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Amanda E.
Amanda E.
Sophia, NC

34 reviews

How long before results are typically noticed?
Michelle D.
Michelle D.
June 25, 2014, 10:09 p.m.
When you purchase this product for the first time, your Beauty Adviser should take the time to chart your darkest discoloration on two charts, one for you to take home and one for her to keep on your file. It will be dated with the date you purchased and plan on starting the treatment. If you use the product as directed, which is twice daily and you MUST wear a sunscreen as well, you will notice a small difference in the color in as little as 2 weeks. It will not be a significant change, but having the chart, you will be able to notice the small difference, which is also why the Beauty Adviser should book you back in for a 2 week appointment to follow up with you. To see a pretty drastic change, it typically takes 3 of the 1 oz. bottles, or 3 months. It is a commitment and sunscreen is a must in order to protect from further damage.
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Dee D.
Dee D.
Jan. 8, 2014, 8:13 a.m.
It takes about 3 months before you really notice a difference - best way to see for yourself is take a before and after photo to compare with! You won't really notice it yourself looking in the mirror. I did the photos...and in the box there's actually a little guide to compare against your skin to see changes...so hold that up against your skin when you take the photo. You can use the Even Better makeup too, to cover dark spots and it actually helps improve their appearance too! Hope this helps :)
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Sophia P.
Sophia P.
Dec. 27, 2013, 2:09 p.m.
I can notice results in a few days, but not dramatic results. For that it'll take a few months. You can mix this with the dramatically different moisturizer to get it to last longer!
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Jessica L.
Jessica L.
Dec. 2, 2013, 5:30 p.m.
It depends on how dark the hyperpigmentation is but for me it took around 2-3 months & my hyperpigmentation was extremely bad (I'm talking about a dark brown to almost black colour)
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