Summer is just a couple of weeks away, which means the sun will be beating down on me and inevitably cause some level of damage despite all the sun block and protective gear I’ll be wearing. So to start summer off right, I decided to “reset” my skin by using products that would help fade sun spots and smooth fine lines I’ve incurred over the years so I can step into summer with renewed skin.
With all the radiance serums, treatment sunscreens and after-sun balms and lotions out there, I couldn’t find anything that aggressively targets the symptoms of photoaging (e.g. hyperpigmentation, loss of elasticity, dryness) as well as Kinerase® does, which has a system dedicated exclusively to sun damage treatment.
But before committing to the entire PhotoFacials Sun Damage Reversal System, I decided to try Kinerase PhotoFacials Night Moisturizer first. It only requires a once-a-day application and it works to increase cell renewal overnight, which maximizes your beauty sleep since this is when the cell and tissue repair process takes place.
It took a couple of weeks for me to notice a difference in my complexion, but I’m sure I would’ve seen results sooner had I used the entire system. I was still pretty impressed though, and 2 weeks was really the best I could have hoped for considering we’re talking years of cumulative sun damage. I noticed that my skin exuded a more luminous tone, even at night when it normally would have taken on a dull, tired appearance. The dark spots I’ve had on my cheeks since I was in high school were lighter, and although I noticed it after 2 weeks, I wasn’t a believer until after a full month of consistent application had passed when the difference was undeniable.
The primary ingredients at play here are the unique lightening agents SepiWhite™MSH and SepiCalm™VG, which work together to inhibit irregular melanin production. It also features 0.125% Kinetin, the highest level of the natural chemical compound found in any skin care line, which has the incredible ability of slowing the visible signs of aging by helping skin retain moisture.
By 6 weeks, my skin had taken on a healthier, more balanced tone and texture, and felt better hydrated throughout the day. I have more confidence to wear less makeup and am more inclined to go bare faced, which is perfect for when the temperature rises. So if you’re looking to “reset” your skin, Kinerase PhotoFacials is definitely worth a try. And whether or not you use the full system or just start off with the Night Moisturizer like I did, you’ll still see results!