Ultra Potent Brightening Serum For Dark Spots & Uneven Skin Tone

£21.00£39.00

This concentrated serum uses 1% Synovea® HR – the gold standard clinical ingredient for addressing melasma, hyperpigmentation and age spots. Delivers visible results within four weeks.

This concentrated serum uses 1% Synovea® HR – the gold standard clinical ingredient for addressing melasma, hyperpigmentation and age spots. Delivers visible results within four weeks.

Brightening Serum Benefits

  • Helps brighten and fade dark spots, hyperpigmentation & melasma.
  • Improves radiance and helps correct sun damage.
  • Reveals clearer, brighter skin.

Details

With a unique formulation that includes Synovea® HR, Kojic Acid, Azelaic Acid, Lactic Acid, Salicylic Acid and Vitamin C, Admire my Skin Brightening Serum outperforms other dark spot correctors and creams on the market.

Made in the USA
  • Cruelty Free 
  • Paraben Free
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Fragrance Free

How to Use

Because of the potency of this Brightening Serum, spot test first. Apply serum to clean skin every other day and work up to daily use. Always wear sunscreen during the day on areas where serum has been applied. To boost results, we highly recommend using our Clinically Effective Retinoid Cream.

Ingredients

Propylene Glycol, Alcohol Denat., Azelaic Acid, Aqua (Water), Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Lactic Acid (L), Kojic Acid, Synovea® HR, Salicylic Acid, L Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Sodium Hydroxide

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“I absolutely love this product!! It’s better than going to get a chemical peel by an esthetician!!”  Sylvia 

Tips for Success

When to Use Brightening Serum

Once daily,

pending skin sensitivity

How Do You Use Brightening Serum

Apply to clean skin.

Gradually increase to daily use.

How Much to Use to Get a Glowing Skin

1-2 pumps or as needed to cover treatment area and improve skin tone.

  • Sensitive Skin

  • Dry Skin

  • Acne Prone Skin

  • Aging Skin

  • Combination Skin

  • Sensitive Skin

  • Dry Skin

  • Acne Prone Skin

  • Aging Skin

  • Combination Skin

Pairs well with these skin care products


Brightening Serum Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 7241 reviews
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Naomi Kosugi
It is bad.

It was taking longer than expected for delivery. The product was already oxidized and I can't use it. I bought it from Amazon and it was lot worse. The color was supposed to be clear yellowish but it was brown. Yikes!

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Monica Hammond

Ultra Potent Brightening Serum For Dark Spots & Uneven Skin Tone

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J.A.
Hate the new ingredient

I really loved this Brightening Serum but I can’t use it anymore because of the ingredient change. Synovea didn’t work for me it burned my skin making my skin looked worse Hydroquinone is way better. This Brightening Serum did wonders with Hydroquinone in it but now it doesn’t work. Synovea is not as effective as Hydroquinone. Synovea does not work.

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Midori Matsuda
It’s a good product.

I’ve been using this product for about 6 months now, and I am seeing the difference on the color of my brown spots which are getting lighter.

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Taylor Caldwell
Worked kinda

It seemed to fade some of my freckles but not a lot. I will try it again but twice a day next time.

Size Guide

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

Size Guide

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

How To Measure

In order to select the correct clothing size, we recommend you take the following measurements using a soft tape measure. If necessary, ask someone else to help.

1. Bust
Wearing a bra, pass the tape measure straight across your back, under your arms and over the fullest point of your bust.

2. Waist
Pass the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point of your waist. The tape measure should sit snugly against your body, but should not be pulled too tight.

3. Hips
Pass the tape measure across your hipbone, around the fullest point of your hips.

4. Dress Length
Standing up straight, in bare feet and with both feet together, measure from the middle of the most prominent bone at the base of your nape downwards as far as the length indicated in the product details.

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