3M3 Whiteris

3M3 Whiteris

A concentrate of Dictyopteris membranacea, a brown alga cultivated using sea gardening methods in a private, protected plot off of the coast of Brittany in France. By tweaking genes that control size, number, maturation and migration of melanosomes, 3M3 WHITERIS G shrinks dark spots and reduces the skin’s pigment.

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