Product provided for review. The honest opinions are my own.

Years ago, before there was scientific proof of what damage the sun can cause to your skin, I was a sun worshiper.  I would spend hours slathered in baby oil and iodine in search of the perfect tan. Which I can say in reflection I achieved.  Grandpa Randy always says that was what first attracted me to him, was my dark tan. Of course now, I am paying for it in the case of brown spots on my face.

When I had the opportunity to review Lumixyl Topical Brightening System, I jumped at it, especially after I read that it was developed by dermatological researchers at Stanford University. They developed product that would lighten the skin without associated risks of other products.


The Lumixyl Topical Brightening System is a four step process.

The first is the Active-Prep Cleanser.  It is made using various extracts of many different food products such as orange, tangerine, clover, rosemary, sage and barley. It has a wonderful fragrance and after using it my face felt truly clean. It is used twice a day.

The second step is the Lumixyl Topicql Brightening Creme.  This is the patent pending technology developed by Stanford University.  It diminishes brown spots and helps in the prevention of new ones.  After two weeks of use, I can say, I have seen a lightening of these areas on my face. It is used twice a day.

The third step is the Lumixyl GlycoPeel 20.  This step improves the skin’s natural exfoliation and helps tighten pores.  It is used in the morning, every other day.

The last step is Lumixyl MoisureLock Sunscreen SPF30.  We all know what sunscreen does and how important it is.  When I used it, my face was so happy.

Overall the 4 step process was easy to use and my face felt soft and smooth.