Say Goodbye To Dark Spots


Say Goodbye To Dark Spots

Dark Spots. Pigmentation. Uneven skin tone. Many of us struggle with these common skin problems and try a slew of skincare products that don’t produce the results that we desire.

The truth is to help fade stubborn dark spots and patches, it’s important to use skincare containing active ingredients scientifically proven to brighten our complexion and improve skin tone.

Enter: Elucent Even Tone Dark Spot Corrector. This spot corrector serum has all of the top-performing ingredients that work collectively to give you a more radiant, glowing complexion.

The science behind the skincare

The Even Tone Dark Spot Corrector forms part of the Elucent Even Tone range – a line of products aimed at improving the brightness and texture of your skin. Australian owned and made, Elucent combines innovative research with top skincare science. The range contains active-ingredient formulas that will help you get your natural glow back.

The Elucent Even Tone Dark Spot Corrector is the go-to product and your best friend when it comes to improving skin tone and visibly reducing pigmentation – that is, pesky dark patches and spots. A skin brightening lotion, it’s formulated with a blend of powerful antioxidants and vitamins to target dark spots and discolouration caused by the sun.

The product contains phyllanthus emblica fruit extract, safflower (Carthamus Tinctorius) seed oil, and vitamins B3 (Niacinamide), vitamin C (Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate) and vitamin E (Tocopherol). Natural plant extracts used in topical skin-lightening products have been shown to help improve hyperpigmentation and the overall appearance of the skin¹, while vitamins C, B3 (niacinamide), and E, are considered the most important antioxidants in skincare as they all have the ability to penetrate the skin and can help with anti-ageing².

Emblica fruit extract is a rich source of vitamin C and works against harmful environmental stressors (think pollution, stress, smoke and the sun) to brighten the skin³, and safflower seed oil contains powerful anti-inflammatory properties and helps moisturise the skin.

Vitamins B3 and E work cohesively to reduce inflammation and blemishes, helping the skin look more bright, radiant and even. In fact, all of the Elucent Even Tone products contain niacinamide and vitamin B3, which has been shown to reduce hyperpigmentation and increase skin lightness⁴. Vitamin E also plays a crucial role, helping protect the skin against the effects of UV radiation and other harmful free radicals. It also boasts anti-inflammatory properties to help smooth damaged skin, and is very moisturising so it nourishes the skin⁵.

How to apply

To maximise results, it’s best to use the Elucent Even Tone Dark Spot Corrector after you have finished cleansing. The light, milky white texture means that it is quickly and easily absorbed by the skin. Better yet, it’s dermatologically tested and suitable for all skin types.

So whether you are hoping to reduce the appearance of age spots, brighten dull skin or improve uneven skin tone, the Elucent Even Tone Dark Spot Corrector is a revolutionary product that can be added to any good skincare regimen. Restoring even skin tone and reclaiming a glowing complexion has never been easier.


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