Aesthetic skincare provider ZO Skin Health and skincare treatment brand HydraFacial have collaborated to create a combination treatment called the HydraFacial Brightalive Booster Serum.
The new serum was created to be used in conjunction with the HydraFacial machine, which uses patented technology to cleanse, extract, and hydrate, to enhance and maintain the results of the treatment.
The HydraFacial Brightalive Booster Serum is indicated for hyperpigmentation and sun damaged skin. ZO Skin Health claims the benefits of the product are that it helps to reduce the appearance of brown spots, even skin tone and hydrate, while preventing new pigmentation formation.
According to ZO Skin Health, the product’s key ingredients include oligopeptide-68, which aims to down regulate MITF pathways; nonapeptide-1, which attempts to reduce melanin synthesis; diglucosyl gallic acid for melanogenesis inhibition and n-Acetyl glucosamine, which aims to inhibit pigment formation, provide anti-inflammatory benefits and induces hyaluronic acid production for improved hydration and glycerin for hydration retention.