I'm one month into using the @neostratasa
Enlighten range from @drkanaris
and I'm loving the results 💛
I have previously used the @neostratasa
Refine range (sheer hydration and clarifying cleanser which I love), however I wanted to switch over to a range that targetted pigmentation.
The range is formulated to illuminate and brighten skin that is affected by hyperpigmentation caused by aging, hormonal fluctuations, and UV exposure.
It includes a brightening cleanser which enhances exfoliation and gently cleanses the skin - a creamy wash helps prepare skin for the maximum benefits of NeoStrata Enlighten Illuminating Serum and NeoStrata Enlighten Pigment Controller which is formulated to diminish the appearance of dark spots and brighten overall skin tone while protecting skin against further discoloration and damage. ☎ 0115240991
📍 Available at @drkanaris
Shop 22 & 23 Edenmeadow Shopping Centre.
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In Hamilton’s words: “It's not so easy to create a memorable image. Art is made through the sensibilities of an artist, and the kind of ambitions and intelligence, curiosity and inner direction that role requires." Richard Hamilton was the founder of Pop art and a visionary who outlined its aims and ideals. His visual juxtapositions from the 1950s were the first to capture the frenetic energy of television, and remind us of how strange the vacuum, tape recorder, and radio must have seemed for the first generations that experienced them. "Pop art" the British artist declared, would be: "Popular, transient, expendable, low-cost, mass-produced, young, witty, sexy, gimmicky, glamorous, and Big Business." While less of a household name than Andy Warhol, it was Hamilton who laid the groundwork for Pop art, and first defined its aims and ideals.♦️