Barefaced Hyaluronic Acid Serum
This Barefaced age-defying serum contains Vitamin C to fade dark spots and Hyaluronic Acid and Retinol to moisturise, plumpen, and reduce fine lines. It also contains marine collagen, which possesses anti-ageing properties. It’s both lightweight and non-greasy, which I love. This serum retails at around £14.99.
And, yes it will help fade those dark spots and minimise your pores. But you have to be patient; it won’t happen overnight.
The gel does feel a little sticky, but you will get that radiant look and your face will feel silky smooth.
Lancome Teint Visionnaire Skin Perfecting Make Up Duo SPF 20
This is the only foundation with a fade-dark-marks concealer that matches my skin tone.
The Lancome Teint Visionnaire Make-Up Duo is a lightweight non-greasy liquid foundation with SPF 20. Sitting on top of it is a concealer with a mirror. It contains Vitamin CG, which is a synthetic form of Vitamin C. It helps fade dark marks caused by hyperpigmentation and acne scars as well as dark circles.
It retails at around £40.00. Without a doubt, it works. My only criticism is that the concealer doesn’t last as long as the liquid foundation and as far as I’m aware, they don’t sell the concealer separately. That said, you’ll usually find that you can ease off the concealer as the dark spots start to fade.
You can combine it with the Barefaced Hyaluronic Acid Serum to help speed up the fading process.
BeBarefaced Hyaluronic Acid Serum With Vitamin C & Retinol
BeBarefaced Hyaluronic Acid Serum re-plumps the skin, filling in fine lines and wrinkles. It gives your face a healthy glow and prevents it from drying out. Light-weight and non-greasy, you only need to apply a pin-size drop to your face and neck to see the benefits.
Key ingredients in this anti-ag…