As many will know I have been trailing out the Eucerin Even Brighter skin care range in the hopes of generally brightening my skin as well as fading a little hyperpigmentation on my chin. Well eight weeks have now passed and I felt it was time to not only share my overall results but a before and after image of the dark patch I wanted to fade.

First and foremost let me share exactly what Eucerin Even Brighter aims to do when used over a prolonged period of time. In brief Eucerin Even Brighter is a small range of three skin care products that when used together can help to not only reduce hyperpigmentation but also protect the skin against the elements and enhance it's natural radiance, which it is rather fitting with
summer (hopefully) on the way.

The additions of Eucerin Even Brighter Day and Night Creams into my routine has been pretty wonderful, gone is any little dry patches on my face which I have been blaming on the constant flow of central heating, it's mid April and still feels like winter most days here in the UK! That aside my skin is much brighter and seems to have lost it's dull winter cast which pleases me no e

nd. Both creams within the Eucerin Even Brighter are fairly thick and intensively moisturising which will be wonderful come the summer months when a combination of sun, sand and sea leave the skin feeling parched.

Okay onto what you all came to see the fading of that irritating little patch which was achieved by applying Eucerin Even Brighter Spot Corrector twice a day, basically this serum like product has been designed to target small areas of hyperpigmentation such as freckles, sun spots , age spots and dark spots on the skin. Due to the doe foot applicator you can target small areas of the face precisely, mess and fuss free. 

So did it work? Yes, yes it did! Okay my little freckle isn't completely gone but with a layer of concealer you can no longer see it where as before it would shine through even the heaviest of foundations.

I think we can safely say that I am impressed and recommend anyone who wants to fade an area to give it a go...what do you have to lose?

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