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These 8 Skin Care Products Will Help Delete Summer's Sun Damage

Say sayonara to those UV-induced lines and spots.
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As you find yourself wearing your favorite autumn boots while holding onto your dear PSL, thoughts of beach vacations and summertime hikes start to feel like distant memories... Unfortunately, you've got a reminder in the form of sun damage, which can appear in the form of anything from slightly deeper lines to tiny spots of hyperpigmentation to a complexion that's a wee bit dull from all those UV rays. That said, now's a great time to really pamper your skin to help nix some of the aforementioned damage — and lucky for you we've got a handful of products that'll help you do just that.

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If summer left its mark on you by way of a sun spots, a little spot treatment action can help fade the pigment. This serum utilizes potent ingredients that do just that, including 2 percent hydroquinone, vitamin C, glycolic acid, and hexapeptide-2. It should not be used by women who are pregnant, and is intended to spot treat versus blanket treat.

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If the Murad product sounds a bit aggressive, this option makes a gentle alternative. It's formulated with a blend of brightening vitamin C, hydrating hyaluronic acid, nourishing sea buckthorn oil, and antioxidant-rich ferulic acid. And unlike the Murad, you can use it as an all-over brightening product versus a spot treatment.

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Double-down on your hyperpigmentation-busting plan by incorporating a brightening toner into your skin care routine. This exfoliating toner utilizes AHAs and natural extracts to buff away dead cells and generate new collagen, resulting in reduced dark spots, diminished fine lines, and a glowing complexion in as little as a week's time. Apply it after cleansing and before spot treating and moisturizing.

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Peace Out Dark Spots, $28
Peace Out, the brand responsible for those genius, cult-favorite hydrocolloid Acne Healing Dots, recently debuted a first-of-its-kind hyperpigmentation spot treatment. Like the acne product, these come in dot-form, only they feature tiny, oil-free microneedles infused with brightening niacinamide, licorice extract, and an amino acid called tranexamic acid.

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BY WENDY ROSE GOULD | OCT 23, 2019 | SHARES
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