Sep 14, 2012
Non-expensive, if possible.
I know it's not cheep but I use Lancome Bright Expert Dark Spot Corrector. A small amount goes a long way with it. It's by far the best one i've ever used.
Sep 20, 2012
I'll be sure to check it out, thanks :)
Clinique's Even Better Clinical works...it's amazing...it's not expensive and you can buy a large size for a better value...i've seen it work, you can spot treat (say on the hands or neck/chest) or put it all over the face. MOST IMPORTANT: you MUST use sunscreen with high SPF when using products like this, if you are using a spot corrector without sunscreen you are just wasting the product and your $$$. Also Vitamin C is really good for spot correction but a good one that works can be costly. hope this helps!
Make-up Designory has a great corrector
Ambi fade cream or kiehls clearly corrective dark spot solution!! Those are two that I KNOW work. They aren't the cheapest things out there, but sometimes it's a matter of "you get what you pay for".. u won't regret picking either of those up!
I find that any of the Lancôme ones work really well and fairly quickly.
Obagi Nuderm system
I've been using Ambi Fade Cream for the past month and have already seen tremendous results ! So I agree w/ Althea ! :)
Sep 21, 2012
A lot of Mary Kay products help with dark spots such as the night solution (which I'm obsessed with) but there are many different products and for your money's worth as well, instead of paying big bucks and a little goes a LONG way!
Do you ladies think these products will help with freckles? I only get freckles in the summer but I despise them. I want to have perfect, even skin like Nicole Kidman lol.
Sep 22, 2012
For freckles there isn't much you'll find to reduce them ( I have them too! And the sun does the same to me lol) but I have awesome luck with my mineral foundation and use with like a primer/ day solution that has the SPF in it to avoid the sun making them stand out its really helps I personally use all Mary Kay only, and the day solution worked well for me with foundation cover up idk if that helps ya! ^
Sep 24, 2012
Freckles are so friggin cool!!!!! Why would you wanna get rid of those?!?!
i have use many brands, lancome, clarins, clinique, it.wont clear my acne.darkspot.. :(
Sep 25, 2012
I agree with the Obagi Nuderm input. Since it is medical grade and FDA regulated you have to (suppose to) get a prescription or buy it from a Doctor's clinic. However, you can get it on Amazon and Ebay. It's called "Sunfader" and it works very well.
Sep 27, 2012
Even better clinical by clinique
Oct 01, 2012
Thanks for the suggestions guys :)
OMG! U need to go to mac and ask them for orange colour corrector it's a concealer but bright orange put it on ur dark areas and then dan with foundation! It's the best!!!
If you want perfect skin like Nicole Kidman you need to make an appointment with her plastic surgeon. ;)
Oct 03, 2012
Murad's Dark spot corrector(2% hydroquinone) or Obagi's Dark Spot Corrector(4% hydroquinone and I think this is mainly sold online because 4% is illegal in some states)
Oct 04, 2012
What worked for me in a short span of time was Esteem Lauder Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator. I saw significant fading of old acne scars within 4 weeks.
Bobbi Brown does a great Bisque corrector. It masks dark spots. Under your foundation.
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