5 DERM-APPROVED WAYS TO BRIGHTEN DARK SPOTS
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Skin discoloration can add years to your visage, even if you have smooth, lineless skin courtesy of at-home skincare and professional intervention such as BOTOX and fillers. With summer in full swing, extra sun exposure can make dark spots worse, despite your most diligent sun protection efforts.
If summer has you seeing spots in the form of freckles, lentigines, melasma or other dark patches, fret not because there are a variety of ways to brighten your overall complexion both at home and in the doctorâ€™s office. Over-the-counter and non-prescription dark spot brighteners may include kojic acid, glycolic acid, retinol, licorice extract, vitamin C, arbutin, mulberry, soy and polyphe
GOOD THINGS COME IN THREES – TRIFECTING NIGHT CREAM
[SPONSORED]Â Suffering from product overload? If you’re like most women, you’re faced with a collection of skin care products piling up in your bathroom from time to time that either didn’t work, or caused breakouts, or worse, made you run to a dermatologist to stop the irritation.
Envy Medical has the antidote for product junkies with the newest clinical strength addition to their patented Lumixyl Skin Brightening range -Â Trifecting Night Cream.Â This elegant formula is a true multi-tasker that helps boost brightness, diffuse the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and reduce blemishes, all in one lovely product.Trifecting Night Cream combines advanced skin brightening technology wi
CLARITYMD: THE FAST ACTING ACNE TREATMENT
In honor of Acne Awareness Month, which ends on June 30, we have news of a new approach to clearing up blemishes, the ClarityMDâ„¢ Acne Solution. Previewed at the AAD conference in Miami last March by Envy Medical Inc., the creators of the LumixylÂ® skin brightening system, ClarityMDâ„¢ is clinically proven to significantly clear both inflammatoryÂ and non-inflammatory acne within days, plus it works three times faster than comparable topical prescription and over the counter acne treatments.
â€œEven the best acne products can take up to six weeks to work, however, unpleasant side effects from these regimens, including dryness and irritation often cause patients to stop