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Reverse Regimen products.

Reverse Skin Brightening Routine

Explore the Reverse skincare collection, designed to visibly improve discoloration, uneven skin tone and fine lines.

Primary Concern Regimen

The everyday skincare routine for brighter skin: the right ingredients, in the right formulas, in the right order. Save 20% when you buy a regimen versus purchasing each product individually.

NEW R+F PAIRED Multi-Action Regimens

Personalized regimen solutions that combine our most powerful products to address your multiple skin concerns simultaneously. Save at least 20% when you buy a regimen versus purchasing each product individually.

Amplify Your Results

Targeted solution and brightening mask, take your results to the next level.

Individual Regimen Items

Exfoliate, tone, brighten and protect your skin with individual skin brightening products. Save 20% when you buy a regimen versus purchasing each product individually.

Regimen Sets

Boost your 20% Regimen savings with an additional 15% off our value sets!

Common Questions About Reverse

What is hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin condition in which areas of the skin become darker than the surrounding area. It's generally caused by sun exposure, hormones, or inflammation.

What causes hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition in which patches of skin become darker than the surrounding area. In general terms, this occurs because of an increase in melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color. However, there's often an underlying reason for this increase.

Does retinol help with dark spots?

Yes, retinol sometimes can help with the appearance of dark spots. When applied to the skin directly, it helps promote surface skin cell turnover, which helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It may also help reduce the appearance of dark spots resulting from hyperpigmentation. However, it can take several months of consistent retinol use before you start seeing results, and not everyone's skin type will respond the same way.

What does dull skin mean?

Dull skin is a term used to describe skin that appears lackluster, dry, and lacking vibrancy. The skin may look dry, flaky, sallow, or even patchy in some areas. Dull skin can be caused by a variety of factors, such as sun damage, environmental pollutants, dehydration, poor diet, stress, and inadequate skincare. If your skin appears dull, it's important to address these causes in order to help restore the skin’s natural luster and glow.

Common Questions About Reverse

What is hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin condition in which areas of the skin become darker than the surrounding area. It's generally caused by sun exposure, hormones, or inflammation.

What causes hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition in which patches of skin become darker than the surrounding area. In general terms, this occurs because of an increase in melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color. However, there's often an underlying reason for this increase.

Does retinol help with dark spots?

Yes, retinol sometimes can help with the appearance of dark spots. When applied to the skin directly, it helps promote surface skin cell turnover, which helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It may also help reduce the appearance of dark spots resulting from hyperpigmentation. However, it can take several months of consistent retinol use before you start seeing results, and not everyone's skin type will respond the same way.

What does dull skin mean?

Dull skin is a term used to describe skin that appears lackluster, dry, and lacking vibrancy. The skin may look dry, flaky, sallow, or even patchy in some areas. Dull skin can be caused by a variety of factors, such as sun damage, environmental pollutants, dehydration, poor diet, stress, and inadequate skincare. If your skin appears dull, it's important to address these causes in order to help restore the skin’s natural luster and glow.