Ethos "See" - dark circle and puffy eye treatment + FREE Ethos Bright!!

Ethos Skincare

Ethos
  • £100.00

Ethos "See" - dark circle and puffy eye treatment + FREE Ethos Bright

What it is:

The perfect eye treatment!

What it does:

See is the perfect treatment for dark circles, wrinkles, sagging skin or dry skin around the eyes. The natural formula rejuvenates the delicate skin around the eyes, giving them a younger blemish free look!
Tightens & lifts
Smooths out fine lines & wrinkles
Moisturizes & firms skin
Fades dark circles & blemishes
Reduces puffiness
Ingredients: water, algae extract, pullulan, cetyl alcohol, sodium acrylate/sodium acryloyl dimethyl taurate copolymer, glyceryl stearate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, acetyl hexapeptide-8, alcohol, acemella oleracea extract, dimethicone, propylene glycol, diazolidinyl urea, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate, potassium sorbate, allantoin, sodium edta, pseudoalteromonas ferment extract, hydrolyzed wheat protein, hydrolyzed soy protein, tripeptide-10 citrulline, tripeptide-1, lecithin, xanthan gum, carbomer, triethanolamine, phenoxyethanol, butylene glycol, caprylyl glycol, euterpe oleracea (acai berry) fruit extract, epilobium angustifolium (canadian willowherb) extract, ascorbic acid, tromethamine.
Please note: 
YOUR ORDER WILL BE SENT OUT WITH A FREE 30ML ETHOS BRIGHT!

ETHOS BRIGHT

Ethos Skin's skin tone balancing and lightening treatment battles hyper-pigmentation from age spots, and aging skin with a highly effective combination of lighteners, melanin inhibitors, and mild exfoliants. Also featuring a brightening treatment which encourages a brighter, more even and luminous complexion.

Inhibits tyrosinase to battle uneven skin tones at the cellular level!

Fades Dark Marks and Discolourations

Treats Hyperpigmentation

Lightens your overall skin colour

Your Skin will be Smoother and More Radiant

Reduces fine lines

Hydrates & moisturizes

Paraben Free

Let’s first break down Tyrosinase:

(Tyrosine + ase)

Tyrosine - Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid made by the body that is a building block for several important neurotransmitters like epinephrine, norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. (these all help nerve cells communicate and perform several individually important functions as well…but that’s another topic.) This amino acid is involved in every protein of the body, especially in the hormone secreting and regulating organs…so we need quite a bit of it!

The reason we are concerned with Tyrosine in the skin care world is that it helps produce melanin (the pigment responsible for hair and skin color.)

Pigment (or melanin as we estheticians like to call it) is vital in protecting our skin from excess UV radiation. Antioxidants work to support this first line of defense, but because they are used so frequently in the body – we are often depleted. This is why we hear so much about the importance of antioxidant supplementation topically and internally. It’s true. Eat as many antioxidants as you can! They are found in every fruit and vegetable, especially in the skins (the darker or brighter the skin color, the more antioxidants.) Also, adding Vitamins A and C to your skin care routine allows the skin to absorb and use these powerhouse antioxidants before the rest of the body can steal them away.

ase – refers to any enzyme

Tyrosinase, therefore is an enzyme of plant and animal (and human) tissues responsible for the production of melanin and other pigments from tyrosine by oxidation, as in the blackening of a peeled or sliced potato exposed to air…or in our case – skin hyperpigmenting. For example: if the tyrosine in a banana is responsible for the green and yellow color of the peel, tyrosinase is responsible for causing that peel to oxidize and turn brown. If tyrosine is responsible for skin pigmentation, tyrosinase is responsible for hyperpigmentation.

Don’t Blame it all on the Sun!

The sun is responsible for most skin hyper-pigmentation, hence the nickname “sun damage.” But don’t blame it all on the sun. Stress, hormones, diet and inflammation from any trauma can all cause skin hyperpigmentation. Melasma, for example, is almost always caused by something other than the sun.

Remember at the beginning of this post when I mentioned tyrosine being important in hormone regulation? You can hyper-pigment from any kind of stress on the body, especially when that stress is caused by a hormonal fluctuation or imbalance. Ever hear of the “mask of pregnancy” or someone hyperpigmenting from their birth control medication? Aha! Yes hormones play a big role in the way your skin regulates pigment production.

Well what about stress? Well, there are two stress hormones: epinephrine and norepinephrine, that are both dependent on Tyrosine. When you become stressed, cortisol rises and Tyrosinase is used to produce more of these stress hormones. Because your body cannot distinguish between the stress of a life threatening emergency and the stress over a final exam, it responds in the same way regardless of the circumstance. Stressing on a regular basis, therefore, depletes your body and could lead to issues with skin hyperpigmentation (among many other unpleasant skin issues.)

So, Why Use a Tyrosinase Inhibitor?

tyrosinase1 | Tyrosinase Inhibitors and Hyperpigmentation | key active ingredients

A tyrosinase inhibitor will help prevent the overproduction of this enzyme, and hopefully help prevent hyperpigmentation of your skin. There are synthetic tyrosinase inhibitors, like hydroquinone – but we focus on the natural varieties because natural is always better for the body than synthetic!

Kojic Acid
Arbutin (Bearberry Extract)
Licorice Extract
Mulberry Extract
Scutellaria
Burner (Burdock) Root Extract

These ingredients help to prevent the overproduction of tyrosinase and keep the skin from hyperpigmenting.

 
1oz / 30ml
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