Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Lancôme DreamTone Customized Skin Tone Correcting Serum for Dark Spots, Uneven Skin Tone, and Color Imperfections



Lancôme recently introduced a trio of new serums to their powerful skin care line-up, and I have been flooded with requests on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube to review it. I am glad to announce that I will indeed be reviewing DreamTone sometime this month, and I will begin testing the product this weekend. I am so excited to share my thoughts with you because I have seen so many rave reviews online already! For now, here is some information on these new customized skin tone correcting serums.

WHO IS IT FOR?
DreamTone is for the woman seeking visible dark spot correction and a more even skin tone. She wants skin so naturally beautiful, she can dare to bare her skin. 

WHAT IS IT?
DreamTone is a new generation skin tone clarifying serum that not only corrects the look of dark spots, but also goes beyond to correct the appearance of uneven skin tone and color imperfections. The serum is customized to skin's specific needs — such as treating the look of dark spots or redness.

WHAT DOES IT TARGET?
A global study on women of multiple ethnicities resulted in three formulas adapted to specific skin tones:
  • Fair: Corrects the appearance of dark spots, uneven skin tone, dullness and provides specific color correction for the look of redness
  • Medium: Corrects the appearance of dark spots, uneven skin tone, dullness and provides specific color correction for the look of sallowness (olive)
  • Dark: Corrects the appearance of dark spots, uneven skin tone, dullness and provides specific color correction for the look of acne & blemish marks

HOW DOES IT ENHANCE SKIN TONE?
Based on the L'Oréal Skin Color Chart and using the Fitzpatrick scale, soft-focus tinted pearls were carefully selected for each formula. As a result, each skin tone can enjoy the benefits of light scattering technology that refracts and diffuses, for a more even and radiant surface that is perfectly complimented with just the right amount and type of light.

THE RESULTS
Immediately: 74% saw glowing skin
7 Days: 70% reported a more even skin tone and 76% saw dullness reduced
4 Weeks: 69% noted the appearance of dark spots reduced
8 Weeks: 78% saw color imperfections reduced
SO POWERFUL, 72% OF WOMEN DARED TO BARE THEIR SKIN!

PRICING & AVAILABILITY:
$98 (1.3 oz.)
Available this Fall at Lancôme counters and www.lancome.com

NOTE: I have been asked what the difference between Visionnaire and DreamTone is, as I have been one of Visionnaire's biggest fans since its release. Since I have not yet tried DreamTone on my face, I assume the primary distinction is that Visionnaire focuses on tightening up the pores and smoothing out lines while DreamTeam is intended specifically for correcting dark spots and other color imperfections. I will report back in the review what the differences in texture and results are!

7 comments:

  1. oh please report back once u have tried out this product!!!! I really want to see if you also get good results from it!

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  2. Visionnaire is for tightening pores, smoothing out lines, and evening out skin TEXTURE . Dream tone you're right, is for DARK SPOTS and evening out SKIN TONE.

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  3. I think you'll definitely like the Dreamtone if you've got spots/discolorations. I've used mine for about 2 and a half weeks at night with 2 pumps and I've noticed a difference. I've been getting comments on how my complexion looks much better too! Plus it's supposed to work three times faster than anything else on the market and the spots aren't supposed to come back once it's minimized. I only know this because I work for Lancome ;)

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  4. I'm still a little confused with the three types skin tone concept. I'm Asian, tanned. I was going to purchase the #2-Medium mainly because I'm a medium skin tone. But reading this post raised a question. I should go for the #3 Dark? I have some discoloration and acne scars.

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  5. I have fair skin but my main problem is hyperpigmentation and acne blemishes. Should I buy the #1 to match my skin colour or #3 to match my skin problems?

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  6. I'm totally waiting for the review,but went crazy online and purchased it today :)

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  7. I have been using Dreamtone #2 for 2 months and really am not impressed with the dark spots, not much of a difference for me, not impressed at all for the cost!

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