Hi everyone! It’s hard to believe that summer is almost over! As your tan starts to fade, you might notice some unevenness, or even dark spots that remain.
Fall is a good time to incorporate some skin brightening products into your routine. They will help to smooth out any unevenness and get your skin back to pre-summer glow.
Step 1 – Get rid of any dulling, dead skin. This can make your complexion look lack-luster and uneven. The Repêchage Biolight Brightening Miracle Mask is perfect for this – it incorporates natural, gentle ingredients that will not bleach the skin, but rather brighten the complexion and gradually make the dark spot appear more even toned. You can use it 2-3 times a week to really help to even out the skin tone. Just leave it on for 10 minutes and your skin will be noticeably smoother.
Step 2 – Address the source. Serums are formulated with a higher concentration of active ingredients and smaller molecules that have the ability to penetrate deeper into the skin. Try a facial serum with Hexapeptide 2 like the Repêchage Biolight Brightening Skin Correct Serum. Hexapeptide 2 is a fast-acting skin-brightening peptide.
Step 3 – Get your beauty sleep. This is the time of year to let your skin restore itself. Help the process along with the Biolight Brightening Overnight Cream. It not only delivers brightening results, but also is a wonderful moisturizer that works to target fine lines and wrinkles to keep your skin looking younger. Use it every night after you’ve applied the brightening serum all over your face and neck.
These are just three great products from the Biolight collection you may want to incorporate into your routine. If you want to do a complete overhaul of your routine, you can also try the Repêchage Biolight Brightening Cleanser, Toner & Daytime Protection Cream.
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*This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health provider with any questions or concerns you may have about a medical condition.