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Pepta-bright: For HD skin?

New from Indeed Labs and more commonly known as the makers of 'Nanoblur', 'Hydraluron' and 'Peptalash' comes yet another innovation, this time geared more towards bringing back skins natural glow and luminosity just in time for Spring/Summer whilst targeting dark spots, pigmentation and uneven skin tone at the same time so we can pull of those 'no-make-up-make-up' looks with confidence in the sun. 

Pepta-bright contains 7 active ingredients that address 7 individual factors responsible for causing hyperpigmentation. Apparently this is the most common concerns of patients that dermatologists come across i.e. uneven skin tone and dark spots on the face. Instead of opting for laser treatments and intensive facials that peel the skin using chemicals, this is meant to be a safer alternative to that. 

Depending on the skin concerns you have I guess this can help solve your problems on a particular level of intensity. For instance, I don't suffer from major discolouration on the skin, just a little darkness around the mouth area which I would like to get rid of and I can already see it making a tiny bit of difference in a matter of weeks. 

However for someone like my mum, who suffers from dark brown spots on her cheeks from hyperpigmentation, that needs a heavy duty concealer to conceal them would hardly see a difference in the reduction of those marks in my opinion. Having said that, I'm going to let her have a go at it for a period of months to see if it miraculously works, when many chemical peels have failed to show a difference. 

It's a thick cream that melts on to the face and provides a good amount of moisture whilst immediately making skin glow naturally. I use it under my regular moisturiser (La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo) or sometimes even on it's own as I like how it looks and doesn't make my skin feel tight or in need of more moisture. 

Over a period of days I noticed how it's made my skin clearer, brighter and slightly more radiant on its own. I cannot explain precisely but it looks more 'high definition' now even in a magnifying mirror and I can get away without make-up more often than before. I plan to see great results in the weeks to come as it is a promising product. 

Do give it a try if you have Asian/Indian skin in particular that is dull, lacking moisture, slightly uneven and scarred by blemish marks. To me it seems to fit somewhere in between my Effaclar Duo and Alpha H Liquid Gold in terms of what purpose it serves albeit more milder, soothing and suitable for sensitive skin. 

30ml tube available for 29.99 at Boots. 

J said...

Hi !

Can you keep us updated with the results your mom experiences?

Also can you share a post about your current skincare routine? I'd love to know your thoughts on the Liquid Gold as well!

Sheefa F said...

Of course, I was thinking of doing an updated skincare post soon :)

Unknown said...

Hi! I have suffered from quite bad blemishes in the past year or so and have quite a few rather red scars left behind - I also have quite pale skin so these seem even more obvious! Do you think this product would help those? I'd love to try it but don't want to waste £30 on a product that won't work :( thanks! x




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