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(Review) Estee Lauder Debuts New Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator

If there’s something I can’t stand…it’s uneven skin tone. It rubs me the wrong way, and this really means everything from blotchiness to acne. In fact, no amount of careful foundation layering can conceal the true nature and texture of good skin.

I’ve tried a lot of products over the years, and found that the more I searched, the less I found. Like a true light at the end of the tunnel, I knew that once I found a product that absolutely did what it said, and performed the way it was supposed to, I wouldn’t really need to find anything else.

In just two weeks, the new Estee Lauder Even Skintone Illuminator (the first fast acting serum that addresses these issues for all ethnicities and skin tones) showed it reduced uneven skintone. The new serum also instantly illuminates the skin to make it immediately radiate, using the Triple-Optic technology. There’s also a CorrectTone Technology that combines proven anti-aging and anti-spot ingredients.

The packaging says that even the very first application will make you see significant results. Seeing is believing, and I loved the no slip, instant results, true to life performance of the Idealist Skintone Illuminator.

The scent is actually very subtle – the signature Idealist scent which is a blend of luminous floral and sparkling citrus notes. A 30ml bottle will retail for $58, and a 50 ml bottle retails for $85. These will be in stores nationwide in June 2011.

Estee Lauder is known for capitalizing and enhancing its past successes (think Bronze Goddess). The Idealist line includes our favorite, the Pore Minimizing Skin Refinisher, as well as the Refinishing Eye Serum.  Both have very silky textures, and the new Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator performs the same way.

Estee Lauder Idealist Skintone Illuminator

I’ve been using my serum for a day now, and love the feel of it. It’s also non greasy since it contains zero oil. If it can do for my skin even a fraction of what it promises on the box, I would have found my Holy Grail, all for an extremely worthy price.

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  1. I have been using expensive ESTEE LAUDER face cream for 10 years, when I ran out of my ESTEE LAUDER this time though, I could not afford to buy more, because the Estee Lauder Re-Nutriv cream is $85 and I have been having hard financial times. When I was telling the Estee Lauder sales lady that I could not afford Estee Lauder anymore she recommended that I buy the LADY SOMA RENEWAL SERUM, because it was the same exact thing for a less price (A true Angel). She told me to buy and it give it a try, because that was what she was using for years. I bought it and sure enough I feel like I am using my very expensive Estee Lauder cream, It is a miracle I found this cream. I even told my family and friends and now they are buying it to give it a try. It is heavy so a little goes along way, use it morning and night.

  2. Hi. I have a website that explores tea tree oil cures for acne and facial spots. Check it out at http://www.teatreeoilspots.com Thanks, Jason

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