Sérum Great Glow Grand Éclat (Lactic Acid 10% + Glycolic Acid)

Glowing skin I Lactic acid (Vegan)
₹ 610.00
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Enhances overall skin texture by providing gentle – but exceptional – exfoliation with lactic acid.
  • Exfoliates the skin and improves uneven skin tone.
  • Fades mild hyperpigmentation like dark spots, age spots, freckles, and acne scars.
  • Removes dullness.

Good to know:

ultra-light texture
zero fragrance
visible results
for all genders
for all skin types
Made Safe certified I Dermatologically tested I Vegan I Non-toxic I Cruelty free.

The Serum Great Glow Grand Eclat is for glowing skin. It is formulated with Lactic Acid 10 %, HA 1%, Glycolic Acid, Betain and Oatmeal. Lactic acid (Vegan) is one of the mildest acids, suits all skin types, and is best for beginners in the world of acids. The serum is designed to make the skin smooth, glow, and even the skin’s texture. It will also remove the dead skin cells without causing any irritation. There is added Hyaluronic Acid to provide hydration to the skin.


Promise of Safety.
Promise to never use 2000 ingredients listed under “Bad Stuff” as per the latest guidelines from European Union & EWG, USA. Always made without Mineral Oil, Alcohol, harmful Silicone, Paraben, Talc or Artificial Fragrances.

Made Safe Certified.
All our products are certified by Made Safe. This means all our products are made with safe ingredients only. Infact, Belora is the first makeup brand to be certified Made Safe across Europe and Asia.

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Key Ingredients: Lactic Acid (Vegan) 10 % + HA 1% + Glycolic Acid + Betain + Oatmeal

Net content- 30 ml

Expiry Date- 3 years from the date of manufacturing

Apply 2-3 drops onto dry skin after cleansing, ideally in the pm. Avoid contact with eyes. Use your fingertips to spread it evenly across your face until absorbed. For optimal results, follow it up with a moisturizer and a sunscreen.
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