New Beauty: Estée Lauder Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator
Yesterday I received the June issue of Essence magazine in the mail and what did I see on the very first page? An arrestingly stunning photo of model Joan Smalls in her first Estée Lauder ad! Joan is the face of Estée Lauder’s newest skincare innovation, Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator, a serum that reduces discoloration in skin. Here are the product details:
The first fast-acting Serum from Estée Lauder Research proven to dramatically reduce the look of uneven skintone:
- acne marks
- dark spots
- sun spots
Instantly: redness is reduced, skin looks fresh and radiant.
In just 2 weeks: 62% of women showed a significant improvement in skintone in a clinical test.
Over time: skin looks noticeably clearer and brighter, vibrant and more even-toned.
This intensive, yet gentle oil-free serum features powerful technologies to address the look of every key sign of uneven skintone:
- Triple-Optic Technology provides skin with a brighter, more luminous look from the very first application.
- CorrectTone Technology visibly reduces uneven skintone in 2 weeks, while anti-oxidants help prevent its re-appearance.
Imagine skin so incredibly clear, even-toned and radiant, you have nothing to hide. Proven gentle and effective for all ethnicities.
Sounds pretty good, right? I’m loving this new crop of skin care products that eliminate hyper-pigmentation without the use of bleaching agents. Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator will be available at Estée Lauder counters in June for $58 for 1 ounce and $85 for 1.7 ounces. It’s also available to presale now on the Estée Lauder website, which says it will ship before May 30th.
My skintone could definitely use some evening out, so I’m very interested in trying this! Will you be giving Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator a try? And is Joan’s ad not gorgeous?! Share your thoughts in the comments!