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Palmers Skin Success Anti-Dark Spot Fade Milk 250ml

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Visible results in 2 weeks Skin discoloration is not limited to your face.Dark spots and uneven skin tone can appear all over the body,typically caused by sun exposure,acne scars,pregnancy,or even severe dryness. Palmers Skin Success Fade Milk is a tone correcting body lotion that targets pigment-prone areas such as knees,elbows,feet and decolletage to help correct unwanted discoloration. Targets *Dark Spots *Age Spots *Post Acne Scars *Uneven Skin Tone Directions for use: Apply twice daily on clean,dry skin focusing on more pigment-prone areas such as elbows,knees,decolletage
Key ingredients Niacinamide - correct dark spots and discoloration Retinol - Helps improve fine lines and boosts collagen Vitamin E-Protects against free radicals Songyi Mushroom Extract-Balances tone & texture Vitamin C-Naturally brightens Licorice Extract-Restores skin's radiance and glow Enhanced Moisturizers-Deeply nourish skin Water(aqua),glycerin,niacinamide,mineral oil (paraffinum liquidum),cetearyl alchohol,isopropyl myristate,stearyl alcohol,dimethicone,glyceryl stearate,peg-100 stearate,tocopheryl acetate,retinol,tricholoma matsutake extract,ascorbyl palmitate,glycyrrhiza glabra(licorice) root extract,leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate,citric acid,butylene glycol,polysorbate 20, hydroxypropyl cyclodextrin,caprylic/capric triglyceride,xanthan gum,lauryl glucoside,ethylhexylglycerin,ceteareth-20,disodium edta,propylene glycol,phenoxyethanol,fragrance (parfume), butylphenyl methylpropional,linalool,limonene,hydroxycitronellal,citronellol,alpha-isomethyl lonone.
For external use only.Avoid contact with eyes.Keep out of reach of children.

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