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Mibelle Debuts Spot Solution

November 30, -0001

Delentigo, the latest ingredient developed by Mibelle Biochemistry, treats age spots or uneven skin tone, shaded areas formed by a local overproduction of the two pigments, melanin and lipofuscin. In a clinical trial, a test cream with Delentigo was very efficient in the treatment of age spots because the actives worked mainly in the spot area and did not induce a strong bleaching effect on the neighboring, normally pigmented skin. The targeted efficacy is the result of blocking the overreaction of skin to sunlight that is typical for age spots and to prevent lipofuscin formation.

More info: www.mibellebiochemistry.com
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