Okay, this is not a skin whitening capsule. Actually Pynocare is a vitamin used to treat skin pigmentation and stubborn spots. It will not lighten the entirety of your skin, rather treat dark spots here and there. Freckles? Not sure but they claim to minimize melasma. I am reviewing this courtesy of my relative who’s been using this for YEARS. From my observation, and my interview I will be sharing this review. I will also explain the ingredients they used in this supplement. But first..
What is Pynocare?
According to their website:
The first oral natural depigmentation solution Melasma is a skin condition presenting as brown patches on the face of adults. Both sides of the face are usually affected. A change in hormonal status, polluants, or UV rays may trigger melasma. French maritime pine bark extract in Pynocare helps in decreasing the intensity of pigmentation. Besides this, it is also a powerful anti-oxidant. Pynocare also helps to prevent skin damage due to UV sunlight and other pollutants. Clinical study has shown that Pynocare can lighten dark spot on facial skin and strengthening the skin structure.
How much does Pynocare cost?
Pynocare costs 1,230php per box of 20 capsules.
How does Pynocare work?
It works using the ff. active ingredients
French Maritime Pine Bark Extract
D. Salina Extract
Providing Natural Mixed Carotenoids
Natural Vitamin E
I’ve discussed in my previous posts how Vitamin C assists in lightening our skin, and how Vitamin E protects us from free radicals and helps retain skin moisture. Both of them are also anti-oxidans. W hat is French Maritime Pine Bark Extract and D. Salina Extract?
According to WebMd.com, French Maritime Pine Bark Extract is a natural source of Pycnogenol. Pycnogenol is widely used for it’s anti-oxidant effects and treatment of varicose veins. How does it work? It simply improves the blood flow. D. Salina Extract is an anti-oxidant naturally produced by an algae. We all know that things from the sea are usually good for us (sea salt, fish, seaweeds) and with the addition of carotenoids (source of Vitamin A) it does help reveal a more even skin tone.
Review and what I think
The active ingredients it has it too small of an amount or it to work. While the components look promising, relying on Pynocare Supplement alone for your melasma will just give you disappointments and to be honest it’s a waste of money. As I mentionend earlier, my aunt has been using this for YEARS. It took YEARS before it worked on her and that sucks.
Who do I recommend this to?
NO ONE. I’d rather suggest that you go consult a dermatologist. For melasma and dark spots a good product to take would be Shiseido Pure White or check out my Skin Supplements Reviews
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