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  • Cleansing helps remove impurities to effectively brighten your complexion.
  • Exfoliating gently removes dead skin cells that can cause dullness on the surface of your skin.
  • Moisturizing your skin boosts the skin’s cell renewal process, leaving skin fresh and supple.


When your skin is feeling healthy, it shows in the way it glows. To achieve that spot-less skin, follow these skincare techniques:

1. Cleanse for a radiant glow

Cleansing is the first step to solve any concerns you may have with your skin. It removes dirt, dust, excess oil and makeup residue, so these impurities cannot clog the pores of the skin and cause dullness on the surface.

Wash every morning and night with a cleanser that cleans deeply and treats your skin at the same time. POND’S White Beauty Face Wash is infused with Vitamin B3 to nourish your skin, while rejuvenating it at the same time. It removes traces of impurities from deep inside to effectively brighten and clarify your skin on the outside.

2. Exfoliate for a brighter complexion

Skipping this step in your skin care regime may be the explanation behind your skin’s dullness. Exfoliation promotes the removal of dead skin cells on the surface of your skin, boosting your skin’s cell renewal process.

3. Hydrate for spot-less skin

Drinking water is not enough to keep your skin hydrated. To nourish and hydrate your skin properly, you need a moisturizer that reaches deep to hydrate the cells deep inside, leaving your skin looking supple and feeling fresh on the outside.

Use a daily moisturizer in the morning and a deeply hydrating one at night. Pond’s White Beauty Cream is formulated with Pro-Vitamin B3. This formula penetrates deep* to lighten millions of dark and damaged cells at the source, while protecting your skin against the harsh. The result on the outside? Spot-less skin.

While it is important to know the right skincare techniques to get your glow, it is also important to make this regime a daily habit.

*within the epidermal layer