I've been using this other product that is supposed to do the same thing. I've been using it for years. Luckily for me it was discontinued and I decided to try this one. I've applied it for 5 nights now and I can not believe the difference. I have a red spot on my face for probably 6yrs now despite using fade products and the dermatologist says she doesn't know what it is but I don't want a biopsy scar to find out. It's gone after 5 applications. I cant believe it. I saw my dermatologist and she couldn't believe it and the rest of my sun/age spots have faded. They are barely noticeable. My dermatologist had to know what I was using. My freckles are even fading. It's well worth the money and feels nice on. Doesn't feel heavy or oily. I feel blessed I have it
This products has worked wonders for my uneven skin tone. I saw great reviews online so I thought I would try it and I saw significant results within only a few weeks- the coloration on my forehead, around my eyes and mouth really evened out. I highly recommend!! The picture on the left was taken about 3 weeks before the one on the right. Huge improvement!!
After usage of 6 weeks ..My skin appearance far better ..I had a chemical that left my skin with those dark spots and scars(not deeper once)..I know itâs a slow process .patience and consistency is the key..I am skin using it as you see my marks are not completed faded out.hope this review helpful for all the sufferers like me :(
Hello All. So first off I have worked in Dermatology since 1999 and have tried every skin care product and laser services for Hyperpigmentation/Melasma. Which makes it more frustrating since I have all of the resources Available to me. As I've gotten older it seemed to get worse and I've become more self conscious about it. I came across this and in just THREE weeks I started noticing an improvement. My pigmentation is noticeably lighter. I've shared this with friends and a bit embarrassed since I'm in Derm I'm recommending a product that my office doesn't make or carry. So that should tell you how much of a believer I am. I'm half Asian & Caucasian and know that Melasma is prevalent in Asians. Give this a try and be patient. Don't forgot to wear an SPF of at least 30