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i just saw this new product called lucederm for skin lightening. its cheaper than other creams and looks like it has some of the same ingredients as the big brands. ill let everyone kno my review. I just put in the order and hpefully ill have it b4 xmas.
 

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I hope lucederm is not made by the same company that makes hydroderm. Because if it is, you are in a for a rip-off.
 

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I just visited their site & read their blurb. It contains many incgredients that speed exfoliation so the lightening effect might be more like that of a session of microdermabrasion. They do not provide any before & after images nor could I find anything independant (like testing or tating) of their product. Please post your results!
 

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It finllay came in the mail. i was getting worried since it took so long and their customer support is not very good. anyway the jar they send you is soooo small. they dont even tell you the size on the website. you pay almost $50 to find out you get such a tiny amount. i dont even think it will last me more than a couple weeks. anyway ill post my results if I see any change.
 

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Is the jar made of clear glass? From the pictures on the website it looks like it is glass. I know kojic acid turns brown if sunlight touches it. It doesn't seem right that they sell the cream in glass jars if it has kojic acid in it. All the creams I usually get come in tubes and I always notice anything that spills out onto the lid usually turns brown after a few days.
 

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Is the jar made of clear glass? From the pictures on the website it looks like it is glass. I know kojic acid turns brown if sunlight touches it. It doesn't seem right that they sell the cream in glass jars if it has kojic acid in it. All the creams I usually get come in tubes and I always notice anything that spills out onto the lid usually turns brown after a few days.
yea its glass jar. does it mean that the cream will lose its strength??? maybe i should keep it in a dark drawer or sumthin?
 

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Quoted from website:

"At Sisquoc Healthcare we are confident that you will achieve the most gratifying results when using Lucederm. Because we are so confident, we offer our customers a 60-day guarantee. If you don’t think that your facial skin is looking more radiant, youthful and even-toned after using Lucederm for 7 weeks, simply return the remaining product for a full refund, no questions asked. View our return policy.

That sound so promising...hmmm I'm looking forward to your review dark 1
 

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no results yet
the cream is half gone already.. I think it will only last me another week or little more.
 

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Don't you have to use this cream for 4 weeks before seeing any results?
 

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I am out of the cream and still zero results. I dont know if I should buy more or not because they said that I can not return it if I buy another one and it still doesnt work. Maybe thats their way of getting people to buy it by sayin it will take 2 months to work but then you only have a 30 day money back gaurantee. What should I do??
 

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Check out my thread "I found something that is working for me" . My method might work for you too. I am at the mid point of my 4th week of treatment & I am very happy with my results. Also, there is a new member named LA DONNA who has posted a thread "From Lauryn to Mariah" & she too is happy with the results she achieved. Good luck to you!
 

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which should i try?? that lucederm cream was rated #1 on www.compareskinbrighteners.com
That site earns commissions from the lucederm company by generating sales and those reviews are fake. It is not a real review/ranking site. Unfortunately that kind of thing is common in the skin care industry. I have started compiling a list of websites that are misleading customers by giving fake reviews. See my thread over here:

http://www.skincaretalk.com/basic-sk...-websites.html

You'll see that the site you mentioned is on my list of fake review websites.
 

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Your link was an eye opener. there are so many scams out there that people really have to be careful. Personally, I avoid ant site that is too slick & presents a heap of confusing pseudo-science & makes unrealistic claims. Nonsense about how many shades lighter they can make you, how your life will be transformed or 'miracle' ingredients. These, to me, are signs of a scam.
 

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TheDark1 I was so dissapointed for you that you spent all that money and it didn't do a thing -something's not right! Both Ondine and I have had great success with Hydroquinone 4%, as I prefer to use something with proven results than all these herbal preparations that usually don't have any true clinical results to prove they lighten skin as they claim. Personally, while i feel many herbal preparations may indeed lighten skin as claimed, my own personal experience with them is not good. With Hydroquinone, the results are guaranteed, which is what I need as I don't have time to spread some herbal concoction on my skin whose ingredient list looks like an herbal tea label on the package, and then months later have nothing to show for it except a lighter wallet. Message me if you need more help with this topic, as I have done extensive research on skin lightening and have consulted with my dermatologist on it all the way so that the results I now have achieved were done safely and without any complications. Good luck to you!
 

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just to add to what La Donna said, please discontinue using ANYTHING that gives you a bad reaction. You can damage your skin this way. I am still using the HQ 4% & the peeling pads, but I am tempted to try La Donna's proven method. I too have had no damage whatsoever. The horror stories you hear are typically about people who do crazy stuff like applying the creams 4 times a day or applying them after harshly scrubbing the skin or even applying on broken skin (acne or eczema).
 
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