Product Name: Dark Spot Corrector
Beverly Hills MD
1 fl ounce
Beverly Hills MD Dark Spot Corrector combines the natural healing power of the Kakadu Plum with safe, natural ingredients to reduce your dark spots and acne scars quickly and effectively, with study participants showing positive results.
Apply to dark spots daily
Full Description:

The goal of the formula is to reduce dark spots and acne scars quickly and effectively.

The main benefits include:
_ Diminish The Appearance Of Dark Spots
_ Give Skin A Brighter, More Even Look
_ Protect The Skin Against Future UV Damage And Environmental Toxins
_ Deliver Results Safely Without The Use Of Harsh Ingredients

Supplement Facts:

There are four main ingredients in Dark Spot Corrector. The doctors who created this formula claim all of the ingredients are rare and natural:

- Kakadu Plum: Kakadu plum comes from a flowering plant native to Australia. It contains high levels of vitamin C. In fact, according to the manufacturers of Dark Spot Corrector, Kakadu plum has more vitamin C than any other food on the planet. One of the unique properties of Kakadu plum is that it has evolved to have special protections against UV exposure It lives in one of the sunniest places on earth, after all. By applying it to your skin, the idea is that your skin can gain the same UV protection.

- DermalRX: DermalRX is a proprietary skin re-texturizer which sloughs your skin to encourage natural hydration and is a gentle exfoliator which offers similar results to a chemical peel without the use of harsh chemicals.

- Daisy Flower Extract: Daisy flower extract has proven to be a natural, efficient skin lightener. According to the manufacturers of Beverly Hills MD Dark Spot Corrector, daisy flower extract influences melanin formation to reduce skins ability to produce or maintain dark spots.

- Niacinamide: Also known as vitamin B3, this compound is required throughout the body. When applied to the skin, it makes the skin far more resistant to external damage - like the damage caused by UV rays.