Spot Lightening Cream

Many people have blemishes, birthmarks, or other skin discolorations on different parts of the body that they are unhappy with. For this reason, Caspah developed a powerful lightening cream to specifically to help lighten these areas of uneven skin pigmentation to reduce their obvious appearance. Some people are born with these skin discolorations and others develop them over time due to things such as pregnancy, age, or other medical conditions. Our solution is gentle, natural, safe, and does not contain the harmful, potentially cancer causing lightening ingredient, hydroquinone. It also does not contain any perfumes, parabens or mercury. With a simple twice a day application of Caspah bleaching cream to the discolored or dark skin, the appearance of these blemishes will diminish fast.

Safely and Effectively Lightens:
  • Dark Underarms & Armpits
  • Age Spots & Liver Spots
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Melasma
  • Birthmarks
  • Freckles
  • Skin Blemishes
  • Dark Knees & Dark Elbows
  • Other Skin Discolorations

Directions: Apply Caspah Spot Lightening Cream only directly on the area with the discolored skin that needs to be lightened. Rub the product in and make sure it is absorbed into the skin. For best results, apply twice daily, once in the morning and once before bed. Once your desired skin tone is reached, you may stop use. Store in an area away from sunlight that is dry and cool. If you will be in direct sunlight for an extended period of time, use an SPF 30+ sun block. Make sure Caspah cream is absorbed into the skin and dried before applying the sun block. Apply twice daily for best results. Keep away from your eyes. External use only.

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