You’ve Heard of Acne Patches, Now Dark Spot Fading Patches Exist Too

Brightening Dots Peace Out Dark Spots
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* Get rid of dark spots, dullness, uneven texture
* Reveal clearer more even-toned skin
* Free of sulfates, vegan and cruelty-free

If you are familiar with the popular K-Beauty phenomenon (widely known and used in the states now as well) called Acne Dots or Patches, you know that these magical stick-on’s target the blemish directly on the spot allowing treatment to penetrate deeper and work faster. Now, those suffering from dark spots or sun spots can reap the benefits of these spot treatment patches too. The new Dark Spot Brightening Dots by Peace Out are brightening patches meant to help lighten the appearance of dark spots to reveal clearer, more even skin.

Brightening Dark Spots Peace Out Image courtesy of Sephora

Great for all skin types, these dots were specifically formulated to gradually fade dark spots when used twice weekly for two consecutive weeks. Microneedling technology was the inspiration for the Peace Out Dark Spot dots and they are covered in needle-like grooves that create micro-channels in your skin that help the ingredients soak into your skin in half the time of most treatments.

Each patch is infused with skin-enhancing ingredients such as Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B that helps even out the skin tone, licorice extract which is a natural botanical that helps give skin a brighter look and tranexamic acid, an amino acid that lightens the appearance of dark spots. Together, these active ingredients work to visibly lighten and brighten without causing irritation.

The Peace Out Dark Spots are also so easy to use. After cleansing the skin, simply apply the dot(s), textured side down over your dark spots, gently press into the skin for 5-10 seconds and wear overnight for a minimum of six hours.


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