Remember this post I did a couple of month ago? Well, I am happy to give you an update after almost 2 months of using the full range of Diorsnow.
See, the reason I decided to start using a whitening/brightening regime was due to my skin getting dull, uneven toned with some early signs of pigmentation due to my ignorance in using an SPF during the day, but especially because I was sick of having to conceal these marks on the left side of my face (as shown above)... also the chicken pox mark I got just a year ago on the right side of my forehead, as shown below...
even with thick makeup, the marks are still visible...
Now I've used another whitening range before around 5-6 years ago, and I know that these products (if you use the right ones) really do work like a charm in giving you an even skin tone and a brighter complexion... not so much a big change in the colour of your complexion but you will see your skin looking clearer somewhat cleaner, especially when you have very oily skin like moi.
After a month, you can see that those scars has lightened a lot and the pimple mark on the lower part of my left cheek is non-existent! I could even wear really light makeup and not worry about those marks :)
And just last weekend during dinner, as seen in the photo above, my face sans makeup (well, I cheated a little as I can't live without my eyebrow pencil and lippie!! so, don't sue me...) and I feel free after just 6 weeks of using the entire range! In fact, I have occasionally not wear make up since 2 weeks ago and I feel just fine and dandy. My skin is now even toned, I haven't had a dull-skin day since I started using it and my skin feels softer and smoother. I can't say much about their effect on my large pores because they mainly target to brighten one's complexion but I did see an overall improvement due to its exfoliating properties. Therefore, I am extremely happy.
So, thank you, Dior and its brilliant Diorsnow range. The products have not yet run out except for its White Reveal Renewing Mask which I think will deplete in another 2-3 uses. Kinda bad on the wallet but it pays well too :D
Have you tried any whitening/brightening skincare? Would you like to give Dior a try?