Perfect skin, courtesy of Pepta-Bright?

Pigmentation has been a skin woe for me, for as long as I can remember. I suffer from the same hyperpigmentation marks which my Mum has and my skin scars easily if I start tampering with any pesky spots which occasionally pop up.




I've tried so many products which have promised to get rid of unsightly pigmentation scars, that

The latest wonder product on the market is Pepta-bright, which comes complete with a number of promises, which if they are to be believed, will completely transform your skin completely. With consistent use, the latest launch from Indeed Laboratories, claims to restore your skins natural luminosity, enabling skin to look brighter and clearer.Use Pepta-bright and you're guaranteed to benefit from the following:

* Gives a more uniform skin tone.
* Gently fades hyperpigmentation
* Restores luminosity and radiance to skin
* Prevents, treats and diminishes dark spots
* Prevents signs of photo-aging
* Stimulates cell turnover
* Maintains skins hydration



Sounds too good to be true to me. I've been using it for little under a week so far, applying it underneath my moisturiser and serum of choice. It's easy to apply and comes in a cream-serum formula, absorbs easily, yet is rich in texture making it a great base for moisturiser. It slips easily into my existing skincare regime. You don't need to apply a large amount at all and I find squeezing a small blob into my hand covers my entire face sufficiently. I take care to apply a moisturiser with SPF after use too.

Pepta-bright doesn't contain any harmful ingredients known to frequent many products aimed at tackling pigmentation or brightening skin tones, such as hydroquinone, kojic acid and mercury.

I'm sceptical, I've been here before, having worked myself up into a frenzy in the past over a product which claims to tackle all the issues I have with my skin. I've used it dutifully, as instructed and have seen less than impressionable results over an extended period of time.

We'll see how this goes....

How much is it? £29 (30ml)
Where can I buy it from? Exclusive to Boots and Boots.com




*This product was provided for review consideration.


6 beauty lovers have sumthin to say:

Babbles About Beauty said...

I saw this in Boots yesterday and was tempted but was put off by the £30 price tag. Can't wait to hear about your results!

Nicola xo - babblesaboutbeauty.com

SuperSummer said...

Do keep us updated on your progress with this!

Glitter The Rose said...

Oh this sounds interesting, I also have some pigmentation issues. Would love to know how it works for you in the long run x

Nadie says said...

I've been using the Dermalogica Chromawhite products for a month and have seen a vast improvement. I would recommend it to anyone who has dark spots caused by scarring.

Seun Ogunsola said...

Ambi Fade cream works for me, it clears most dark marks in a few weeks (with constant use). The dont sell it in the UK but you can buy it on Amazon

Yinka said...

@Babbles About Beauty - Yeah it's not cheap for something you're unsure will actually work.

@SuperSummer - Will do, post coming up shortly.

@Glitter The Rose - Post coming up very soon.

@Seun - I bought some Ambi Fade products from NY a few years ago and they didn't work for me. Oh well, back to the drawing board. Thanks for the rec though.

@Nadie - Really? I have a Chromawhite cleanser

 

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