Stay Beautiful In the Sun with Lancaster

Every Asian woman dreams of spotless, even-toned, radiant skin. The reality, however, is that in a tropical climate where there are more sunny days than not, it’s easy to get a tan, develop pigmentation and dreaded sun spots that keep your complexion for being flawless.

Due to external or internal stressors, and exposure to the sun (even if it’s for a short period of time) a signal is sent to the cells that store melanin. This melanin then rises to the upper layer of the skin. However, various factors may cause the melanin to be distributed unevenly across the epidermis leading to melanin deposits, which we know as sun spots.

365 Anti-Dark Spot

Keeping this in mind, Lancaster, the experts in sun protection for over 40 years, have launched the 365 Anti-Dark Spot Corrector Serum. This lightweight serum boasts the DNA-Bright Complex containing Vitamin C derivative, daisy extract, red algae extract and licorice root extract that work together to regulate the formation of melanin within the skin so you have more even-toned skin, minus any blemishes.


The serum has a light texture and is easily absorbed into the skin, which makes it ideal for layering under your other skincare and makeup. And because your best efforts for getting a radiant, blemish-free complexion can be laid to waste if you don’t use a sunscreen, Lancaster has also launched the Sun Control Sensitive Skin Soothing Face Emulsion that comes with broad-spectrum sun protection of SPF50/PA+++. The oil-free formula comes with the brand’s patented Melanin Inhibitor Complex that not only controls the production of melanin but also neutralises free radicals to keep your skin healthy and youthful. But, what we like most about it is the fact that it doesn’t feel sticky nor thick like regular sunscreen.

The Lancaster Sun Control Sensitive Skin Soothing Face Emulsion SPF50/PA+++ retails at SGD55 for 50ml and the 365 Anti-Dark Spot Corrector Serum retails at SGD85 for 30ml. Lancaster is available at Sephora ION and Tampines 1.




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