Dermalogica PowerBright TRx Can Brighten Your Skin In 45 Days

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Looking for ways to roll back the years, look refreshed, radiant and healthier? Dermalogica may have the answer. After spending several years researching melanin biosynthesis and the process of how the skin can be brightened, they've come up with a three-tiered approach to significantly lighten the signs of hyperpigmentation within 45 days.

There are several reasons for hyperpigmentation to show up on the skin. Sun damage, age and hormones all contribute to hyperpigmentation and PowerBright TRx was designed to combat visible pigmentation from all three sources.  In the past, treatments were harsh and often caused peeling or damaged the skin further. PowerBright TRx uses designer peptides, vitamin C, acids and a very special seaweed extract to help stop excessive melanin in it's tracks. This is a much less harsh, healthier way to treat the skin. According to Dermalogica, you'll see results in as little as 45 days. Most systems take three to six months to see real results.

PowerBright TRx is meant to be used in conjunction with good skincare practices. You want to always wear an SPF any time you are awake during daylight hours. You want to exfoliate your skin regularly and you want to get follow up with a dermatologist should you have any additional concerns or notice major changes in your skin. PowerBright TRx is a great partner when you are doing the best for your skin and want to see real changes.

It's easy to use the PowerBright TRx system and there are no painful creams or serums. You apply a C-12 Pure Light Brightening Serum after cleansing your face in the morning, followed by your Pure Light SPF 50 sunscreen. At night, you'll apply the Pure Night Overnight Nourishing Treatment Cream. That's it. There is no redness, no peeling, no inflammation.

I've been using this for close to 60 days and I've seen some changes. However, they haven't been major changes. I've had peels and laser treatments to reduce my hyperpigmentation, so treatments need to be very, very strong in order to affect my skin. If you have not tried more dramatic ways to reduce dark spots, I believe this will work for you. I've spoken with several estheticians about this line and their clients are seeing dramatic results. The bottom line is, if you are new to trying to reduce hyperpigmentation, this is a great place to start before moving on to more dramatic options.

Each product is available in a full size and retails for $60-90. Alternatively, you can try a sample kit of PowerBright TRx for $38. If you've tried this, please share your experience!

What have you tried to lighten your hyperpigmentation? Tell me all about it!

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  1. Look, I almost never comment and for the most part I don't care what people post about. But skin whitening stuff? REALLY. REALLY?! I am done. I will no longer follow this site.

    1. Hi Melani- I'm not sure I understand what about getting rid of the look of sun damage is offensive? I'm not suggesting that people would/could/should use this to change the color of their person. I'm suggesting that if you have sun damage and have brown splotches that this would be a good way to give your skin a more even toned look. You are welcome to your opinion and I'll be bummed to lose you as a reader, but I don't understand what you are upset about. I hope you will reply.

    2. I thought your blog entry was very clear that the point of the product is lightening spots and splotches back to their natural shade, _not_ altering one's overall original natural skin color. Melani looks younger and may not understand that sun damage starts causing spots on our faces as we age, and that many of us would like to make our skin even _in our natural color_ rather than splotchy with sun damaged spots. Maybe she doesn't understand that hyperpigmentation = unevenness? Regardless, it's clear from your blog that you certainly do NOT promote the nauseating idea that "whiter" might mean "better." I'm sorry you had to deal with a misunderstanding about it!


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