Why creams and toners change color?
- Test the skin for sensitivity to the product prior to use. If no allergies occur, you may start using the product., In case of severe redness and itchiness, refrain from using the product. Avoid excessive sun exposure. It is best to use any Sunblock Cream with SPF 20 and above while undergoing exfoliation to protect your skin from harmful UV rays to avoid reddening.
- Store in a dry place with a temperature not exceeding 30C. Keep away from heat and direct sunlight.
- Packaging and labeling may vary as the manufacturer sometimes ran out of the standard packaging, but Seller assures that you get the authentic and the same quality product you've always wanted.
- The seller of this item is not a dermatologist nor an expert in skin care. We aim to provide the best-selling beauty products and we depend on our judgement of which products to sell by reviewing the feedback of users and researching the products online. We are not familiar with the buyers' skin type, condition, skin history, or sensitivity and can not make personal recommendations of any kind to the buyer. We are not liable for negativity or damaging results that may be obtained by the proper or improper use of this product by any person.
Why do Creams and Toners change color?
- As the months pass, the color of the rejuvenating toner begins to change (You can do research on this). This is normal.
- The discoloration (turns brown) is a normal reaction to exposure to air and/or high temperature. The discoloration is only an aesthetic condition but there is no safety concern. Brownish/Brown cream indicates that it has aged and expected to be more effective to most users.
- It is definitely not expired unless, of course, it’s really expired. You can check the manufacturing date and expiration date on the container.
- Please be advised that we won’t be able to see the color content unless we open the container, we’re sorry but we can’t do much about this.
- Keep calm. It's safe.