Lately, I have been trying out a new solution on my face. Luminaze Catalytic Skin Tone Illuminator and Dark Spot Corrector is a breakthrough towards my, seemingly endless, quest for beautiful, even skin. It is “clinically proven to noticeably enhance evenness of skin tone in just 7 days.” This new product has also been proven better than prescribed products.
I’ve been using this for just over seven days and I am noticing a difference. I’m not the only one either. I was out on a play date with a friend and her girls last week and when she first saw me, she looked at me and told me that I looked really good and asked what was different.
Before using this, I didn’t even think I had any skin tone problems. Slowly over the years, like everyone does, I got older. I never noticed because when you are looking at something day after day, you don’t notice the subtle changes. The past few days, I’ve found that my face looks more luminous and even. It is also softer to the touch.
Luminaze “harnesses the ability of the natural lignin peroxidise enzyme (LIP), obtained from a tree fungus, to break down melanin, producing visible results quickly and gently. LIP, the active ingredient in Luminaze, improves the appearance of age spots, post-acne discoloration and other dark areas, restoring skin’s radiance and revealing a visibly brighter and more even skin tone.”
Luminaze works in two steps. After washing your face, just apply the Luminaze Enzyme solution from Pump #1 all over your face. Then you apply an equal amount of the Bio-Activator solution from Pump #2 all over your face. Very easy.
Luminaze is available at The Bay stores across Canada for $120 for a 30ml bottle. I use between 2-3 pumps of each twice a day so it lasts awhile.
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Disclosure: I received a sample of Luminaze for free to complete my feature. The opinions expressed in this post are mine only and are in no way influenced by any outside factors.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.