Fade Out Has had a luxurious facelift!
Fade Out has an advanced range of affordable mass market skincare products to visibly brighten, even-out skin tone and restore a youthful, natural radiance are about to go on sale on beauty counters nationwide. This “must-use” range with exceptional credentials includes Niacinamide and powerful active naturals such as mulberry and liquorice to offer visible results in as little as four weeks. They are set to give premium counterparts a run for their money, cult beauty favourite, Fade Out has had a luxurious facelift and the range now boasts an advanced formula to help women (and men) solve and prevent pigmentation problems such as hyperpigmentation, freckles, age spots and sun spots, and achieve a flawless, youthful glow in 3 targeted ways “PREVENTION”, “CORRECTION” and “FUTURE DEFENCE.”
PREVENTION: Penetrates deep into the skin’s outer layers, preventing melanin from reaching the upper layers of the skin – skin appears lighter.
CORRECTION: Targets problem areas of hyperpigmentation skin discolouration, age spots and sun spots – dark areas fade.
FUTURE DEFENCE Enhances cell renewal process, slowing down and inhibiting the formation of further dark spots – skin remains lighter.
Fade Out White Protecting Day Cream SPF15, costs £8.99 for 50ML. You can protect, care and brighten your skin with this multi-talented Day Cream. It's specially formulated with SPF 15, meaning your skin is protected from the ageing darkening effects of the sun. I was sent a sample of this cream to try out for myself last week, i've never tried any of the range before so it was all completely new to me. The packaging is simple, clear colours and packed with information. The tub itself is easy to open and comes with a little plastic slide to help prevent spillage. The cream itself is very thick, but not too thick that it doesn't absorb nicely. You only need to use a small amount as a little seems to go a long way with this. I quite liked the thick texture as it made it less messy to use and easier to apply. I tend to like creams thats smell nice though and unfortunately for me the Fade Out White cream doesn't smell of much at all. It just smelt like cream (sounds odd I know but there was nothing really nice about the smell) Maybe there's no nice smell as all the ingredients are all natural. I guess the smell wouldn't really matter too much as long as the cream helped your skin. I'm just fussy, I like a cream that works and smells nice but maybe I'm asking too much. Here at Mummy Of 3 Diaries I've given the new and improved Fade Out Cream a 3/5. I will continue to use it and see if I have any improvements in my skin tone over the next four weeks like it says I should.
What do you think of Fade Out creams? Have you tried them before? I'd love to hear what you think of them.