Thursday, March 22, 2018

Science and Plants in a BOTTLE

For years in TV Show Nu Ren Wo Zui Da. There are some Taiwan teachers that produces very good skincare. SOMG Reserveratrol Whitening Emulsion

(Moist, Repair, Whitening, Smoothing)
omhealth has continued to research on good skincare which has all natural ingredients with active ingredients to target Skin problems and aging issues

o to excel and represent Singapore , I have also produced a series of very good skincare for u all.

Today I want to announce the launch of this two skin care that has all powerful active ingredients which may cost $200 a bottle in market.


OMG Reserveratrol Whitening Emulsion

(Natural Active ingredients: )
Galactomyces Ferment Filtrate, Phenylethyl Resorcinol, Alpha Arbutin)

Ingredients: Water,Resveratrol,Acetyl Glucosamine,Vit B3,Sweet Almond Oil,Matricaria Flower Extract,Geranium,Lavender
Free from Paraben, SLS

Galactomyces Ferment Filtrate : Is in many Korean and Japanese Product where sake rice and whitening link together. It helps to nourish and revitalise the skin, while reducing signs of aging. It also helps to deeply moisturise the skin, which is important if you have dry and tired skin. It  brings back the skin’s natural glow. 

Phenylethyl Resorcinol developed by researchers to serve as a lightening and brightening ingredient in skin care products. It is an antioxidant that is considered effective in influencing the formation of pigmentation, and therefore able to lighten the skin, according to research. It is partially derived from natural lightening compounds found in scotch pine bark, and is considered a reliable whitening agent.

Arbutin is an extract from the bearberry plant that has skin-brightening properties, It interferes with activity of an enzyme called tyrosinase, which is needed to produce melanin or pigment in the skin. Arbutin if paired with Vitamin  B3 ( we have!!!)  will lead to lighten pigmentation 

OMG Tranexamic Acid Ultra  Whitening Serum

(Moist, Repair, Whitening, Smoothing)

Ingredients: Water,Tranexamic Acid,Acetyl Clucosamine,Niacinamide,,Hydrogenated Lecithin,Allatoin,Chamomilla Flower ,Ylang Ylang Extract
Free from Paraben , SLS

Tranexamic acid (TXA), an antifibrinolytic drug, is now gaining popularity as a depigmenting agent. It is a synthetic lysine amino acid derivative which mainly blocks the conversion of plasminogen to plasmin by inhibiting plasminogen activator. This results in less free arachidonic acid production, and hence a reduction in the prostaglandin (PG) levels as well. Thus, by reducing PG production, TXA reduces the melanocyte tyrosinase activity and plays an important role in the treatment of melasma, ultraviolet-induced hyperpigmentation, and other postinflammatory hyperpigmentation

In the medical field, tranexamic acid is a reliable haemostatic agent during surgery and in the case of accidental injuries. In medical cosmetics, tranexamic acid is used for skin treatments: already small amounts can bleach pigmented spots and reduce redness - also in combination with instrument-based techniques.

Tranexamic acid also is known as a pharmaceutical agent. Already in 20111) it has been entered on the "Model List of Essential Medicines" (EML) of the World Health Organisation (WHO) - in particular for the treatment of trauma after traffic accidents or in the case of haemorrhagic risks and even fatal haemorrhage. Tranexamic acid (= International Nonproprietary Name, INN), from the chemical viewpoint, is an amino acid, and more precisely, we are speaking of trans-4-(aminomethyl)cyclohexanecarboxylic acid.

A chance discovery for dermatology
In dermatology the effects of tranexamic acid have been known for a long time, namely in the context of pigment disorders. The first report on the treatment of melasmas with tranexamic acid dates back to 19792) and comes from an accidental observation after the oral administration of tranexamic acid. In the particular case, the intensity of a melasma was significantly reduced within a period of two to three weeks.
Melasmas or hyperpigmentations form in a variety of ways3). They are triggered by miscellaneous endogenic and exogenous influences such as
  • UV radiation of the sunlight
  • photosensitization, or in other words, the reduced sensitivity threshold of the skin to light caused by essential oils for instance
  • hormonal influences, as for example during pregnancy
  • inflammation mediators such as prostaglandins and cytokines (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation)
  • AGE (Advanced Glycation Endproducts), or in other words, products that form in the body due to the reaction of proteins or lipids with carbohydrates; they are held responsible for a variety of health implications
  • other deposits of endogenous metabolic products

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