MITA C ( Japan) $165

Japan Mita-C Whitening

Whitens your skin, minimizing your pores and helps produce collagen for firmer skin

Mita-C gradually whitens the skin’s colour and fades discolourations hyperpigmentations of the skin such as liver spots, freckles spots, wrinkles spots, age spots or skin pigmentations that were caused by exposure to the sun or during pregnancy. Improves skin complexion and whitening.

Product Description:
This Mita-C is originally imported from Japan. Each box contains 50×500mg/2ml of ascorbic acid in additive sodium hydrogensulfite & sodium bicarbonate.Mita-C is a colorless clear discernment. The pH of the solution is between 5.6 – 7.4.

-Mita-C is essential for the formation of intercellular collagen and therefore it required for the maintenance of tooth structures, bone matrix and capillaries. It is also believed to be important in oxidation and reduction reaction, tyrosine metabolism, conversion of folic acid to folinic resistance to infections and cellular respirations.
-Produces collagen to enhance the elasticity of skin.
-Reduces pigmentation resulted from exposed sunlight.
-Reduce light ray hypersensitive dermatitis, improve skin texture by whitening effect.
-Reduces fine lines and wrinkles around facial area.
-Suppresses the formation of acne/blemish/pimple.
-Minimizes facial pores and improves skin complexion.
-Helps to prevent scurvy, a vitamin C-deficiency disease.
-Reduce capillary bleeding such as nose/gum bleeding.
-Increases human’s immune system and promotes antihistamine properties.
-Improves moisture and supple of skin.
-Also helps in common skin infections, where improves faster healing of wounds.

Recommended Dosage:
One or two ampoules/injection every week for 1 or 2 months (*depends to your body metabolism). Then can reduce the dosage to 1 injection every 2 weeks for maintainance.

Injection Method:
This product is administered by intravenously (IV)

Not Suitable For:
Breast feeder.
Injection on women period.
Allergy to vitamin (any kind).
Patient with cardiovascular problem.

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