26 August 2014


Pigmentation is apparently the most complaint about skin woo from women around the world, as no doubt an uneven skintone does make us look older and less fresh faced. And sadly, I also have my share of pigmentation and sun damage, and not to mention the increased pigmentation that occurred during my pregnancy. So when I was asked to trial the Estee Lauder CyberWhite HD Advanced Spot Correcting Moisture Lotion* I happily accepted. Here are my thoughts;


What They Say:

Infuse your skin with this powerful brightening treatment lotion. Formulated to minimise the look of dark spots and dullness and optimise the brightening benefits of the CyberWhite System. Revitalises skin with fresh waves of hydration as it balances, protects and cushions. Leaves skin soft and supple. Up close, your skin looks flawless, fair, translucent, with High Definition clarity.

RRP: $70 (200ml) – Available from Estee Lauder  

What I Say:
This CyberWhite HD Advanced Spot Correcting Moisture Lotion from Estee Lauder is a toner that replaces any ordinary toner, but instead of drying out the skin by stripping it of essential moisture, this is a moisturising toner. This means that you use it on your skin morning and night after cleansing, by padding it on – it is recommended to do this with a cotton pad, but I prefer to do it using just my hands as I feel I waste less product that way. Once absorbed fully into the skin, you can continue with your usual routine, applying serum and moisturiser.

The lotion has been designed to address pigmentation, brown spots, dullness and acne scarring while delivering hydration to balance the skin, so it is just what my skin needs.


And you can instantly feel how refreshing it is on the skin, it is simply amazing how this light and thin lotion can both tone the skin, yet moisturise the skin at the same time.

After using the lotion for a few months, I am so in love with this. My skin simply feels and looks more balanced, and it has not caused any major breakouts either – which I had feared – namely because I feel that this lotion is somewhat similar to the SK-II Facial Treatment Essence, which unfortunately did not agree with my combination skin when I tried it.


My skin simply feels softer and smoother, and so moisturised, and on days where I feel it is a little on the greasy side, I am almost tempted not to apply moisturiser on top as it makes my skin feel so lovely. As for the pigmentation, I have noticed that some larger clusters of dark spots looks less noticeable – it doesn’t quite look flawless as promised, but it in general it does looks more even. Some very old acne scars also seems to have diminished in appearance, and my skin is more glowing and consequently looks healthy, as it I’ve just come home from a spa treatment. Obviously you wold of course see better results if you also used the other products in the CyberWhite range, but even on its own, I am so in love with the results.

It comes in a stunning light pearlescent blue bottle and it has the most stunning floral scent. At $70 this is not a cheap toner, but it is very concentrated so it goes a long way, and the way I see it is that it is essentially another serum, also treating your skin at the same time, so in my eyes it is completely worth it.
*Product was kindly provided for consideration, and has reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

What do you think of moisturising toners? Do you use a toner? Which one is your favourite?

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