Acne scars or dark spots? Check out 2 real-life success stories!
Do you have acne scars that are wrecking your confidence? Acne is one of those skin conditions that hits you twice - first when you have it, and again when the scars stick around. Thankfully, there are some different options available to treat these scars, and lessen the impact they have on your daily life.
Porcelana has a day and night skin lightening cream that can be used for dark spots and hyperpigmentation. These two different formulations work in tandem to even out skin tone, brighten dark spots, and maintain the elasticity and health of your skin. To read more about how dark spots come about, how they’re different from freckles, and how to treat them, check out this blog. But if you’re specifically concerned about acne scars, read on!
Sometimes, acne can leave dark marks or a pitted appearance on your skin. If that’s the case, you have a few tools available to fight it! Hydroquinone is one of the active ingredients in the day and night cream, and it’s one of the most effective skin lighteners available. It can be found over-the-counter at 2% strength, and at 4% with a prescription. If you’ve heard some negative things about hydroquinone and want to learn more, you can read about it here...we outline some of the key things you should know about hydroquinone! Peggy from “peggytalkspretty12” also gives a pretty good summary of both hydroquinone and her experiences with acne scarring.
Violet from “thevioletvee” also shares a helpful review of how Porcelana helped her with dark spots and acne scars. Some of the pros from Violet: “I’ve definitely seen improvement in my skin tone…[this product] did not leave my skin splotchy.” She is also a fan of the price and availability (you can find Porcelana at most major retailers and online). Both Peggy and Violet attested to how long one jar of cream lasted - at least seven months in both of their cases! In addition to the cream’s effectiveness, this makes it a great fit for your budget AND your skin care routine.