November 19, 2013
About Lancôme DreamTone: DreamTone is the next generation in dark spot correction. This customized skin tone correcting serum is so powerful, 72% of women dare to bare their skin.* The new DreamTone is 3 barely-tinted serums formulated to visibly correct dark spots, color imperfections and give you a more even-looking skin tone. It comes in 3 serums customized for your skin tone: 1- Fair, 2 – Medium, 3 – Dark.
• 74% saw glowing skin*
• 70% noticed a more even skin tone*
• 69% saw the appearance of dark spots reduced*
• 78% saw color imperfections reduced*
Lancôme DreamTone retails for $98 for a 1.3 fl oz. bottle and is available for purchase at Lancôme.com and department stores nationwide
I have been using this 2 times a day for the past 3-4 weeks and I have seen an improvement in my skintone overall. It's not a miracle worker, but my skin seems to have less splotchy redness and some of the scars on my face have faded a bit. I will definitely continue to use this.
See the difference for yourself!
I received complimentary product from SheSpeaks/Lancôme
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