise/close large pores? Please advise.


with Bryan Lao Shi said...

nothing can minimise pore de....