Elemis Visible Brilliance Overview
Elemis calls this product “The science of instant skin radiance.” They say that time, pollution, and the environment cause mineral in your skin to break down, leaving you looking drab and dull. And that Elemis Visible Brilliance can reverse this situation instantly and provide you with a rested, smooth, and youthful radiance. Sounds good, right? Well, Elemis Visible Brilliance reviews from customers are hard to come by, but the ones we’ve seen have been pretty consistently positive, so we think the formula is worth having a look at.
Elemis attributes a lot of the dullness you find in your skin to a loss of mineral due to environmental pollution. So Elemis Visible Brilliance puts some of them back, namely Copper, Zinc, and Magnesium. The good stuff continues with the skin identical hydration you get from Glycerin and the cell communicating powers of Pea Protein. There is also a healthy dose of antioxidants to protect against further environmentally induced dullness.
But the ingredients most responsible for the instant radiance are the Mica and Titanium Dioxide. They are both subtle pigments that provide light reflection, making your skin appear brighter and more even toned.
Elemis Visible Brilliance Pros and Cons
There are two sides to everything, so we like to make sure we cover both for each of the products we review.
Advantages of Elemis Visible Brilliance
- Most Elemis Visible Brilliance reviews we’ve found are very positive, which customers saying it really does provide instant radiance.
- It contains some healthy skin ingredients in addition to the brightening pigment.
- The pump dispenser will maintain the integrity of the antioxidant ingredients.
Disadvantages of Elemis Visible Brilliance
- It’s expensive.
Where to Buy
You can purchase Elemis Visible Brilliance in department stores, through television shopping channels, or online. The ½ ounce pump retails for $72.
There are lots and lots of skincare products promising a return to youthful radiance. Most of these promises are exaggerated. There are products that can indeed lighten and brighten your skin, but it’s a slow and not particularly dramatic or instant process. Then you have products like Elemis Visible Brilliance, which are sort of hybrids between makeup and skincare. While Elemis Visible Brilliance is good for your skin, its primary benefit is cosmetic. Considering how expensive it is, I’d say there are better choices available.