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Review of the Best Sunspot Cream Products

Updated on April 6, 2011

Sun Spots Cream Product Review - Review of the Best Sunspot Cream Products

Do you wish to have radiant and even toned skin? Sun spots, brown spots, dark spots or aging spots are caused by years of unprotected exposure to the sun.

The good news is that there are safe, natural, and affordable treatment available for you. Thanks to advancement in scientific research, scientists have discovered the natural ingredients to safely and effectively fade away these unwanted sun spots and aging spots in as little as 2 weeks!

What's the Cause of Sun and Aging Spots?

Sun spots are mainly caused by sun damage due to years of unprotected exposure to the sun. Another factor is the decline in the hormones that regulate the production of melanin.

As a result, your skin becomes rougher and cause formation of dark, brownish spots due to the excess melanin. And after years and years of exposure to the UV rays of the sun, the skin cells produce more melanin, which lead to changes in the pigment.

Asides from giving color to the skin, melanin also protects the skin from the harmful UV rays. But increased amount of melanin pigment often result in formation of dark, brown spots.

Sun spots usually appear in areas of the face, back, neck, chest, shoulders, and hands.

How to Treat Sun and Aging Spots

In the past, a popular ingredient that was used in the cosmetic industry to treat sun spots and dark spots is Hydroquinone. This essentially is a chemical that acts as a bleaching agent. However, because hydroquinone has many health risks, it is being banned by many countries.

Thanks to advancements in scientific research, scientists have successfully formulated sun spot cream products with natural ingredients that have powerful skin lightening effects. These include kojic acid, Arbutin, Lycorice Extract, and Alpha Hydroxy Acids.

Of these ingredients, the most popular natural ingredients used in popular sun spot cream products are Kojic Acid and Arbutin.

(1)Kojic Acid - Kojic Acid, according to the American Academy of Dermatologists, is a proven skin lightening ingredient for hyperpigmentation, dark spots, age spots, and skin discoloration. It has similar skin lightening action as Hydroquinone, but doesn't have health risks associated with Hydroquinone.

Kojic acid is a by-product of malting rice fermentation process, for use in the manufacturing of a Japanese rice wine. It's been proven to be an effective and safe skin brightening agent for hyperpigmentation and dark spots on all skin types and shades.

(2)Arbutin - Arbutin is a powerful and gentle natural skin lightener. According to scientific studies by Japanese scientists , it has been demonstrated to be an effective and safe ingredient for skin lightening. It is extracted from the Bearberry plant and works to inhibit tyrosinase, and thus prevents the formation of melanin.

Review of the Best Sun Spot Cream Product

Which Sun Spot Cream can Fade Away Sun Spots in 2 Weeks?

Among the the few sunspot cream products available in the market, I have found the Meladerm Advanced Skin Lightening product to be the best, based on my experience and the many positive customer reviews that I have read from independent forums, blogs, and review sites.

Meladerm is formulated with proven and safe skin natural skin lightening ingredients such as Alpha-Arbutin, Kojic Acid, and 8 other active skin lightening ingredients. What you get is a powerful skin lightening product that can safely and effectively fades away those sun spots, dark spots, skin discolorations and aging spots.

From their clinical studies as well as independent scientific studies, these 2 ingredients when blended with 8 other active natural skin lightening ingredients, provide a very safe and powerful sun spot cream product.

Unlike other sun spot cream products, Meladerm does not contain Hydroquinone. For your information, Hydroquinone is a bleaching agent that can cause skin irritation and other skin problems. Because of the health concerns, this ingredient has actually been banned by some countries. Meladerm is also free from mercury, steroids or other harmful bleaching substances.

Because of their dedication to safety and quality, the Meladerm sun spot cream product is the best selling sun spot cream product in the market. Meladerm has also been in the market much longer than the other brands.

Other brands such as Revitol, SkinBright, Lucederm, and Vikki Lamotta may be cheaper, but the quality and the number of active skin ingredients are not as good as Meladerm.

Most customers report visible results within a few weeks of using the Meladerm sun spots cream product. For other users, it may take them 1-2 months to see those darks spots and sun spots faded away. Just be patient and you will see results. I think the problem is that most people give up too soon. Your skin type and skin condition will determine the amount of time before you see satisfactory results. Be patient with Meladerm.

From the numerous positivite testimonials, it is clear that Civant Skin Care has thoroughly done their research to create an advanced, high quality, and safe skin lightening product.

Beautiful Skin Resources - Links of the articles on skin care tips, skin care products, antiaging, acne

Here are the links to articles on skin care tips, skin care products, antiaging products, acne, etc. to help you achieve clear, beautiful, acne-free and youthful skin.

Have you had success with sun spot cream? Tell us about it.

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    • yogolinda profile image


      7 years ago

      oh I can tell.. these brownish spots are very uncomfortable! so sun spot cream is a must

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      7 years ago

      What about this? K5 lipogel ( Itâs a skin bleaching cream, and it works good on spots due to excessive sun exposure.

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      10 years ago

      @Mole-Zapper: me too)))

      what about using just sun cream for example

    • Mole-Zapper profile image


      11 years ago

      I had no idea that there were specialized creams for sun spots. Great info on this lens :)


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