Be Bright with Bright Oléoactif


Brighten, whiten and lighten skin with Hallstar’s Bright Oléoactif (INCI: Brassica Campestris (Rapeseed) Seed Oil (and) Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract (and) Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate (and) Althaea Officinalis Root Extract (and) Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract), extracted from three plants to reduce hyperpigmentation. 

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Bright Oléoactif reduces hyperpigmentation thanks to three plants screened and blended for their complementary activities: marshmallow root, rice bran and licorice root. The combination of these plants, as well as the ingredient’s oil-based form, make the ingredient safe and tolerable to skin.

Recent data from the company demonstrates that at 0.12%, Bright Oléoactif inhibits 90% of tyrosinase activity, which is equivalent to the effect of 0.01% of pure hydroquinone. The ingredient is reportedly a safe, natural solution that enables the minimization of hydroquinone levels in a cosmetic formulation. It can be used in day care and sun care products for the majority of skin types.

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The company adds the ingredient has been shown to be 24% more effective at brightening than glabridin; and compared with licorice extracts, it is more cost-effective and easier to formulate with. In addition, at 0.1%, Bright Oléoactif was found to be twice as effective at brightening as ascorbic acid (vitamin C).

Read more on the Hallstar Beauty website or visit the company at in-cosmetics Global 2020 (Booth B60).

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