Us men are way too macho to think about dark spots, right? And some of you right now may be wondering, WTF is a dark spot. Well, dark spots, aka sun spots, are those pigmented spots on your face and skin. The cause of these dark spots vary from sun exposure to skin aging to genetics. But no matter how much of a testosterone infused manly man you are, we’d assume you’ll do something to get rid of or prevent these spots from forming, if you could, right?! Allow us to introduce you to Burt’s Bees Brightening Dark Spot Corrector with Daisy Extract.
Back to our main product, the Dark Spot Corrector with Daisy Extract… according to the label on the box, “it is clinically proven to even skin tone and help diminish the appearance of dark spots and discoloration. 80% of the users have seen positive results after 8 weeks of use”. We just tried using this product, but have not seen any results yet. What we were impressed with is its ingredients. It’s highlighted in orange, 99.0% natural! MP is aware of other dark spot correctors out in the market, but most have ingredients formulated in chem labs. Most impressively, the packaging box includes The Story of Daisy Extract (the star of this product): Wild, white Daisies – just the blossoms, mind you – are sustainably collected in the mountains of Macedonia for one compelling reason: Their extract has been shown to be a natural skin brightening agent, helping to reduce the appearance of dark spots and pigmentation. When this extract is combined with a Multi-Fruit Complex, or resulting formula has the incredible ability to diminish the appearance of dark spots and discoloration for a brightened and more even-looking skin tone. Proof that Nature is powerful even when it comes in the form of a delicate, white wildflower.
So, as some of us here at MP are more mature than others, we’ll stick with this natural corrector to see its impact. A tiny clean functional pump action 1.0 fl oz bottle (in typical Burt’s Bees fashion) is sold online and in stores for $20. So it isn’t cheap, but since you can spot treat the dark spots (or spread them across your face) with this slightly tinted liquid product, it should last you a bit.