Will Proactiv Dark Spot Corrector Help Eliminate the Discoloration of Acne Scars?

Proactiv dark spot corrector contains the hydroquinone that helps to reduce the dark spots. It also helps to lessen the blemishes of acne which are left over after healing of spots, thereby makes your skin to glow. This product has been manufactured by proactive, and it is best suited for acne suffers to achieve a spotless skin.


What are the ingredients?

The key ingredient present in this product is 2% of hydroquinone. Other ingredients are water, glycolic acid, sodium hydroxide, cetearyl alcohol, ascorbyl palmitate, retinyl palmitate, tocopheryl acetate, glyceryl dilaurate, propylene glycol, sodium sulfite, sodium metabisulfite, disodium EDTA, diazolidinyl urea, methylparaben, propylparaben, fragrance.

Does it actually work?

It contains glycolic acid which exfoliates the dead skin cells and reduces the dark spots and blemishes. It will be effective only when you are using sunscreen and protecting the skin from excess sun exposure. Regular application of this product will reduce the dark spots and improve your skin texture. Otherwise, you may experience a mild irritation, if this irritation persists for long, immediately stop the usage and consult your doctor.

Proactiv dark spot corrector contains the hydroquinone which has been banned in USA and UK as it causes cancer. Children under 12 cannot use this product unless directed by the dermatologists. It can cause serious health issues in pregnant or nursing women, so consult your health professional before use.
This product is cost effective compared to other skin lightening creams so you can try it for reducing the blemishes. You can try other products also that help to reduce the brown discoloration on the surface of the skin.


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