[REVIEW] Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting SerumSerum
I first posted about the Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum when I purchased it a few months ago. Now that I have had a chance to use it for over a month, I’m here to share my thoughts.
What has this serum done for me? My skin has been purging around my chin and forehead because of the #tretinoin that I have been using for the last 2 months. This serum, together with Vitamin C powder, is working wonders in getting rid of the post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). E.g. a significant pimple scar from one week ago is already fading into more a freckle looking thing than a scar. As well, the dark sunspots on my cheeks are also fading, and I think this serum has helped with that.
How do I use it?
I use this every morning and add Vitamin C powder into it to to also help with hyperpigmentation.
Would I repurchase?
Yes. The price point is a bit high for a serum (CAD$17/30ml from Beautylish ) but it’s worth for me as it has helped to fade my PIH.
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