Dark Spots Serums
For April, we have decided to share with you some dark spots serums that will brighten your skin. Well, dark spots… they are one of the most common skin concerns among women. Whether their cause is pregnancy, acne scars or sun exposure, among others, these products will help your skin prevent and correct hyperpigmentation spots.
All of them can be added to a skincare routine, after cleansing the skin and before applying the moisturizer or anti-aging cream. To help them do their job, never forget to apply sunscreen every morning.
Curious about what these serums can do for your skin? Scroll down to discover all their properties and benefits.
Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum
Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum prevents and corrects hyperpigmentation spots, smoothing the skin and giving it a luminous appearance. It is highly concentrated in viniferin to fight dark spots and even the skin tone leaving the skin brighter each day.
Key benefits: prevents and corrects hyperpigmentation blemishes, even skin
Main Components: olive squalane and viniferine
Sesderma Azelac RU Liposomal Depigmenting Serum
Sesderma Azelac RU Liposomal Depigmenting Serum is a serum that acts on the origin of dark spots to lighten them through its depigmenting and antioxidant effects. It has liposomal actives that attenuate and prevent dark spots, leaving the skin even and bright.
Key benefits: prevents and corrects dark spots, antioxidant and evens the skin tone.
Main components: azelaic acid, retinol, ascorbil glucoside, undecinoil phenylalanine and niacinamide
Lierac Lumilogie Day and Night Dark Spot Correction Double Concentrate
Lierac Lumilogie Day and Night Dark Spot Correction Double Concentrate is an intensive anti-dark spots care with two formulas, one for the day and one for the night. It acts on the initial, visible and persistent spots for global care of hyperpigmentation spots.
Key benefits: prevents and corrects dark spots, lightens and unifies the skin
Main components: hexyl R., sand lily extract and plantain extract