6 Best Skin Brightening Products -- and the 4 Worst
If radiant skin is your goal, see which products will get you there (and which ones won't get you past the starting line)
Why: Readers say they were "disappointed in this product" because of its "thick, white, chalky consistency." One reader says, "It is so thick that you can't actually rub it all the way in, since it starts to clump up on the surface of your skin." Another reader says it "made [her] look like a ghost, all chalky and powdery white." "I wanted to remove spots, but this stuff was way too thick and slimy," another reader complains. They say it is "gross smelling" and "does not do anything to lighten blotches." The general consensus? "Don't waste your money on this."
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