Re(d)covery™ Serum is helpful for people who are recovering from skin damage including over-use of fairness creams, excessive facials, home remedies & massages, and for skin unable to tolerate any cosmetic product.
How does it work for me?
Recovers Steroid-damaged skin.
Recovers Hydroquinone-damaged skin.
Useful for Maskne - both active acne and marks.
Suitable for decreasing Melasma.
Treats Cosmetic Intolerance Syndrome.
Suitable for Acne-prone skin with Redness and Sensitivity.
How to get the best out of it?
A Six Week Solution for your Skin
Visible results in as early as 7 days, with even better skin improvement, with continued use. Reduction of redness, skin clarity, reduced inflammatory acne and reduced skin sensitivity at 6 weeks of use.
- ACTIVE INGREDIENT -
Re(d)covery™ Serum contains ultra pure Tranexamic with a high payload delivering film former technology. Re(d)covery™ Serum is oil-free to suit acne-prone skin.
Post Acne Redness
PIH (Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation)
Skin damaged by topical steroid abuse.
Skin damaged by overuse of hydroquinone topical.
Skin damaged by skin lightening creams containing mercury.
Avoid contact with your eyes while applying the product.
Yes! All the products in the Stuff That Works® range, including Redcovery Serum, have been carefully curated for use by individuals without consulting with a dermatologist. These are DIY products that are available over the counter.
Apply 2-3 drops of Re(d)covery™ Serum on clean, dry face and leave it overnight, focus on the areas with post-acne redness, pigmented spots, melasma and sensitive areas of the skin.
The Re(d)covery™ Serum is best applied on a clean, dry face and left overnight to get the desired results. You can also start with a minimum of 2 hours, and then gradually increase to overnight application.
It can be used once daily, ideally at bedtime. If you have a lot of redness, you can also use it twice daily.
It can be used by people over the age of 15.
Yes! It is well tolerated by all skin types and was specifically developed for people with sensitive skin.
It can be used safely, even up to 12 weeks, and there are no withdrawal effects on the skin once the serum is stopped.
The best time to use Re(d)covery™ Serum is at bedtime so that it can be left overnight.
Yes, men can also use Redcovery serum.
Yes, the first step is to cleanse the face with a cleanser and then apply Re(d)covery™ Serum on clean, dry skin, focusing the areas with concerns, leaving it overnight and cleansing off in the morning. Please click here to find out more about how it can be used based on your skin type.
For the serum to deliver its action, it has to reach the skin, if the beard hair is thick and dense and not allowing the serum to spread then, it can be trimmed, and serum can be used.
Yes! Re(d)covery™ Serum is a beginner-friendly product, and it is simple to use and easily tolerated.
The product will last for approximately three months if it is used daily at 2-3 drops.
Re(d)covery™ Serum can used be in the daytime for up to 2 hours. Make sure to cleanse and follow through with sunscreen after cleansing.
Because the Redcovery serum is multi-functional, it is recommended to let it work alone and not to combine it with night creams.
Re(d)covery™ Serum tranexamic can be used on active acne.
It is not recommended to use oils while using Re(d)covery™ Serum, as oil can cause skin occlusion and acne.
On average, tranexamic will show results in 4-6 weeks if applied daily. The skin condition that is being treated and its severity will affect the way that it responds. Post-acne redness will respond quickly, compared to skin recovery after steroid use, and melasma may take more time than the other two.
Yes! Gentle Exfoliation with Milk Route® Daily lactic acid peel can be done in the evenings followed by skin recovery with Re(d)covery™ Serum at bedtime. For sensitive, steroid damaged skin, we recommend to only use the Redcovery serum, and introduce the Milk Route® Daily later.
Yes! Re(d)covery™ Serum can be used 24 hours after using the Light Routine® range of salicylic acid peels.
Re(d)covery™ Serum can be used along with moisturiser on the same day but at different times.
Yes! Re(d)covery™ Serum and WaterBody™ can be used on the same day but at different times.
