Chronic exposure to ultraviolet light often times results in effects such as premature skin aging. The manifestations of photoaged skin include splotchy color, wrinkling, mottled pigmentation, roughness, and loss of elasticity. Many of these visible signs of photoaging are caused by varying histological and cytological changes created by chronic sun exposure. The loss of collagen fibers, which gives our skin shape and strength, as well as the loss of elastin fibers, which gives our skin its natural elasticity, result in a drastic breakdown of the skin’s fibrous matrix. This creates an inelastic, thin, dull-appearing skin that is littered with dark spots and uneven pigmentation. And while there are many invasive treatments that can treat these dark spots and varying pigmentations, the most common are topical creams. Think it best to know more about these creams before jumping to a decision?
So, the question is, Will Lumedia restore the even pigmentation of your skin, brighten dark spots, and leave you glowing? Or does it all seem too good to be true?
Bremenn Research Labs, the manufacturer and distributer of Lumedia Skin Brightening Cream, is one of the leading skin treatment laboratories that specialize in the the reversal of dark spots, uneven pigmentation in the skin, as well as melanin caused splotches within the dermis. Lumedia is a rare product that boasts not only the ability to lighten the skin and even out the color of pigment, but also seems to act as an anti-aging product as well – boasting its ability to tighten as well as treat the skin for discoloration. Seemingly able to reverse or limit freckles, discoloration, skin tone imbalances, and severe age spots, you may be somewhat skeptical that this product can do everything it claims. Lumedia is offered through third party resources for around $50, with prices varying depending on the retailer.
First of the few positive aspects regarding Lumedia is the fact that its main website allows for the direct purchase of the product, as well as additional information concerning shipping. There is also a good deal, though limited amount, of information found in their FAQ section. If indeed its claims are true, than Lumedia is also an anti-aging product as well as dark spot treatment, making it a valuable tool for anyone in need of duel skin treatments.
Information regarding Lumedia's ingredients list is not present on its main website, though we were able to find it online. There is no money back guarantee present, either, further lowering its value. There are no clinical or scientific studies performed on Lumedia that proves it can effectively treat the skin for either dark spots and skin discoloration. The same applies to its ability to tighten skin and make it look younger, making its claim of also being an ant-aging product worth little in the eyes of consumers.
The known ingredients in this product can be found to the right.
Hydroquinone, Water (Aqua), SD Alcohol 40-B, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Ethoxydiglycol, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, PEG-8/SMDI Copolymer, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Tocopherol, Diacetyl Boldine, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Arginine, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Butylene Glycol, Xanthan Gum, Sorbic Acid, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Sorbate, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Citric Acid, Tetrasodium EDTA, Sodium Metabisulfite, Red 40.
Investing your time and energy into a product that promises not one, but two separate results seems much more logical than devoting your attention to two that offer similar results. When do these claims become too good to be true? In Lumedia's case it comes down to compromise and belief. Bremenn Research Labs would have you believe that their product, Lumedia, is capable of fading the uneven complexion of your skin while at the same time making you look younger. Their claims are backed by the ability to purchase their product directly from their main website, as well as offering general knowledge regarding its creation. They do not, however, offer information important for making your decision. Such as but not limited to: the ingredients list, and clinical studies that prove their claims to be true. Without substantial evidence, we have no choice but to recommend you skip this product and invest in a product that has your best interest, as well as results, in mind.