Pink was definitely the theme of the night, with the room bathed in a gentle rose pink light.
DreamTone is a pigmentation corrector from Lancôme which corrects the appearance of dark spots, uneven skin tone and colour irregularities. It uses a new approach to treating age spots and is supposed to help women achieve the skin tone of their dreams! Sounds pretty good!
What was particularly impressive was that Vivienne Parry was one of the speakers. She is a science journalist who was on Tomorrow's World back in the 90's. This was one of my favourite shows as a kid!
|Vivienne's on the right|
Part of the study involved 4,437 subjects and another part, reserach on skin tone, involved 1,500. This makes the actuary in me happy as brands are known to use very small sample sizes for their research, meaning the results are unlikely to be statistically significant.
|I'm such a nerd, I noticed straight away this was not a perfect square therefore not 64 are shown! (It's actually 66)|
Unfortunately, at the time there no samples available so I can't tell you how good it is in person so you'll have to investigate when it's out later this month. We did get a very generous gift bag of Lancome products which I am currently trying, such as a really great contouring brush and some cleansing products.
What do you think of the new product? Are you glad to see brands moving to a more scientific basis for their products?