Eucerin’s Even Brighter Range is for skin that has hyperpigmentation, promising a reduction in dark spots in 12 weeks. I have some hyperpigmentation, weirdly, mainly on my neck, but it’s never bothered me at all. Not so, some of my friends who are always bemoaning their ‘dark spots’. Actually, I’ve asked one of my friends to be a tester for this range – she has skin redness, hyperpigmentation and dry skin. So far, she is reporting back that it’s a very hydrating range that has made a difference already in her moisture levels. It’s too soon to tell whether the pigmentation is being reduced, but I think that if she is finding skin benefits already in reducing dryness, then pigmentation reduction is a bonus at the end of the trial! She has a very active lifestyle – she runs and walks a lot – so her skin is constantly exposed to UV. Eucerin Even Brighter works by reducing the amount of melanin produced so those dark spots that appear especially dark when the sun comes out, won’t.
I’m sure I’ve said before that when I let my friends into my beauty room, they all bypass the premium ranges and head straight for Eucerin. I can flag up Chanel, Armani and Dior til I’m blue in the face but the scramble is always for Eucerin!
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I was told my a Eucerin rep that they are the no.1 brand in Europe in their price range. I’m not sure if this is accurate, but he’d have no reason to fib about it. One of their products I totally swear by is their hyaluron filler concentrate. The difference it makes on mature skin, especially around the eyes and on the neck, is amazing.
Interesting you say that about the hyaluron filler.. was thinking to give it a go myself. x
I’d be surprised if you were disappointed Jane. Which reminds me, I need more.
Could your pigmentation on your neck be caused by perfume?
I think mine was.