The annoying dark spots on your face are actually scars that were caused by recent acne breakouts, and topical products like the Garnier Dark Spot Corrector promise of solutions for such skin concern. Maybe those dark spots are just a normal thing after you’ve got recovered from your pimples; but for some people who give high regards to their beauty, dark spots are a bad nightmare that is worth the wake-up.

 

The Life Cycle Of An Acne Mark

When a pimple breaks out on your face, the outer skin – or “epidermis” – on the spot of your face where the pimple appeared stretches; thus causing the melanin (skin pigment) on that specific spot to increase. Pimples are not actually flat marks on your skin, but rather small masses of oil, dirt, and bacteria that were trapped in your skin pores, and then formed tiny impressions on your face. Once your pimple has gone, the skin over it will then contract and the melanin on that spot will not decrease but only just become more compact; thus forming a scar on that spot. The more melanin a person has, the darker the skin color is.

 

Me Being Skeptical Of The Vitamin C In Garnier Dark Spot Corrector

Garnier Dark Spot CorrectorIf you want to shoo your dark spots away from your face, the product you’ll be using should contain certain ingredients that will decrease the melanin on those spots so that such tiny parts of your facial skin will blend with the rest of your face. As for Garnier Dark Spot Corrector cream, dark spots are said to be eliminated with its pure Vitamin C content.

But Vitamin C is an acid (chemical name is “ascorbic acid”), and acids – whether weak or strong – irritate the skin. Skin irritations can culprit in the increase of melanin on your skin; thus causing your skin to darken. That’s why some dermatologists do not recommend the home remedy of rubbing sliced fruits, especially the citrus ones like oranges and lemons, to their skin in order to lighten their complexion.

Chemistry 101: Though, Garnier skin lightening products that contain ascorbic and other essential acids are being neutralized with alkaline ingredients like sodium hydroxide. In this way, the skin won’t suffer from the damaging effects of the acids contained in these products.

 

Some Added Sunscreen Protection With Garnier Dark Spot Corrector

Some skin lightening products today have sunscreen contents on their formulations that protect the skin from possible skin damages (including skin darkening) due to the users’ exposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. But some products, like the Garnier Dark Spot Corrector, don’t have; so you need to apply a sunscreen product (like the Anti-Sun Damage Daily Moisture Lotion with SPF 28 that is co-lined with the Dark Spot Corrector product) if you want to hit the outdoors.

 

Is Vitamin C In Skin Products Really Taking Effect?

Garnier Dark Spot CorrectorVitamin C easily damages when exposed to open air and direct sunlight, that’s why Garnier skin lightening products containing Vitamin C are tightly-sealed in green-colored tubes to preserve its efficacy; just like the usual Vitamin C supplements that are kept in amber or opaque plastic vials (not in clear glass or transparent plastic vials) to keep them away from exposure to even just artificial light. Cotton balls and desiccant packets (containing silicone bits) are included with the

Vitamin C tablets inside their vials to prevent air and moisture – that can spoil the tablets – to enter the vials.

But after all, it’s still up to you whether you believe in this article or not. How about trying using the Garnier Dark Spot Corrector cream and see for yourself what this product can do for you – if there really is.