How refreshing that a skincare product with ridiculous claims actually work.
(And really, is it any surprise that it’s a French Pharmacy brand? I am seriously loving their stuff!)
After trying out many “fade out” creams for those annoying post-blemish reddish marks (that don’t seem to go away after a full 3 months – very annoying!) and none of them working, I had to go to Plan B and ask my doctor for help.
I was at my GP for another reason, but I decided to bring up the topic and she gave me a tube of Floxia Disco Hyper pigmentation Skin Discoloration Fade Emulsion, which they claim “helps to fight dark spots, unify skin tone, protect from persistent skin darkening and repair cells for better resistance against UV rays.”
I had not been as diligent in application in the beginning and only applied it once every few days, but this week I’ve been good and been applying it like its directions say, twice a day.
And guess what? It’s actually working!
I’d say a good 80% of the marks are gone – I’m amazed, to say the least. It’s quite a small tube and I got it for S$50, but I say it’s worth every penny.
Have you tried Floxia’s Disco Hyperpigmention Cream yet? What do you think of it?
It’s a bit hard to find, but a great “dupe” would be the Clinique Even Better Dark Spot Corrector. I used this for a post-acne mark that just wouldn’t come off, and it took about 3 months, but it worked beautifully – the mark is completely gone now.