“Details Are Spotty”

Yes, the details of my face include spots.  Lots and lots of spots.

I dream of a perfect world, where all the spots on my face come together as one and just make me look TAN.

The sun damage has come back to haunt me.  As has the the zit picking and a lifetime of hormonal changes.
Their ghosts show show up as spots.

Until I’m ready to laser these off, I try to diminish them as much as I can.  My favorite product for the job is La Roche-Posay Mela-D Pigment Control Concentrated Serum with Glycolic Acid.  I’m not going to say that all my spots are gone, they’re not.  But the majority of them fade considerably.  It’s the BEST I’ve tried for dark spots.

This stuff gives my whole face a brighter look.  The quality of my skin is noticeably improved.  I can spot the difference.

“The combination of Glycolic Acid and Lipo-Hydroxy Acid [LHA] two highly concentrated exfoliating agents smooth skin’s surface and significantly boost skin’s radiance.” – La Roche Posay description.  They are SPOT ON.

How I Use It

I use this at night right after I wash my face, then I put on my night moisturizer.  It’s that simple.  Note:  Patch test this on a small part of your face for one night before applying it to your whole face!  If you have sensitive skin, it might be irritating to you.  I don’t use this Laroche-Posay serum during the day, instead I use Skinceuticals C E Ferulic Acid (See Review Here), because of its ability to boost sun protection.

I wake up with brighter, better skin.  Period.  I’ve tried tons of serums and this one is worth the money.

I’ve experienced a little tingle with this, but never any real irritation.  It has never caused my skin to peel or flake.

This is one serum I purchase again and again.  It’s also a brand I have had great experiences with.  La-Roche Posay is at the top of my list for quality skincare that produces results.  They make the only face sunscreen I will use (See Review Here.)

Bottom line:  La Roche-Posay keeps its skincare promises.
When you need them, they’ll be there.
On the spot.

 

 

 

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