SAY GOODBYE TO THOSE ANNOYING DARK SPOTS...This serum is light a thin gel, with a light rose scent. It absorbs easily into the skin leaving behind no stickiness. It is lightly hydrating for a few minutes, but it soon fully sinks into the skin and requires a regular moisturizer. This serum has minimally lightened the dark spots on my face. While my skin never used to have such terrible spots, this summer has been especially harsh on my skin and I've developed a much worse complexion than even a month ago. I would recommend this particular serum more for those with minimal light spots vs more severe dark spots like myself.
Dark spots from sun exposure, age, and other conditions like melasma are quite common. Most people either choose to live with them or combat them with products that contain harmful hydroquinone and parabens. In the past, the skin care industry offered few, if any safe and effective alternatives.
Belle Peau Beauty is proud to offer our dark spot corrector. This hydroquinone and paraben free formula is 98% natural and 72% organic and effectively lightens dark spots using plant based glycolic and kojic acids. We also supercharged it with hyaluronic acid, nature's most effective weapon against skin dehydration, which can cause wrinkles, dryness and loss of skin's elasticity. Hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1000 times its own weight in water so imagine what it can do for your skin!
Interested in trying this product for yourself? You can find it here!
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