|1.7 fl oz. average price $16|
I was surprised to hear she was seeing results after just two weeks, since even prescriptions for hydroquinone don't promise results till about the one month mark. I asked her if I could take a photo of the tops of her hands so I could update you every two weeks with her results. Happily, she agreed!
Here is a shot of her hands now:
|Ginger's hands two weeks into using Garnier Dark Spot Corrector|
Ginger swears that large dark spot on her left hand was solid and you can see a significant white patch in the center now.
Naturally, I ran to CVS that afternoon to pick up my own tube. Despite being reasonably careful in the sun in Florida, I did notice two spots on my chest making a reappearance. Me thinks I might be going mad, but after just two days of using Garnier Skin Renew Dark Spot Corrector, they are nearly gone.
I do like to read user review on line to see what others experiences have been. It seems that Garnier Dark Spot Remover is either a white Knight in shining armor, who a total disappointment. Raves and rips came from every age group and skin type, so it was hard to see a common denominator for either side.
If you have or do decide to try it, we would love to know your results. In the interim, I'll keep slathering away with the hopes that this cheap & cheerful, non-liver threatening drugstore find, is as good as I think it may be.
Here's hoping and stay tuned...