Twitter Swears By this Product to Fade Dark Spots in Two Weeks


This summer really wreaked havoc on my skin.  The combination of sweltering weather and a face mask creates the perfect environment for breakouts.  My cystic acne flared up for the first time in years.  Although my skin is a lot calmer now, I'm left with new acne scars as a reminder of the turmoil that I had to go endure.

Now that fall and winter are on the way, my number one priority is to fade these scars as soon as possible. Thankfully, I may have found the right product to help correct my blemishes once and for all.      I don't normally use topicals to fade acne scars. Instead, I just wait around and hope they fade naturally....but leaving that up to chance isn't really an effective strategy so now I'm going to take matters into my own hands.  

The other day, I casually scrolling through Twitter when, all of a sudden, I was introduced to a product that may potentially transform my skin.  

What really caught my eye was how Faded was described as a hidden gem. Y'all know much I love little-known products that do what they're supposed to do.  I immediately jumped into the comments to get the inside scoop.  

Here are the main takeaways I got from digging into the replies:

- Faded is Black Owned.

-One user said that combining Faded cream with vitamin C helped produce results within 2 weeks.

-Faded created a mist version of the product that you can use on the body.  I've never heard of an acne scar fading product in mist form.  This is revolutionary. 

-Several admitted to experiencing results even if they weren't using the product consistently. 

-Someone in the quote replies said they used Faded as a spot treatment and it got rid of a pimple overnight. 

-Honorable mention goes out to Urban Skin Rx which was also mentioned in the thread as being "that gwrol." 

Urban Skin Rx also contains retinol which has anti-aging benefits.  So if you're a full-grown adult with skin that behaves like a teenager, this might be a good choice. 

Back in my day, pretty much all the acne scar fading products contained hydroquinone.  It later came out that hydroquinone was possibly linked to increasing certain forms of cancer.  We all want clear skin but not at the cost of our health. 

Thankfully, Faded uses more skin-friendly ingredients to get the job done.  

Tranexamic Acid: Helps reduce the look of dark patches and post-blemish marks.

Niacinamide: Reduces the look of discoloration and uneven skin tone.

Azelaic Acid:  Visibly brightens skin tone, improves the evenness of skin texture, reduces the look of blemishes, and offers antioxidant support. 

It also contains licorice root, and kojic acid, also known for fading dark spots.  If you're worried about this product drying out your skin....don't be.  Because it also contains a slew of nourishing ingredients such as shea butter, squalane, and jojoba seed oil.  

 In the video below, Courtney explains that Faded didn't only help diminish her dark spots, but also improved the texture and clarity of her skin overall.  That's what really excites me about this product.  It's multifaceted. It can help treat acne breakouts, clear dark spots, and improve the skin's texture.  

What more can we ask for? 

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