Lack of radiance



What do you notice ?

In the mirror, in photos or in videos, you have noticed that your skin no longer has the same luminosity. Your complexion appears dull, it lacks radiance. Those around you may sometimes make you aware of these changes to your face through seemingly harmless and innocent questions, such as, 'Are you feeling OK, you don't look very well?' Tiredness and stress have an impact on your complexion and its colour. Revive the look of  luminosity that you lack, which can make you look younger.

Did you know ?

Lift the veil on the causes

As time goes by, the external aggressors experienced by the skin (pollution, tobacco, stress) can cause it to become dry and dull. The microcirculation can slow down and the complexion may become dull, losing its ideal rosy hue. For oily skin, overproduction of sebum can diminish the complexion's radiance with the formation of an oily film. And if it has been poorly protected from the sun, the skin becomes thicker and may even take on a leathery appearance. The complexion is grey and dull and thus looks old and tired.

What you should do

Apply your everyday skincare, massaging your skin to boost its colour.

Once a week, very gentle exfoliation with micrograins will help rid the skin of its dead cells and revive its radiance.

Follow this with a radiance-boosting capsules or mask, which are perfect before make-up.

Apply a BB cream to combine the effects of anti-ageing skincare with a fresh looking and rosy complexion!

What you should avoid


  • Avoid pollution and smoking, which leave a grey veil on the skin.
  • Don't skip on sleep.
  • Don't go out without sun protection even in the spring, when the sun is not strong; UVA and UVB rays are harmful for your skin.

Questions & Answers

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"How can I get rid of my acne scars? Brightening serums improve my overall skin tone but do not help the scars. "

Faye 22 years

Our Vichy Normaderm range is designed to smooth skin texture and remove dead skin cells. If you are really looking to target your scars there may be a product in the Skinceuticals range but you would need to visit your local Skinceuticals retailer to have a consultation.
Corinne, MyDermaCenter 31 years


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