The only product which gave FOMO in recent time was Eclat fadeout.
I was so desperately wanted to try it, to know the hype.
It comes in a dark bottle with pump dispenser. The texture is white thick serum which lightweight and absorb in seconds.
Comes in 30 ml bottle for 1900 rps, read it to the last to save some bucks.
It’s it worth the hype??
Do you have pigmented skin, then it’s worth trying.
Formulated with tranexamic acid 1.78%,Phytic Acid 5% ,Butyl Resorcinol, 3% azelaic acid 10%, Niacinamide 5% along with other.
Tranexamic acid inhibits the production of melanin, recent studies shows transexamic acid helped in reducing melasma and hyperpigmentation.
Azelaic acid & Niacinamide are one of the most underrated ingredients.
Azelaic acid, Phytic acid and butyl resorcinol is know to help in pigmentation.
Niacinamide is great for repairing skin barrier and controls sebum production.
Did it helped me??
I have been using it as AM routine during ramzan 2021 and before that incorporated in PM routine.
My skin was calmed but my cheeks were worst with dark spots as I went overboard with tretinoin and ruined it.
I spot treated it after applying Hyaluronic acid, my hack with Ha serum is since it pull moisturizer from surface, I want it to attract the next active applied on skin.
That way I can benefited from actives.
Sssshhhh this is my take on using Hyaluronic acid.
I have surely saw difference in my dark spots, as a certificate of my stupidity I do have images from last 1 year to see progress. However I wish I could share.
It a must have product if you have dark spots, pigmentation or melasma.
And if you like to purchase then use my CODE Asfa on Eclat website.
Do check my review on Eclat Retinol serum review