Skip to main content

Estee Lauder Enlighten Dark Spot Correcting Night Serum



Lately I have been obsessed with the Estee Lauder Enlighten Dark Spot Correcting Night Serum.

In the past I tried the Kiehl’s Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution, it was alright but I didn’t find the result that amazing. So when I got a sample of for this Estee Lauder Enlighten Serum, I didn’t have high hopes … But how wrong I was! The sample bottle lasted me for two generous weeks and after that I rushed out to get the full size.

Although it is called a serum, it is a light milky lotion texture, it is easily absorbed into skin and it feels moisturising. With the sample bottle, I used it every night after my cleansing routine. I can see visible results to my face after two weeks. My blemish marks are significantly lighter (my main concern) and the skin tone for the rest of my face is visibly more even. 

Now I have the full size bottle (30ml, also available in 50ml size), I am going to follow the instructions to use it both day and night. Use it at night to reduce marks & pigmentation; use it by day to prevent new pigmentation to develop.

I am really excited that I have found this serum!



Estee Lauder Enlighten Dark Spot Correcting Night Serum - John Lewis - 30 ml £50; 50ml £70





Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Marc Jacobs Beauty is now available from John Lewis!

Gone for the days that we cannot order liquids on Sephora, or cannot visit the Marc Jacobs boutique if you are not in London… Marc JacobsBeauty is now available from John Lewis !!! They are available online or in selected stores.

Makeup Lego : Jouer Little Black Dress Palette

I love Lego and I love Makeup - what if there is a Lego in the makeup world....?! Jouer Cosmetics has made this dream come true, especially with the two palettes that they have: Blushing Beauty Collection and the Little Black Dress palette. A few YouTubers like Essie Button , Fleur De Force , and Ameila have talked about the Blushing Beauty Collection on their videos, but I actually prefer the Little Black Dress palette instead.