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Clinique: Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector

By March 15, 2010

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Do you have spots of discoloration on your face? Sometimes called age spots, these darker patches of skin can be such a bother for those dealing with it.  Hydroquinone  used to be the ingredient of choice to get rid of these spots, but it was taken off the market for a time, until recently it was deemed safe again to use.  It still has a stigma with it, and many people are looking for alternatives.

Clinique: Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector is a great buy if you're in the market for a spot corrector.
(buy direct) It banishes those spots without hydroquinone. It's safe for all skin tones and colors, and Clinique guarantees its results.

This isn't an overnight results product - results are typically visible beginning at 4 weeks of twice a day usage, and best results after 12 weeks.  So, if you're serious about getting rid of those age spots, it might be time to just try something that's guaranteed to work: Clinique's Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector.

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May 9, 2010 at 4:10 pm
(1) Rebecca says:

I am a Clinique consultant and i was so excited when i new the launch of even better clinical was happening this spring and couldnt wait to try it out on my clients. Thanks to Clinique i got the opptuinty to try before it was launched.
I dont suffer from discoloiration but i still wanted to give the product a try. The txture is so creamy and leaves your skin feelin soft, its not a heavey feeling product so its great to put on morning and night. You do have do have to be patient for 4 weeks to see an improvment but like i said i dont have any discolouration but my skin looks brighter and visbly clearer.
Clinique had without a doubt found a gap in the market and have filled it beautiful.
I hope you all enjoy your even better clinical!

December 26, 2013 at 9:20 am
(2) debbie hanley says:

I have been using Clinique dark spot corrector since October and I haven’t seen a difference.

Very disappointed

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