According to a 2009 survey, 85 percent of Australian women want to reduce their pigmentation, while 96 percent of women want brighter, more even toned skin. I'm not surprised; luminous, translucent and bright skin is the holy grail of, well skin. But up until now, anti-pigmentation technology hasn't targeted dendrite extension; dendrites being the "tenticles" of melanocytes, the things that transport melanin pigments to the epidermis. It sounds confusing but what you need to take away with you is that Clarins has found a way to target and control the extension of dendrites using sea lily extract. The new White Plus HP range from Clarins offers protection against ALL factors involved in hyper-pigmentation. The range includes a cream-to-foaming cleanser, three moisturisers (oil-free for combination skin, milky for dry skin and SPF20 for matte sun protection), a roll-on targeted treatment stick and firming serum. My mum suffers from patches of pigmentation and has been LOV-ing the range since I asked her to try.
Survey conducted by Nutrimetics Beauty Laboratory.