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  • L'OREAL Youth Code Dark Spot Serum Corrector - 1.0 oz
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L'OREAL Youth Code Dark Spot Serum Corrector - 1.0 oz

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  • Non-greasy
  • Dermatologist tested for gentleness
  • Non-comedogenic
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Product Description

Serum Corrector Daily Treatment Fades dark spots see even luminous skin emerge

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005H151V0
  • UPC: 071249213339
  • Item model number: K105-94
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,605 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

My face looks like mosquitos attacked.
I used the product as directed for about 4-6 weeks and saw no difference whatsoever.
Kindle Customer
After thirteen weeks, my dark spots haven't faded at all.
M. Havens

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Kit Kat on February 28, 2012
Like most, I have dark spots from either the sun or acne scars, past and present but these aren't uber dark spots or hyper-pigmentation but spots that are a one to two shades darker than my natural skin tone. I was using Garnier Clinical Dark Spot Corrector Skin Renew, 1.7 Ounce for 12 bucks but that did absolutely NOTHING after 2 months of use [Update 7/2012: I have a friend who's been using this one for 3+ months, 3 1/2 tubes later--it sorta works, but VERY the math, not worth the money even if it's available at your local store]. When Youth Code Dark Spot Serum came out, which is 20 bucks at Target, I thought, eh, I'll try it. And if it didn't work, there are other products I've heard do wonders, such as: PROACTIV DARK SPOT CORRECTOR,1 OZ SIZE (44 bucks but through their site 16-22 bucks, not including tax/shipping but get it through a third party supplier or you might get conned into an automatic re-supply through their website, which can become a nightmare--I know, I've been their their 3-ring circus), Ambi Fade Cream, Normal Skin, 2 oz. (10 bucks at your local Super WalMart!), philosophy Miracle Worker Dark Spot Corrector, 1 Ounce (a whopping 62 bucks!), ...Read more ›
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Me on January 26, 2012
I'm not sure why this product isn't widely available on Amazon. It is in my local Rite Aid and doesn't seem to be going anywhere. I hope it doesn't get discontinued, because this serum saved my face. I've had problem skin since I was a teen (I'm in my early 30s now), and I had more dark spots than I care to think about. My skin always looked bad, even when I wasn't broken out, because of all the dark spots. After using this 2x a day for about a week, they were so faded I was a believer. After a month, the only dark spots left were the very dark ones which were relatively new, and even they had shrunken in size. I'm still using this product, and break outs are no longer a problem. I finally don't have to worry about covering up marks on my skin. I LOVE IT.

***UPDATE: I'm still using this serum twice a day and am quite near finishing my second bottle. After years of trying to cover up breakouts, I haven't had a single one in months (not even around *that* time of the month). I originally bought this to fade post acne hyperpigmentation, but I had no idea it would prevent future breakouts. I wish this had been available in my 20s!

As an experiment, I also started using it on my chest, where I sometimes have random spots from my sports bra, and where I always seemed to have a reddish tone from years of too much sun. My chest is now even-toned, and the redness is all but gone. I can wear a low-cut t-shirt without a care in the world, and I can go out without makeup on my face. EPIC WIN.
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Imbrium on March 7, 2012
I have to admit, I've tried Clinique, even better clinical dark spot correcter, and saw light results after two months. I've tried a few other things (Daggett&Ramsdell, peels...)

I've been using this for two weeks, and am pleasantly surprised. My dark spots are lighter, smaller... it's very nice. I'm not sure, perhaps there's something in the L'oreal that just meshes with my skin type better than the clinique. The $20 price tag at Walgreens is preferable to $50 for Clinique as well!

Products works differently for people. Some people saw a lot of improvement with Clinique. Garnier seems to help others (Almost every Garnier product I've used has given me a migraine, the scent is just too strong- so I didn't even try that one.)

This product is light, absorbs quickly into my skin, and does not have an overpowering scent. The scent portion is again, important, since it limits products to me.

For $20, I'd say give it a go. Use it as directed, twice daily on clean skin. I don't have the Dark Spot correcting moisturizer, I use either Derma E or Burt's Bees, (Or Skin Appetit with SPF 15 if I'm going out) so I have no idea if using it as well would show better results. I'll leave that to another reviewer.

5/27 edit- I have gone through one container and just bought a second yesterday. I hadn't seen a friend of mine for a couple of months and the first thing he asked was if I was wearing makeup, because my skin looked so much better, like it had a healthy glow. I still have spots, don't get me wrong, but they are smaller and lighter, and my overall skintone looks improved. My hope is that continued use will get me even better results!
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