Ambi fade cream is a product that helps even out blotchy skin discoloration experienced by women of color. Darker skin has more pigment and is prone to patches of discolored skin as well as hyper-pigmentation, a condition that occurs due to injuries to the skin. Areas that are usually affected are the face, elbows, underarms and knees. Ambi Fade cream contains ingredients that can safely lighten darker areas of the skin.
The skin bleaching agent hydroquinone is the main ingredient in Ambi fade cream. Dermatologists agree that hydroquinone can be used to safely lighten the darker areas of skin. Dark patches of skin can appear after a cut, burn, scrape or excessive sun exposure. Acne scars also cause discoloration of the skin. Hydroquinone is known to slow down the production of melanin and helps keep skin tone looking even.
A well-known antioxidant, vitamin E protects skin cells from the sun, pollution and other elements. When added to lotions or creams such as Ambi fade cream, it can help reduce lines and soften the skin, allowing for a younger and more vibrant appearance.
Alpha Hydroxy Acid
Alpha hydroxy acid, often called fruit acid, is used in Ambi fade cream to enhance the results of the product. It is thought to be helpful in stimulating cell regeneration by removing the top layer of skin cells.This lends a healthier looking texture and color to the skin and gives your skin a glowing and more youthful look.
Octinoxate 2 Percent
This is an active ingredient that is a sunscreen; it absorbs UVB radiation and protects the skin from sun damage.
Ambi fade cream is manufactured for women of color but can be used by anyone wishing to lighten areas of darkened skin. It can be used on freckles, age spots and acne scars.
Ambi fade cream comes in two formulas, one for normal skin and one for oily skin.
Results can be noticed within 14 days. Once your skin tone has returned to its natural color, you can stop using the product.
Wear a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 when outdoors, as sun exposure can often allow the faded marks to darken again.