Skin Type- Combination to Oily
Sensitive Skin: No
I get occasional zits mostly on my chin and jawline, during “that time of the month” and they leave back the ugliest marks. Hence I am always in search of anti blemish products and that is how I bumped on to this particular product. Avene being a popular and trusted name in skin care, I thought of giving this a try. Read on to know how this fared for me.
Price – Rs 1450/- for 30ml
Reduces localized or widespread dark spots.Prevents the appearance of new dark spots.Evens out skin tone.
Made from a trio of actives scientifically recognized by dermatologists, this product combines the action of Melanyde, a depigmenting active, with Retinaldehyde, a lightening active and natural retinoid derived from vitamin A, and with Pre-tocopheryl, a protective anti-oxidizing active and a precursor to vitamin E, as well as Avène thermal spring water with its soothing and anti-irritating properties.
Is it for me?
The highly absorbent texture meets the needs of normal to combination skin.
My Experience with Avene Eau Thermale D-Pigment Light Dark Spot Lightener:
The packaging is simple and looks slightly medicinal. The tube and the outer paper carton has a lot of information regarding the product. What I really like about the packaging is the pointed tip of the tube which really helps in precise application. I can easily dot on the areas of concern, all thanks to the pointed tip of the tube. As it is a 30ml tube, it is easy to carry along in trips.
The texture of the cream is rich and thick. It feels super smooth on the skin and little goes along way. I like how fast it gets absorbed, giving a well hydrated feel to the skin. As it is a spot application cream, this small tube is going to last me long. Also, it does not feel heavy or sticky at all.
Regarding effectiveness of the product I have to say that it has reduced my blemishes and age old sun spots by 50-60% during the very first week which is great. I have been religiously using it every night after cleaning and toning my face and I could really see the results. I absolutely love products which show results as per the claims. I am going to stick to this till the time I find something better. If you too are suffering from dark spots on your face, do give this a try, especially people with combination skin as this prevents further popping up of zits.
Pros of Avene Eau Thermale D-Pigment Light Dark Spot Lightener:
• Simple packaging with pointed tip for precise on-spot application.
• Effective product.
• No funny/pungent smell.
• Spreads well, so only a tiny amount required each time.
• Absorbs easily.
• No parabens.
Cons of Avene Eau Thermale D-Pigment Light Dark Spot Lightener:
• Not to be used during pregnancy.
• Price for the quantity.
IMBB Rating – 4.75/5
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Avene Eau Thermale D-Pigment Light Dark Spot Lightener?
Definitely yes, one of the best products for lightening dark spots.
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