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MD Dermaceutical- Mela-Bright Brightening Cream

MD Dermaceutical- Mela-Bright Brightening Cream

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MD Dermaceutical Mela Brightening Cream

Suitable for the treatment of Melasma, Age Spots, and Uneven Skin tone WITHOUT hydroquinone or retinol.

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Formulated to be used with :

MD Dermaceutical Lightening Serums

Vitamin C Serums

Professional Lightening Treatments

Can be used with :

Retinoids + Hydroquinone

Azaleic Acid

Extemely Oily skin may be better suited for:

Mela Bright Step 2- Hydrating Gel Based serum

 

 

 

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VR
02/09/2024
Verlinda R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Improves skin tone

I have been using this product for 10 months and have noticed significant improvement in my skin tone. It is also moisturizing which is a plus for my mature skin!

KC
11/14/2023
Kim C.
United States United States
I recommend this product

good night cream

i use this every night mixed with 2 drops of kojic acid. it’s a good moisturizer and seems to be helping with overall appearance/brightness of my complexion.

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08/04/2023
Ivana D.
Bosnia And Herzegovina Bosnia And Herzegovina
I recommend this product

MD Dermaceutical Mela Bright brightening cream

Just started using it,It leave my skin lightened, cleaner, and brightened without irritation. Very satisfied.

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