Cos De Baha Tranexamic Acid + Niacinamide Serum


Baha Tranexamic acid, which some people may call TXA, is a medicine doctors often use to help control bleeding. Growing evidence suggests TXA may be a beneficial ingredient to include in skin care products. It may be particularly useful for treating dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and melasma.

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CAN IT TREAT EXISTING PIGMENTATION? Baha tranexamic acid can treat existing pigmentation effectively and products containing the ingredient are recommended for preventing post-inflammatory pigmentation (PIH), which can be a common side effect of laser treatments.
HOW EXACTLY DOES IT WORK? it blocks the transfer of pigment from melanocytes (pigment-producing cells) to keratinocytes (the keratin-synthesizing cells found in the outermost layer of skin – the epidermis).
DOES IT MAKE SKIN MORE SENSITIVE TO THE SUN? Absolutely not. In fact, tranexamic acid decreases the skin’s sensitivity to UV – this is why the ingredient is so popular in Asia and India.
IF HYPERPIGMENTATION IS A CONCERN, tranexamic acid is an ingredient you’ll want to consider. This exciting ingredient helps to visibly fade the look of multiple forms of discolorations including post-acne marks and melasma, which can be particularly stubborn.
TRANEXAMIC ACID: WHAT TO PAIR IT WITH | Some of the ingredients that will enhance the benefits of tranexamic acid include: salicylic acid, niacinamide, bakuchiol, azelaic acid, vitamin C, and retinol. adds arbutin and licorice acid to that list.

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