ENLIGHTENING INDIAN KUDZU
Enlightening Indian Kudzu
ENLIGHTENING INDIAN KUDZU is one of over 2000 uniquely effective ingredients in our product catalogue. Find out more about this product from Naolys below
ENLIGHTENING INDIAN KUDZU - At a glance
A toning and lightening agent. It improves skin tone & radiance and decreases skin shine. It helps to eliminate toxins from the skin and
has application in skin-care products like creams, and serums
More about ENLIGHTENING INDIAN KUDZU from Naolys
Pueraria Tuberosa Leaf Cell Extract. Enlightening Indian Kudzu by Naolys (www.naolys.com) acts as a toning, lightening, brightening and mattifying agent. It improves skin tone & radiance and decreases skin shining effect. Moreover, it contributes to eliminate toxins and helps to bring nutrients to the skin cells. It is dispersible in any formulation. Enlightening Indian kudzu finds application in formulating skin-care and make-up products like cream, fluid, serum, balm, milk, gel, foundation and concealer.
Our Supplier: Naolys
Naolys offers innovative active ingredients using whole plant cells and advanced biotechnology. Naolys active plant cells suit any formulation and deliver many results, from anti ageing to protection, from hydration to energy.Find out more about Naolys
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