Dark Scar Corrector by Plato’s Medicinals Since 1949
Monday, June 15, 2015 • 5 comments
Lights . . . Camera . . . Action! Talk to anyone in the entertainment world these days and they’ll all tell you that the advent of HD has really changed how actors and actresses think about their skin. High definition can really pick up on minor skin imperfections such as dark spots and blemishes.
Gone are the days when cakes of makeup and foundation could conceal blemishes on the face. It’s often not even socially-acceptable to pack on the cover-up, especially in more tropical and humid climates.
Fortunately for us, there’s Plato’s Medicinals Dark Scar Corrector, a blend of skin lighteners and sunscreens that can help reduce the visibility of acne dark spots, age spots, and sun spots on the face. It’s especially ideal for dark scars on the body.
Plato’s Medicinals Since 1949 knows Hollywood well. Since 1949, Plato’s has built its roots as an old-world apothecary founded in the heart of Hollywood at the height of the post-war era. Today, Plato’s Medicinals offers modern therapeutic solutions for many of the most common skin concerns.
SNAPSHOT: Plato’s Medicinals Dark Scar Corrector uses natural ingredients and sunscreens to help lighten dark skin blemishes on the face and body. Ideal as a corrective skin lightener to help reduce the visibility of dark scars, acne marks, age spots, and sun spots.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Covering up your skin imperfections can often be a drag. Who has time to cake on cover-up all morning and then wipe it down at night. We like the fact that Plato’s Dark Scar Corrector can help lighten the skin in a more targeted way. Moreover, it makes sense to add sunblock to a skin lightener.
Plato’s Dark Scar Corrector is light and easily absorbs into the skin. Unlike other products that use sunblock, the product was not sticky or pasty. Most important, the formulation was light and wore well in more humid temperatures.
VERDICT:This product makes sense. Skin lightener and sunscreen all-in-one, formulated to help reduce the visibility of dark scars and dark spots.