It has been about a month since I started using the Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Range. Now, I have to admit. This was my very first time using a range from Eucerin. The Even Pigment Perfector range was recently released. The range works to effectively reduce dark marks and uneven skin tone. Two issues that a lot of you have voiced are your concerns when it come to the condition of your skin. It contains a new active ingredient called Thiamidol that has been in research and development for the past 10 years. Sounds impressive right. Well when it comes to pigmentation, I have my fair share. In the past I could never leave the house without a full face of make up. I became more self conscious the older I got. A little bit more about Thiamidol. Thiamidol has the power to effectively fight dark marks at the source and prevent their re-appearance (but you have to use the range with regularly). From the global trials for the above mentioned range participants could see visible results after just two weeks of regular use. Clinical trials in South Africa, were also performed, where participants used the range regularly, and the results showed that 100% of these participants reported a more even skin tone, less pronounced dark marks and a more even complexion.
Do you know the causes of uneven skin tone and pigmentation?
You can find a detailed article on the Eucerin webpage. Click here Sometimes, too much of sun exposure causes excess melanin production and sometimes hormonal changes trigger excess production. Now in my case, being pregnant my hormones are all over the place. With Hudson, I had really bad skin. My skin discoloured around my chin and mouth area, and it took months after Hudson was born to completely fade away. This time around I was prepared for the pimples and uneven skin tone. I have been very aware of how I treat my skin and this has really helped with maintaining that glowing skin.
Pollution is another cause. The unhealhty polluted air enters the skin and forms dark spots resulting in an uneven skin tone. Now this is something that you can not really control, but you can take charge of the situation by looking at your current skincare regime.
The Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Day Cream SPF 30 (R449.99 for a 50ml) does not have that oily consistency. It is a great day cream that absorbs into your skin effortlessly. It contains Thiamidol and also works to protect the skin from UV rays with an SPF of 30.
Apply in the morning. Apply maximum 4 applications of all products with Thiamidol per day.
The Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Night Cream (R449.99 for a 50ml) also contains Thiamidol. The formula with Dexpanthenol helps improve the skin’s texture and appearance over night.
Apply once in the evening. Apply maximum 4 applications of all products with Thiamidol per day.
The Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Dual Serum (R599.99 for 30ml) has a dual chamber that contains the patented Thiamidol in one (the rosè gold chamber), and a concentrated hyaluronic acid in the other. It is lightweight in texture and absorbs into the skin within seconds. The Dual Serum effectively reduces the appearance of dark spots and helps prevent their re-appearance.
The Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Spot Corrector (R279.00) . Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Spot Corrector is a non-greasy gel with a topical applicator that makes it easy to apply precisely to small areas of the skin. It contains Thiamidol, an effective and patented ingredient that acts at the root cause of dark spots by reducing melanin production. Applied directly to dark spots, it is clinically and dermatologically proven to reduce them and prevent their re-appearance.
To use, you simply put some product on your hand (remember that a little goes a long way), mix the two formulas, and apply.
A few photos without make up, and then a few photos of just wearing a little bit of concealer- no foundation at all. No filter on both before and after.
With a bit of concealer
Please tag me, if you decide to try out this range. Hope you will love it, just as much as I do. *This blog post is not sponsored by Eucerin*