Yes, Redcovery serum can be used when you are also on Isotretinoin. But given that Isotretinoin is a prescription drug, it is best that you check with your dermatologist before adding on any products to your skin routine.
If you are following any of the LED protocols and want to include Redcovery Serum into your skin regimen, we recommend you do this after your LED session.
Spot application works best for people with oily skin and a lot of acne.
Full-face application (avoiding the area around the eyes) is recommended for pigmentation problems, melasma or as regular night serum.
Bedtime is the best time for application.
You can use it for one hour during the day if you require a second application.
Redcovery Serum is an amber to pale yellow coloured serum.
This is a very smooth serum, that easily gets absorbed, without stickness or oiliness. On application, the serum is light to the touch, and spreads easily. Some individuals may experience a slightly warm to a mild stinging sensation, which subsides within a few seconds of application.
White Pine® Red Oil:
If using with White Pine® Red Oil, Re(d)covery goes first, or you can mix Re(d)covery and Red Oil in a ratio of 2:1.
White Pine® Mousse:
You can apply 2-3 drops of Re(d)covery Serum let it dry and absorb. Then apply 2-3 pumps of White Pine Mousse.
White Pine® Mirror Glaze:
Yes, it can be used. Firstly, apply 2-3 drops of Re(d)covery Serum let it dry and absorb. Then apply 2-3 pumps of White Pine Mirror Glaze.
Yes, White Pine Pycnogenol can be used while using Re(d)covery Serum.
Tranexamic is a synthetic derivative of lysine. It brings about a reduction in pigmentation and inflammation through its anti-plasmin activity.
Re(d)covery™ Serum is used to lighten pigmented spots, reduce redness following acne, achieve even skin tone, help sensitive skin recover following steroid/ hydroquinone use, and reduce the severity of Melasma.
It is easy to tolerate, and the skin starts to show the effects when used frequently. You can expect improvement in post-acne redness, skin recovery after hydroquinone and steroids, and reductions in the severity of melasma, even tone, and lightening of pigmented areas.
Tranexamic is a drug that prevents clot destruction (antifibrinolytic). It is a very well known drug used orally in bleeding situations. Topically, it decreases the production of certain compounds (prostaglandins), which in turn reduces the activity of pigment-producing enzymes. It also acts upon vascular components, thus aiding in melasma.
On average, it will take 4-6 weeks to start seeing a visible difference.
Many causes can cause neck pigmentation. However, most often, it is due to metabolic causes. Re(d)covery™ Serum, along with Light Routine®/Milk Route® products, will topically address this problem. This combination can be used in conjunction with lifestyle changes to improve metabolism and lower insulin resistance.
Yes! Re(d)covery™ Serum tranexamic with its anti-plasmin activity acts at various steps involved in melasma. It reduces the production of pigment and its transport to surrounding cells. It also shrinks the blood vessels targeting the vascular component of melasma.
You can order Re(d)covery™ Serum, either through CHOSEN® Store online or by picking it up at CHOSEN® Store.
The active ingredient in Redcovery serum is tranexamic, which is safe to use in pregnancy. However, as a measure of caution, we recommend that you use Redcovery serum only under the guidance of a physician during pregnancy.
There is not enough data to prove that it can safely be used in nursing mothers, so it is not recommended. We will update this section based on studies whose results are expected shortly.
The active ingredient in Redcovery serum is tranexamic, which is safe to use in pregnancy. However, as a measure of caution, we recommend that you use Redcovery serum only under the guidance of a physician when you are trying to conceive through assisted reproductive methods.
Tranexamic have been used for close to 60 years. The beneficial effects of tranexamic in its oral form have been widely used in trauma, blood loss control post-trauma, and post-delivery. A few years ago, the first use of tranexamic for skin benefits was discovered. These benefits have been documented in studies that show that tranexamic can be safely applied for up to 12 weeks.
Avoid applying Re(d)covery™ Serum around the eyes.