Age Spot Cream
Formerly Age Spot Reducing Cream
Freckles are cute when you're a kid, but not so much when you're a grown up. They're not even called freckles any more. They're called age spots because they usually affect individuals over 40, and they are the most visible sign you're getting older.
Often caused by too much sun exposure or other environmental factors, this extra pigmentation can show up as speckled spots on light-skinned individuals or as uneven, patchy areas on darker skin tones. Age spots can appear anywhere on your body, but typically affect areas that get the most sun: face, neck, chest, shoulders, arms and hands.
While they are usually harmless, age spots can have an impact on your confidence and self-esteem. A daily skincare routine specifically targeting age spots can go a long way to softening their appearance and helping you to achieve younger-looking skin. That's where our Age Spot Cream can help.
Benefits of Age Spot Cream (formerly Age Spot Reducing Cream):
- Delivers Melaslow™ PH, scientifically tested to lighten the effect on age spots
- Includes organic extra virgin coconut oil, grapeseed oil, safflower oil and more
- Helps fade away the appearance of brown spots, naturally
- Moisturizes for smoother skin
We included Melaslow™ PH because Sederma's human clinical test results pertaining to Melaslow™ PH show it to...
- Promote even-toned complexion
- Foster age spot depigmentation
- Lighten the effect on age spots
- Be pleasant to apply
- Moisturize and leave skin soft
If your speckled skin is making you look and feel older...if it seems like new "freckles" are popping up every day...if you want a more youthful appearance, then you owe it to yourself to try this unbelievably effective cream. Age Spot Cream is free of parabens, dyes, mineral oil and fragrances. Not tested on animals.
Use day or night on clean skin, avoiding the eye area.
Melaslow™ PH is used under authorization of Sederma Inc.
|* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.|