Lumnaskin is a skin lightening cream that was created by a cosmetics company called Dermagevity. The brand isn’t especially well-known at this time but has a full line of products ranging from lip plumpers to lash extenders and beyond. As far as we can tell Dermagevity has only been around since 2008 and there isn’t a lot of information about the cosmetics developer aside from what can be found on their official website.
About the Product
Lumnaskin does a number of things for your skin. It reduces the production of melanin which helps to smooth out uneven skin tones and get rid of dark spots. It also supposedly increases the overall firmness and provides a deep hydration to keep your skin well moisturized and healthy. These are all claims made by Dermagevity on the Lumnaskin website.
This skin lightener is composed of mostly plant extracts which makes it relatively safe to use (you should still always consult your physician to be sure any cosmetic is safe to use on YOUR skin).
Seaweed Extract, Hyaluronic Acid, Purified Water, Saxifraga Sarmentosa Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Extract, Morus Bombycis Root Extract, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Malva Sylvestris (Mallow) Extract, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Extract, Primula Veris (Primula) Extract, Alchemilla Vulgaris (Lady’s Mantle) Extract, Veronica Officinalis (Speedwell Herb) Extract, Melissa Officinalis (Balm Mint) Extract, Achillea Millefollium (Yarrow) Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin
Customer Reviews of Lumnaskin
Unfortunately, due to its low popularity, there don’t seem to be any real reviews available for this product. There are a few scattered across the Internet but they appear to be overly-hyped evaluations that were either created by the company itself or paid for. But even these reviews are scarce.
Ultimately it’s your decision whether you want to try Lumnaskin for yourself but there are loads of other skin lighteners out there that have a proven record for working extremely well and have countless, positive reviews from actual customers (Meladerm and Illuminatural 6i are great examples of this).
Due to the fact that there is very little information about this product or the company that develops it we have to say that we can’t recommend it. There aren’t enough reviews or even opinions of the product available to conclude if its safe, if its effective, or, more importantly, if its worth dropping cash on.
It’s a shame there isn’t more information available for this particular skin brightening cream. It may well be the best thing ever created but we’d never know because there is absolutely nothing about it or Dermagevity available to secure any trust for us, or anyone, to purchase the product.
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