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How to protect against dark spots

As women hit their forties, dark spots can start to appear on the décolletage area, face and even hands. These dark patches develop gradually over time, but they can also be caused by long periods of time spent in the sun without wearing any SPF. The Helena Rubinstein Re-Plasty Laserist range helps to correct dark spots and make them disappear completely from the skin’s surface.

DARK SPOTS

Commonly referred to as ‘age spots’, these dark patches can also be called sun spots or lentigos. An over-production of melanin results in brown patches on the skin’s surface that can appear all over the body, from the hands to the face and even décolletage area. The appearance of dark spots is dramatically increased when spending prolonged periods of time in the sun without using a quality SPF and can even affect the skin of younger women who fail to protect themselves from the sun’s harmful rays.

Although these spots are harmless and benign, they are nonetheless unpleasant, which is why Helena Rubinstein has worked alongside LaClinic-Montreux to develop a skincare range that reduces the appearance of these unwanted spots and even  make them fade away completely.

THE RE-PLASTY LASERIST RANGE

Re-Plasty Laserist is the first ever skincare range to replicate the results and effectiveness of aesthetic medicine. The range includes a serum and a corrector pen, which respectively help to minimize and instantly hide dark spots. Thanks to the innovative combination of anti-dark spot molecules, the Re-Plasty Laserist skincare range fights against the 3 most pertinent signs of ageing; dark spots, redness and surface irregularities.

Using the anti-dark spot concentrate serum, the first serum to replicate laser intervention, and the corrector pen from the Re-Plasty Laserist range on a daily basis, instantly corrects and hides the telltale signs of ageing whilst giving your complexion an all-over glow. Skin appears younger, firmer and more radiant.

Although it is now possible to fight against these dark spots, it is still important to protect your skin from the sun’s rays using an SPF underneath your day cream and makeup to prevent further skin damage.

 
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