Sunday, 29 June 2014

To Repurchase Or Not To Repurchase- Elizabeth Arden Prevage Clarity Targeted Skintone Corrector

Fine lines, not a fan, dark circles, ugh, but what I hate the most about my skin is the pigmentation. Of course, this skin problem is so difficult to reduce, let alone be rid of.


When I was lucky enough to receive Elizabeth Arden Prevage Clarity Targeted Skintone Corrector in a prize pack, I was ecstatic. I've used and LOVE other products from the Prevage range, so couldn't wait to get this serum onto my skin. 

Combined with Soy Ferulate-C, known for its skin brightening properties, this product contains the patented Idebenone, a powerful antioxidant. Results are expected to be seen in 14 days.

The product is packaged in an airless bottle with pump-top lid. This makes the product hygienic and ensures that the ingredients remain active. What I find inconvenient about the packaging is not being able to see how much product remains in the bottle.


The serum is of a light fluid consistency. Yellow in colour with an iridescent sheen. This sheen isn't visible once applied to the skin. I only needed 1 pump, because I only applied the serum onto my face. It absorbed quickly, making it a convenient step in my skincare routine.

Would I repurchase? Yes, well that's if my budget allowed for it. I love what this serum has done for my skintone. Ok, I still have pigmentation, but my skin seemed to love this product, appearing brighter and fresher, which is always a bonus for ageing skin. Although it is quite light, I found that it still added hydration to my skin.

Elizabeth Arden Prevage Clarity Targeted Skincare is a credit to the impressive Prevage line. What I would do to be able to afford the entire range, my skin loves it!

10 comments:

  1. I love anything prevage. The whole range is amazing, but like you its not a range that I can afford on a regular basis :(

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    1. I love it, too, Mich, it certainly lives up to many of its claims. Oh, to win lotto! lol

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  2. Oh yey!! I love positive outcomes Indie. I'm so happy this worked for you. Wouldn't it be lovely if such a quality brand was more affordable. Maybe you could make an excuse to buy it when there is a GWP offer on. I got a E.A GWP a few years back and loved it :D. I bought a E.A lippy to qualify and I still have it :D

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    1. I was so excited that this product was part of the Glosscars pack that I was lucky enough to win. Great idea to look out for GWPs, hun xx

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  3. Oooh yes, this came in my Blogstar prize box and I was SO SAD when I finished it - still haven't reviewed it as yet, but it made my skin look and feel fabulously fresh. Have to rework the budget...AGAIN ha ha...

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    1. I'm not sure I can rework my budget quite that well. Totally worth the money, tho :)

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  4. Hmmmm this is interesting to read Indie. I use an Elizabeth Arden Foundation and had to buy some more yesterday and received a beautiful make-up bag with some Prevage items and other E.A. make-up items. Have never used any of their products before but am guessing that they are probably out of my price range. :-(

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    1. There certainly out of my budget, Mandy. I love the chance to try a luxe brand, but when they work so well, it's sad to finish them

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  5. I am so tempted to try something from the Prevage range but it's definitely an investment. Congratulations on scoring such a great product, I guess I should start saving...

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    1. Well, Magda, your skin looks amazing, you probably could live without it! xx

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