Hyperpigmentation products from Eucerin

Skin Tone and Confidence Restored

THE RANGE

Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector with patented Thiamidol®

Visibly reduce dark marks and dark spots. For even and radiant skin.
Pigmentation day cream

Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Day SPF 30

A moisturising day cream with Thiamidol® + UVA and UVB protection
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Sun spot night cream

Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Night

A regenerating night cream with Thiamidol® and Dexpanthenol
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Dual Active Serum

Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Dual Serum

An innovative dual-action serum with Thiamidol® and concentrated Hyaluronic Acid
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Dark spot corrector

Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Spot Corrector

'An applicator with Thiamidol® that offers a precision solution for small areas of dark spots, uneven skin tone or skin discolouration.
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HOW IT WORKS
Uneven Skin Tone range from Eucerin
50,000 compounds screened. Thiamidol® discovered. Effectiveness clinically and dermatologically proven.
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Dual active serum from Eucerin
Dual-action: Thiamidol® and concentrated Hyaluronic Acid for even and radiant skin
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What the experts say

Leading dermatologists discuss Thiamidol®

Our new patented and proven active

A daily routine to get the best results from the range

Use a maximum of four application of Thiamidol® per day.
1

Cleanse and tone

Eucerin Even Pigment How to use Step 1
We recommend products from the Eucerin DermatoCLEAN range
2
Apply uneven skin tone products
Apply Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Dual Serum and/or Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Spot Corrector before your moisturiser.
3
How to care for uneven skin
Moisturise skin with Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Day SPF 30 in the morning and Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Night in the evening.
4
Sun protection helps to prevent future dark marks
Eucerin Even Pigment Perfector Day SPF 30 offers UVB (SPF 30) and UVA protection. For additional protection we recommend Eucerin Sun Fluid Photoaging Control SPF 50.
ABOUT UNEVEN SKIN TONE

The sun, hormones and ageing can all trigger dark marks and uneven skin tone.

Let’s look at the main types …
Sun spots are a form of hyperpigmentation
Also known as age spots, these small, flat, darkened patches of skin are common on areas exposed to sunlight.
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Melasma is a form of hyperpigmentation
Also known as chloasma, these large dark patches are most common in women, especially during and after pregnancy. They typically appear on the cheeks, nose, forehead and upper lip.
Read about melasma
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
Occurs when skin is left darkened and discoloured after an inflammation or injury has healed. Common in those with acne or blemish-prone skin.
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