Friday, 21 February 2014

Pepta-Bright by Indeed Labs Review

Hey Guys,

Today's post is a review of Pepta-Bright by Indeed labs. I bought this from Priceline about 5 weeks ago and have been using it ever since. Read on to know whether it does what it claims to do and is it worth it?


What the company says about this product:


Dullness and dark spots can significantly age the look of skin. pepta-bright is a lightweight yet moisture rich cream that helps reduce the appearance of dark spots and areas while promoting overall skin radiance, leaving a more even toned, luminous complexion. pepta-bright is free of hydroquinone, kojic acid, mercury and parabens.




Active Ingredients:


Chromabright

Is a new active for safe skin brightening. 
It induces a significant lightening effect on the skin, 
at the same time that fights against photoaging.


O.D.A White

A skin brightening ingredient with a new mechanism of action 
inhibiting the entire metabolic pathway of melanin synthesis 
from the nucleus of the melanocyte.




BENEFITS

Even skin tone
Reduce and lighten hyper-pigmentation
Prevent, treat and diminish dark spots
Restore luminosity and radiance to the skin
Prevent the formation of future dark spots and fight against photo-aging
Stimulate cell turnover
Maintain skin's hydration


My thoughts:

I have been using this product for over 4 weeks now. With skin care products I feel I have to use them for more than 3-4 weeks to actually notice a difference in my skin. Pepta bright is a cream serum that I use day and night after cleansing and applying Hydraluron. This product has been a staple because it has actually done what it claims to do. I will say I have noticed a brighter looking complexion after using this product for so long. It has evened out my skin tone a fair bit and also my skin feels more radiant.

My acne scars have not disappeared but they do appear a lot lighter than they used to. My only complain would be the smell. I don't like it but because it does what it claims I can live with the smell. I only have a couple of more uses left out of this serum after which I will definitely be repurchasing it. I bought mine from Priceline for $34.99 . You can also buy it from MyChemist, Chemist Warehouse and BigW. I think it is totally worth the cost because it has actually worked for me. Very few skin care products woo me and Pepta-Bright has made its mark in my skincare regime.


Have you tried Pepta-Bright before? Did it work for you??

6 comments:

  1. I haven't, actually, but your review just may have convinced me to try it! :)

    Great review, hun.

    xx

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    1. Bright Radiant skin (tick)
      You should definitely try it.

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  2. Thanks for the review! This product has been on my radar, but I wasn't sure if it delivers, sounds like it certainly does :)

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    1. I think most of Indeed's products deliver what they claim.

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  3. How do you use yours? In the morning or night, before or after moisturiser? Thanks! Great review, makes me want to use the one I purchased more often.

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    1. After cleansing I tone, apply Hydraluron and then pepta bright. Once it sinks in I use my moisturizer and sunscreen.

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