My #NailArtForNubs post will be up at 9am Eastern, but while you're waiting, assuming you are, I'd like to tell you about a little skin care thing I've been using and like.
Meet Estee Lauder CyberWhite HD Advanced Spot Correcting Moisture Lotion.
Even though I have the mind of a 12-year old boy, my face knows that I'm a 40+ year old woman. And, one of the problems I've had to face is that of some hyperpigmentation.
I've tried a handful of different 'brightening' and 'whitening' products, and this is the first one I've tried that made a noticeable difference - and I wasn't even using it systematically.
Here's my only issue - the dispenser is a plain old hole, like for lotion.
The product is a clear, watery liquid.
So, you're supposed to put the liquid on a cotton pad or something to apply, but I don't want to waste liquid that's just going to stay on the pad, because this stuff isn't cheap. So, I just pour a little on my hand and slap it on my face. Gently, now, because I'm not into pain.
So, I'd rather have a pump dispenser or something like that. But it's not really that big of a deal.
It's incredibly hard for an amateur like me to take a pix of the shiny, reflective box, but I tried. Here's what it says:
"Magnify your skin's clarity like never before. Our first brightening system with HD-90 Technology features a naturally derived ingredient so potent it takes brightening to a new dimension. The CyberWhite HD System helps eliminate dullness from deep within skin's surface to help dramatically brighten the look of dark spots with unprecedented power."
"CyberWhite HD Advanced Spot Correcting Moisture Lotion. Infuse your skin with this powerful brightening treatment lotion. Formulated to minimize the look of dark spots and dullness and optimize the brightening benefits of the CyberWhite System. Revitalizes skin with fresh waves of hydration as it balances, protects, and cushions. Leaves skin soft and supple. Up close, your skin looks flawless, fair, translucent, with High Definition clarity.
Dermatologist-and Ophthalmologist-tested. Non-acnegenic."
So, it's part of a system of products, but I can't afford all of them, so I picked this one. If you have trouble with dark spots, you might want to check them out and see if one of the line works for you.
Have you tried any dark spot correctors that worked for you?