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NEW YORK — Specific Beauty, a treatment line for “multi-hued” skin that was developed by dermatologist Heather Woolery-Lloyd, has introduced its new Specific Beauty Dark Spot Corrector Pads.
The hydroquinone- and fragrance-free pads promise to deliver a powerful mix of kojic acid, arbutin and bearberry extract to brighten and even skin tone. Emblica, a natural fruit extract, soothes and calms skin while vitamin C and green tea polyphenols protect against environmental damage.
“More than 50% of those suffering from uneven skin tone don’t simply have ‘spots’ but also have a generalized uneven appearance to their skin. These pads offer a complete solution for those that experience dark spots and all over uneven skin tone,” explained Woolery-Lloyd. Specific Beauty’s new Dark Spot Corrector Pads deliver a results-oriented treatment, without irritation, that allows for evening and brightening of the entire face.
Specific Beauty Dark Spot Corrector Pads are priced at $ 59.99.
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