CORRECT PIGMENTATION PROBLEMS:
YES, BUT NOT AT ANY PRICE!

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What women are looking for above all is effectiveness against the appearance of spots and the loss of even skin tone. However, some depigmenting solutions can be quite aggressive and irritate the skin. This can limit the use of such products, especially for sensitive skin.

REFLEX 1:
COMBINE EFFECTIVENESS WITH TOLERANCE

Before adopting an anti-spot routine, it is recommended that you consult a dermatologist, who can determine which solution is the most appropriate, taking into account skin sensitivity.

DO NOT FORGET
UV PROTECTION

Sun exposure is a major cause of spots

Solar lentigines are spots that form as a reaction to direct, prolonged exposure to UV rays. They can appear at any age. When combined with sun exposure, oral contraception and certain medications that change the hormonal balance can also contribute to the appearance of spots. Hormonal activity can also trigger melasma, a form of pigmentation irregularity that affects some women during and/or after their pregnancy.

REFLEX 2:
PROTECT YOURSELF UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES

Therefore it is important to use sun protection throughout the year, even on cloudy days. To protect the skin against UVA and UVB rays, it is advisable to use a skincare product with an SPF of at least 15 on a daily basis. In the event of intense sun exposure, use a very high protection level, such as SPF 50+.

A RADIANT COMPLEXION
IN ONE STEP

Exfoliate once a week

To fight a dull complexion and spots, indulge in a beauty treatment that will round out your PIGMENTCLAR routine. Use a gentle exfoliant to eliminate dead cells, visibly regenerate the skin and awaken the radiance of your complexion without irritating the most fragile skin types.

REFLEX 3:
EXFOLIATE WITHOUT SCOURING

The exfoliant contains granules that act on the skin during rubbing. To prevent irritation, be careful not to press too hard. Perform small circular massages from the bottom to the top of the face, paying special attention to the T-zone. For optimal effectiveness, cleanse your skin before exfoliating.

THE MAKE-UP
REFLEX

Conceal pigmentation problems

For impatient women who want to see their spots and uneven skin tone vanish immediately, complexion products are real allies, giving you an even, luminous complexion in a single step.

The Range

PIGMENTCLAR range offers cutting-edge products to help fading ingrained dark spots and even out the complexion.

TRUE
OR FALSE

RETINOL IS THE
MOLECULE ALLY FOR SENSITIVE SKIN.

TRUE

A precursor of pure vitamin A, it acts both on the surface and deep down to smooth and even out the complexion and visibly reduce the depth of wrinkles.Its plus point? Its strong soothing properties on clinical signs of aging make it an anti-aging ally of choice.
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YOUR DIET HAS NOTHING
TO DO WITH HOW YOUR SKIN AGES.

FALSE

Eating a balanced diet full of antioxidants (berries, apples, brocoli etc.), essential fatty acides and trace elements and leaving a healthy lifestyle actually helps your skin looking young.
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CLEANSING IS KEY IN
YOUR ANTI-AGEING RITUAL.

TRUE

Cleansing removes not only make-up but all impurities accumulated throughout the day, such as pollution, sebum, sweat. Skincare products are most effective on clean skin. Without this crucial step, impurities would clog the pores and suffocate the skin, preventing the active ingredients contained in your skincare product from doing their job.
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TIREDNESS CAN SHOW
ON THE SKIN AROUND YOUR EYES.

TRUE

With tiredness or age, blood and lymph microcirculation around the eyes may slow. The very thin skin around the eye contour readily reveals the marks of poor vascularization or inadequate lymph drainage. This is what provokes the appearance of signs of tiredness, such as shadows or puffiness.
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THE SUN IS YOUR
SKIN'S BEST FRIENEMY.

TRUE

Multiple environmental aging factors stem from the very energy source that gives us light and life: the sun. The effects of UVB have been known for decades: sunburn and skindamage. But UVB is just one facet of sun-induced aging. Present all year round, even in cloudy weather, UVA and infrared rays penetrate deep within the skin, degrading its essential building blocks.
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Did you
know?

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71% of women* from 25 to 55 have wrinkles around their eyes.