As I grow older, my interest in skin products also grows. The more years of exposure to sun my skin has seen, the more freckly and uneven it has become. Dermagist offers a variety of skin care products, many focused around anti-ageing and skin correction, such as the Dermagist Skin Tone Correcting System.And here’s the disclaimer: I was given a free sample Dermagist Skin Tone Correcting System to review. All opinions about Dermagist Skin Tone Correcting System are my own.
Dermagist Skin Tone Correcting System is a two-part system that targets spots, discoloration, and dull, uneven skin tone. This is a natural product, free of harsh chemicals. It doesn’t have any perfumes added to make smell all pretty and such. The system also contains age-defying peptides that can help you improve the look of wrinkles and lines.
Step one (Skin Brightening Accelerator) accelerates the skin toning process by deeply exfoliating dead, dull skin cells. It is a facial cleanser-type product that you use to help remove the dead, dull skin cells. By removing those cells, you are preparing your skin for the application of the skin brightening agent.
Step two (Skin Brightening Agent) penetrates to help brighten, fade, and even out the tone of the skin. This brightening cream product also helps with dark spots and blotchiness of all types.
Over the course of a month, I have seen some improvement. My skin is brighter and the skin tone a more even than it had been. While I still used my daily moisturizer with SPF, I didn’t use any other skin-correcting products while doing my review. I only used the product a 2–3 times per week.
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