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Peace Out Skincare targets dark spot, pigmentation concerns with brightening solution

The Dark Spots Serum features a blend of AHAs and potent actives to target dark spots, minimize hyperpigmentation and improve the overall appearance of skin, the company said.
Peace Out Dark Spots Serum

Peace Out Skincare is unveiling a new product that targets dark spit and pigmentation concerns.

New from the brand known best for its one-step skin care solutions is the Dark Spots Serum.

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Featuring a blend of AHAs and potent actives to target dark spots, as well as help deliver a brighter complexion, minimize hyperpigmentation and improve the overall appearance of the skin, the serum is free of alcohol, the San Francisco-based company said.

“I made this for everyone suffering from dark spots and hyperpigmentation,” Enrico Frezza, founder and CEO of Peace Out Skincare said. “As someone who suffers from post acneic dark spots and severe melasma if I am in the sun for too long without constantly applying enough SPF, nothing ever worked for me. Peace Out Dark Spots Serum combines anti-pigmentation ingredients and AHAs, resulting in increased absorption and achieving faster results. There’s no other product on the market like it.”

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The lightweight serum, is free of latex, parabens and fragrances, contains a blend of 10% AHAs, which refine the skin’s surface by revealing fresh skin cells, and also has 3% tranexamic acid and potent actives, including kojic acid and alpha-arbutin to target dark spots, the company said.

“I am super excited for everyone to try Peace Out Dark Spots Serum, see the results and love it as much as I do,” continued Frezza. “Don't forget to use with our Peace Out Dark Spots patches to fight those stubborn dark spots and for a next-level Acne + Dark Spots routine use Peace Out Acne Serum and Acne Dots.”

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Peace Out Skincare’s Dark Spots Serum retails for $29 and is currently available online at It will launch on on March 21, and Sephora stores on April 1.

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