Pearlessence Brightening Gel


Pearlessence Brightening Gel is specifically designed to promote an even skin tone and skin luminosity using advanced plant brightening extracts.

When Pearlessence Brightening Gel is applied to dark patches resulting from hyperpigmentation, a profound brightening effect will gradually occur over the skin's natural exfoliation cycle.

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Skin types: Hyperpigmentation and Sun Damaged Skin

Key Ingredients: Kojic Acid and Alpha-Arbutin

Use: Helps balance uneven skin tone by brightening discolourations and unwanted pigmentation.

Directions: After cleansing and toning, apply to dark patches and areas of discolouration in the morning and at night.

Storage: Store product in a cool, dry location and keep out of direct sunlight.

Sunburn Alert: The Pearlessence Brightening Gel contains ingredients that may increase the skin’s sensitivity to sunlight and the possibility of sunburn. Use sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and limit sun exposure while using this product and for one week after use.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 80 reviews
Susan Hoffman
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Absolutely in love with your products,after trying many creams and others from different company's ,never did i get these results !!

Nir Shoham-Hazon
Amazing product

This PUR really makes my skin feel silky and fresh. Thanks for creating such great products.

Erin Maclean

I love it

Joanne V.

Great product!

Jacqueline Buckman
First time user

Very pleased. I intended to useThe Azul in conjunction with Solstice. But I think I’ll be able to space them, one-at-a-time. Also, I usually use serums mornings and nights, but to my mind, at least, the benefits were so obvious that I didn’t fret when I collapsed with exhaustion before my bedtime routine, at least not unless I was wearing sunscreen. Incidentally, I’d stopped wearing sunscreen several years ago, even though I used one that was ranked very highly. But Iwas shocked when I read that the number one cancer in the USA is melanoma, and immediately resumed using sunscreen.