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07th Sep 2020

Win a complete Eucerin anti-pigmentation bundle for you and your mum

Louise Carroll

Brought to you by HerFamily

Immaculate skin in no time. 

Hyperpigmentation is just one of the ways we can look older and it occurs in a myriad of ways. We can experience pigment spots from sun exposure, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (due to trauma or injury) and larger patches of hyperpigmentation known as melasma or chloasma that’s often triggered by hormonal changes.

Often, hyperpigmentation can leave skin looking dull and unhealthy, hence its notoriously negative rep.

Now, this is not to say we don’t adore our freckles! But sometimes darker pigmentation is quite obviously damage to the skin rather than those cute, sunkissed speckles.

With so many of us keen to banish these age spots and hyperpigmentation patches for good, we’re helping to give away a beautiful and effective treatment bundle, namely the Eucerin Anti-Pigment Range, which includes the Anti-Pigment Dual Serum (€52), the Anti-Pigment Day Cream (€24.30), an Anti-Pigment Night Cream (€24.30) and the Anti-Pigment Spot Corrector (€19) — two of each, just for you and mum. 

First visible results in two weeks, for best results please use twice daily for 12 weeks

The Eucerin Anti-Pigment Range has set an all-new standard in treating hyperpigmentation through extensive research and the use of exclusive active ingredients such as Thiamidol which works to reduce the enzyme causing dark patches.

So, to at last be liberated from pigmentation, simply fill in your details below.

(If you cannot see the competition form or its ‘submit’ button, please click here.)

Brought to you by HerFamily

Medical skincare expert, Eucerin, sets new standards in treating hyperpigmentation with the mission to improve the quality of women’s lives all over the world.

The exclusive active ingredient of Eucerin’s Anti-Pigment range, Thiamidol, acts directly to reduce melanin production in skin — the root cause of hyperpigmentation. It works by blocking the enzyme, tyrosinase, which is known to increase the production of melanin.