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Thursday, 2 April 2015

Dermalogica Power Bright TRx Range

2 weeks ago I attended a blogger event for the launch of the new Dermalogica Power Bright TRx range, my interest is immediately piqued when I hear anything that is designed to target hyperpigmentation, but I am usually also skeptical. Dermalogica have created a trio of brightening products designed to target pigmentation and dark spots caused by age, hormones, stress and UV damage.
Dermalogica Power Bright TRx
This intensive range provides a well rounded approach to achieving healthy luminous skin by combining active ingredients; this includes Oligopeptides that reduce melanin formation, while algae extracts, phytic acid and niacinimide to name a few prevent pigment transfer. Of course it contains Hyaluronic acid (need I say more), what doesn't these days, this ingredient isn't going anywhere. Alongside this is Raspberry Seed Oil, Cranberry Seed Oil and Tocopherol enhance barrier protection to smooth skin for a radiant finish. Built-in exfoliation removes existing pigmentation and brightens with Pumpkin Fruit and Moth Bean Seed Extract to promote skin renewal.
Dermalogica Power Bright TRx; C-12 Serum, Pure Light SPF50 & Pure Night
The range consists of 3 products, this includes C-12 Pure Bright Serum, that addresses pigmentation imbalance with the aforementioned peptides, to fight melanin formation. You apply this twice daily, it's a light weight serum that absorbs quickly, you wait a minute and follow with one of the next steps below.

Pure Light SPF50 daytime treatment moisturiser has Oleosome technology that provides elevated daily UV protection for all skin conditions, allowing improved moisturisation and hydration benefits. This SPF moisturiser is great, lightweight, but still moisturising, with no white cast.

In the evening I use Pure Night, this is a rich overnight cream, that isn't greasy. This restores skin luminosity, with the addition of vitamin C, as well as reducing fine dehydration lines.

I have really enjoyed using these products, I think this is boosted by the fact that I had a Environ Facial prior to using these products, which have allowed them to penetrate deep into the skin. My skin is definitely more glowy, radiant and even. I have continued using an oil serum after the C-12 serum at night, to aid with further hydration and partially out of habit. I'm sure you're thinking what's the catch, well that would be the price, although not as pricey as some other pigment fighting products on the market. If you are going to buy one item from this range, I would suggest the serum, which can be used as a targeted treatment on pigmented areasonly so it lasts longer.

You can find the Power Bright Range here, the serum is £79.80, Pure Light is £55 and Pure Night is £66.50 all are 50ml. You can also get the Treatment Kit at £33.70 to try all 3 before investing further.

Have you tried or will you be trying anything from this range?

Thanks for visiting the blog today

Alex