Hyperpigmentation Series: Anew Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum

Hyperpigmentation Series: Anew Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum

Today we continue the Hyperpigmetation Series with Avon. On April 1 Avon launched its potent new Anew Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum (UK exclusive). The revolutionary pigmentation correction product claims to improve overall clarity, fade dark spots and even out the complexion. Avon Anew Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum is formulated with with injectable-grade L-aspartic acid, a skin brightening complex. With continued regular use, Avon Anew Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum is said to to reduce the appearance of discoloration and promote radiant luminous skin.

Avon Anew Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum boasts two powerful components:

  1. The brightening gel, which is said to help remove dull skin cells
  2. The anti-discoloration helix, which assists in brightening skin tone and reduces the appearance of dark spots

In a four week clinical trial, 100% of participants noted improved skin clarity. 91% saw an improvement in skin tone. Avon Anew Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum sounds like a powerful tool for your Hyperpigmentation arsenal! Willing to give it a try?

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Lord knows I need something. I’ve purchased the highest price end items and not much of anything. I just don’t won’t to waste anymore money. I might give this a try though, I’ll have to research the ingredients and see if there is any science behind the ingredients. I’m just so skeptical, ads make it sound like it is all so wonderful, and then you get the product and it doesn’t live up to it’s claims.

  2. Sounds promising. I’ve tried so many products over the years. And I’ve been told more than once that I’m hoping for the impossible–even skin! I’ll stay tuned.

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