Beauty / Skin

Products That Have Us #WHIPPED: Ambi Fade Cream

This fading cream has our skin looking flawless.

Ambi-Fade-Cream

Okay, so we know we previously revealed to you a DIY toner that helps counteract those pesky dark spots, and don’t get us wrong, Hydrogen peroxide and lemon juice are a magical combination. With that being said though, we found a daily cream that works miracles, fighting for an even complexion even harder and faster than anything else out there. If you already knew about this, kudos to your savvy beauty product chops. But for those who are not yet on the bandwagon, meet our new best friend, Ambi Fade.

As if we needed more of an explanation than the name itself, Ambi Fade is a specially formulated cream that treats skin discolorations. The cream gradually fades dark marks for an even, natural skin tone. Even better, you always read beauty advice columns about using sunscreen in your daily routine and now you’re in luck. Ambi Fade contains sunscreen in the cream in order to prevent darkening from reoccurring. The product sites preventing liver spots, age marks, and freckles, but we’ve found that it’s the perfect product for acne marks and scars. So for those of you who are impatient and have the urge to pick at ingrown hairs on your bikini line or reddening pimples on your face, we still suggest you don’t, but at least now you know a product that will reverse the damage.

Start by applying the cream to your dark spots once or twice a day, depending on the pigment of darkness on the area and how long it has been discolored. Apply and carry on with the rest of your day, and in a little under a month you’ll see the difference.

Happy Fading!

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