Lancome Dream Tone Dark Spot Corrector #DreamTone and the #BareSelfie Project

I just spent a three weeks reviewing the new Lancome Dream Tone dark spot corrector through She Speaks Up. All experiences are my own and yours may differ.

Although dark spots on my face are not my primary skin care problem, I wanted to review Lancome’s new products because it’s a brand I love. When I was on the air as a news anchor, Lancome was among my go-tos for moisturizers and eye shadow.

Dream Tone is designed to, ‘visibly correct dark spots, color imperfections and uneven skin tone.”

Lancome Dream Tone #DreamTone #BareSelfie Movement ~

Positives: I love that Dream Tone comes in a variety of shades. As a dark skinned Black woman I can tell you it’s not easy finding skin care products that match my skin tone. She Speaks Up sent me the number 3 for dark skin tones. It went on smoothly and matched my skin.

Negatives: I’d hope I could wear Dream Tone serum by itself as a moisturizer without makeup on top. But when I did, I found that it appeared to “peel” off. But in Dream Tone’s defense, it’s not a tinted moisturizer. Per the directions, use it under your daily moisturizer.

Neutral:  I’d like to keep using it for a few more week before I make a clear conclusion on whether I saw a change it my skin tone or whether my dark spots cleared up. Considering I’m guilty of not moisturizing my face enough or drinking enough water, those are the things I need to fix regardless of the products I use.

Lancome Dream Tone Dark Spot Corrector #DreamTone and the #BareSelfie Project

#BareSelfie Project

“Share a photo and tag it #bareselfie. Join the movement and get inspired by incredible skin that is free of dark spots, unevenness and color imperfections.”

I took part in the #BareSelfie Project and shared my photo on the Mommy Talk Show Instagram page.

Stay connected by following Lancôme on Twitter: @LancomeUSA  and Facebook:ômeUS 

Learn more by visiting the DreamTone website: http://www.Lancô 

About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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