February 24, 2018

Luminaze Skin Brightening Skincare

The older I get the more interested I am in skin brightening products. Luminaze is one of the newest lines to fall in this range. It works by using enzymes to breakdown excess pigmentation that occurs in the skin. What is left is brighter skin with a more even skin tone and radiant glow. The Luminaze Enzyme Complex found in wild mushrooms that grow off of tree bark found in the Swiss Alps. Scientists noticed that the tree bark around the mushrooms was lighter than the rest of the bark and today we have the gentle formula in 4-step skincare regime.

The Luminaze skincare system consists of a Skin Brightening Facial Cleanser ($28) that treats hyperpigmentation. Coconut-enriched, this cleanser is thicker than you would think. It lathers into a gentle foam and provides a nice clean feeling that helps to tighten your pores. I loved that part of it and that it was fragrance free and safe for all skin tones. The Intensive Brightening and Correcting Night Cream, 1.7 Ounce ($120) (for both a.m. and p.m.) is a two-step cream. Both light in texture and fragrance free it can be used as a night cream. It helps to reduce dark spots and helps to renew dull skin using Jojoba oil and shea butter. Apply it to your neck and face for firmer skin. It works best on normal to dry skin. There is also an Intense Brightening Brilliant Serum Concentrate ($135) that can work as a mask as well. That one I did not get to try.

What I liked about the Luminaze skincare system is that the steps are easy, there are not a lot of complicated steps to follow and they can be used both day and night and on multi-ethnic skin too. None of the products have a harsh scent or cause redness or irritation. They are available at Luminaze.com, Sephora, Dillards, Nordstrom and Bergdorf Goodman.

MPR Rating: Four Stars.

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*Image from elle.com.