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Skin Brightening With LeCerre Skincare - Glam Bytes Repost

Skin Brightening With LeCerre Skincare - Glam Bytes Repost

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Jan 29th 2020

Repost from Glam Bytes blog: "One thing I have struggled with majorly, especially since having my kids, is dark spots and uneven skin tone. Between pregnancy hormones and being out in the sun I am always reaching for skincare products that even out and brighten my skin. That is why when LeCerre …
Trained Biochemist Breaks the Walls of the Skin care Industry

Trained Biochemist Breaks the Walls of the Skin care Industry

Posted by LeCerre Skincare Experts on Jan 29th 2020

Key PointsThe U.S. facial skincare market is estimated to be about $7 billion and growing exponentially, according to research firm Mintel. Despite the number of products and information available to help individuals achieve flawless skin, consumers seem to be frustrated with the quality and effecti …
Skincare For Ethnic Ladies - Blog by Ivana Jorgensen

Skincare For Ethnic Ladies - Blog by Ivana Jorgensen

Posted by LeCerre Skincare Experts on Jan 28th 2020

Repost of "Skincare for Ethnic Ladies" Blog by Ivana Jorgensen: "Literally every time I tell someone my nationality (Middle Eastern) they do the whole look me up and down all puzzled thing. I get it, I’m white and pasty! But seriously, I’m 100% Lebanese, even if my skin tone doesn’t show it.As …
  Are Latinas more susceptible to hyperpigmentation?

Are Latinas more susceptible to hyperpigmentation?

Posted by LeCerre Skin Experts on Jan 16th 2020

It’s no secret that everyone’s skin is susceptible to developing dark spots or experiencing hyperpigmentation. In fact, it is more common to develop dark spots with age since you are spending more and more time outdoors. However, are certain ethnicities more prone to developing more dark spots? Read …
Is our skin as clear as we think?

Is our skin as clear as we think?

Posted by LeCerre Skincare Experts on Jan 7th 2020

In the past decade, UV radiation has become more prevalent than ever. Now, how exactly can the sun damage our skin? UV radiation harms the fibers which are in our skin, specifically collagen and elastin. By the UV radiation damaging these fibers, this can result in our skin to sag and for us to have …