The Solution to Getting Rid of Your Dark Spots

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Playing Dark Spots Got You Down?

The Doctors meet Virginia who shares she has recently noticed dark spots on her face. She has tried bleaching and peels but neither work. She doesn't wear a lot of makeup so covering them up isn't an option. While she's trying to embrace them, she'd rather eliminate them! Is there a way?

Dermatologist and beauty brand No7 spokesperson, Dr. Greg Van Dkye, joins Virginia and Dr. Ordon to deliver the good news; he's got the solution for both Virginia and anyone else experiencing dark spots on their face and even hands!

Dr. Van Dyke says dark spots are one of the most common reasons people see a dermatologist, and they actually are a big indicator of age, even more so than wrinkles or sagging skin. Dr. Ordon explains your skin produces melanin, which gives it its color. When there is an over-production of melanin, it's called hyperpigmentation. Too much sun exposure can speed up the melanin production and as you age you have less of these cells and they start to become more concentrated. The end results look like dark spots in all different sizes on our skin.

These sunspots (also known as age or liver spots) can also be caused by picking at acne. Hormones can contribute to their development too. Dr. Ordon warns viewers to be mindful when using prescribed acne products, and avoid excessive washing using harsh soaps or harsh cleansing pads since all of these things can irritate and dry out the skin.

There are in-office treatments your dermatologist can offer but Dr. Van Dyke reveals how to eliminate these spots at-home! He recommends No7 Laboratories Dark Spot Correcting Booster Serum which is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of dark spots in as little as two weeks! 

The serum is applied directly to the dark spots or any uneven pigmentation, delivering quick results previously thought possible with only more invasive in-office treatments. It has a unique lightening complex that contains a highly concentrated blend of active ingredients like Vitamin C, Emblica, and Sophora, which all work to lighten dark spots by targeting several key markers for pigmentation. 

Virginia is excited to try the product. You can get No7 Laboratories Dark Spot Correcting Booster Serum for under $40 at Walgreens or on! Buy one, get one 50% off (promo ends 5/25 at 11:59 PM CST).

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