Esoterica Fade Cream Cvs

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    How can I get rid of a pimple scar?
    I get pimples sometimes and when I exfoliate them they tend to burst open. When they burst open blood comes out of them and when they are done bleeding they have a little scab, the scab falls of and there's a scar left! It is so freaking annoying having a scar on my face and I want to get rid of the scars!! school is starting back up for me in a week and I want to get rid of the scars fast.

    • ANSWER:
      I have that problem a lot. But I found something that really helps clear them up quickly. I use this cream called Esoterica Fade Cream that I got at CVS. It really really works! I just apply it directly to any scared spots about 20 mins before I go to bed (to give it time to set). From experience, I've seen my scars become barely noticeable after only 3-4 uses. If you keep using it,it helps the scar completely disappear. It works better than any other more expensive scar fade serums,creams,etc. Also I heard Clearasil has a new cleanser or something for scars so definitely try that. I bet the two would work even more effectively together!
      http://www.cvs.com/CVSApp/catalog/shop_product_detail.jsp?filterBy=&skuId=114173&productId=114173&navAction=push&navCount=1&no_new_crumb=true
      http://www.clearasil.us/new-products_landing.php
      Hope I helped;)

  2. QUESTION:
    How do you get rid of really UGLY dark scars? Any fast solutions? REALLY FAST!!!?
    Any fast and effective way of getting rid of scars! As long as it's obtainable!!

    • ANSWER:
      If you want something fast but it won't be permanent, try this concealer, it's called Optimal Cover it's by Shiseido you can find it at Foley's or Dillard's. I used it to cover up a tattoo on my wedding day and it was great. When you have more time check into getting this cream, it's called Esoterica Fade Cream and you can find it at Walgreens or CVS stores. You apply it twice a day and with time the scars will get lighter until they fade away. Good Luck!!

  3. QUESTION:
    Good scar lightening system for sensitive skin? ?
    What is a good remedy to use to lighten acne scars for sensitive skin? I've tried all sorts of creams an stuff but they all make me break out really bad

    • ANSWER:
      Esoterica fade cream works great!u can find at cvs

  4. QUESTION:
    I Have Melasma On My Cheeks And It Seems To Be Spreading...What Can I Do?
    I see little patches of skin like the spots are trying to break up. I have had this for about six months and it never spread before so I could use a foundation to cover it up but it seems to be getting worse and the foundation I have no longer works.

    I am also taking medications for high blood pressure so maybe that has something to do with it spreading.

    I don't know what's going on but I'm so disgusted with this. Let me know If I can get something from CVS or Rite Aid to cover this up because I don't have a lot of money to spend. Maybe a home remedy?? I'm going to see a dermatologist but first I wanted to see if you guys could help me out.

    Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      The most common melasma therapies include 2% hydroquinone (HQ) creams like the over-the-counter products Esoterica and Porcelana and prescription 4% creams like Obagi Clear, Glyquin, Tri-Luma, and Solaquin. Products with HQ concentrations above 2% generally require a prescription. Clinical studies show that creams containing 2% HQ can be very effective in lightening the skin and less irritating than higher concentrations of HQ for melasma. These creams are usually applied to the brown patches twice a day. Sunscreen should be applied over the hydroquinone cream every morning. There are treatments for all types of melasma, but the epidermal type responds better to treatment than the others because the pigment is closer to the skin surface.

      Melasma may clear spontaneously without treatment. Other times, it may clear with sunscreen usage and sun avoidance. For some people, the discoloration with melasma may disappear following pregnancy or if birth control pills and hormone therapy are discontinued.

      In order to treat melasma, combination or specially formulated creams with hydroquinone, a phenolic hypopigmenting agent, azelaic acid, and retinoic acid (tretinoin), nonphenolic bleaching agents, and/or kojic acid may be prescribed. For severe cases of melasma, creams with a higher concentration of HQ or combining HQ with other ingredients such as tretinoin, corticosteroids, or glycolic acid may be effective in lightening the skin.

      Azelaic acid 15%-20% (Azelex, Finacea)
      Retinoic acid 0.025%-0.1% (tretinoin)
      Tazarotene 0.5%-0.1% (Tazorac cream or gel)
      Adapalene 0.1%-0.3% (Differin gel)
      Kojic acid
      Lactic acid lotions 12% (Lac-Hydrin or Am-Lactin)
      Glycolic acid 10%-20% creams (Citrix cream, NeoStrata)
      Glycolic acid peels 10%-70%

      Possible side effects of melasma treatments include temporary skin irritation. People who use HQ treatment in very high concentrations for prolonged periods (usually several months to years) are at risk of developing a side effect called ochronosis. Hydroquinone-induced ochronosis is a permanent skin discoloration that is thought to result from use of hydroquinone concentrations above 4%. Although ochronosis is fairly uncommon in the U.S., it is more common in areas like Africa where hydroquinone concentrations upward of 10%-20% may be used to treat skin discoloration like melasma. Regardless of the potential side effects, HQ remains the most widely used and successful fading cream for treating melasma worldwide. Regular medical follow-up appointments with a doctor are important for people using HQ treatment for melasma. HQ should be discontinued at the first signs of ochronosis.

      Ask the pharmacist to help you choose the best products for your situation.

      http://www.medicinenet.com/melasma/article.htm

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