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Lotion P50 PIGM 400 lightens skin and reduces pigmentation marks

P50 PIGM 400We all love our P50. In fact, many of our clients can’t live without it. Now, Biologique Recherche has rolled out a new formulation of this cult favorite, designed to lighten the skin and reduce pigmentation marks.

Lotion P50 PIGM 400 is an exfoliating and brightening lotion that is ideal for dull complexions with hyperpigmented marks. Unexpected ingredients pack a powerful punch: Palmaria Palmata extract lightens pigmentation and inhibits melanin synthesis, AHAs exfoliate, and Vitamin B3 and Wasabi extract are powerful antioxidants. Recover luminous and radiant skin with an even, lightened complexion.

Use as you would other P50 formulations: The first week, soak a cotton pad moistened with water with Lotion P50 PIGM 400 and apply to the face, neck and cleavage, patting upward gently without rubbing. The following days, skip the water and soak a dry cotton pad with Lotion P50 PIGM 400. Follow with your other favorite BR products.

And don’t worry if you first feel a bit of tingling upon use. When the pH of the epidermis is unbalanced, you will feel the P50’s acidity. Once the skin is balanced, that sensation goes away.

For more on this new formulation of P50, check out this Man Repeller interview with Dr. Allouche.

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maryjane

this is nice.

Sally Mitchell

This product looks promising. I haven't really tried this P50 before and thank you for this post. It enlightened me that I should be using this product real soon. I love that it neutralizes the skin and removes pigmentation. Where can I buy this? Is this available online?

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