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Get £20 of free skincare for uneven skin tone

Uneven skin tone?  Then we have got an AMAZING opportunity for you.  Fade Out are offering 500 people the chance to join their 4 Week Challenge 2018 and trial two products for free

If this summer’s epic sunshine has left you with changes in your skin tone that you’d like to see the back of, then we’ve got a brilliant opportunity for you to try a range of products that are clinically proven* to brighten and even your skin tone in just 4 weeks.

Fade Out will address those less than welcome reminders of summer, from dark patches of pigmentation and sun damage, to the ‘mask of pregnancy’ and freckles.

Fade Out formulations contain natural active ingredients which work together to even skin tone by reducing areas of hyperpigmentation caused by sun exposure, ageing and hormones

And if you’re reading this now, then you can apply to try their brilliant products for free.

How do I apply?

Registration now closed.

Once registered you will receive your selected Fade Out products to begin using for the next 4 weeks. The last day you can apply for products is October 7th.

During the Challenge participants will receive regular updates and news from the Fade Out team, plus you can follow others across social media also participating within the challenge by using #fadeout4week.

The Fade Out 4 Week Challenge is open to all Healthista readers and 500 applicants will be chosen at random to enter the Fade Out 4 Week Challenge.

Successful applicants will receive a day and night cream between October 8th and October 21st from either the Advanced, Advanced+ Vitamin Enriched or Advanced+ Age Protection ranges (RRP £9.99-£12.99 each). You will be asked to use these for 4 weeks and then share your experience at the end, with before and after photos. Easy.

How it works

If you haven’t tried Fade Out before, they’ve been hydrating and brightening the complexion of women – and men – the world over for over 30 years.  They’re the experts in skin tone and have research to prove it: 4-week trials of 30 participants using Fade Out products found 100% of users said their skin had improved, while 90-% saw an improvement in skin tone and pigmentation and 90% saw a reduction in dark circles.

Fade Out formulations contain natural active ingredients which work together to even skin tone by reducing areas of hyperpigmentation caused by sun exposure, ageing and hormones.

These include: Vitamin B3, lactic acid, sodium lactate, mulberry and liquorice.

These ingredients work together to reduce the excess production of melanin, which leads to pigmentation like sunspots and freckles. Fadeout also hydrates the skin and exfoliates dead skin cells, brightening your complexion.

How do you use it?

Fade Out skin tone experts recommend applying Fade Out Day Cream evenly over your face and neck each morning after cleansing. While Fade Out Night Cream should be applied in the same way, each night after cleansing. For best results, use both creams for 4 weeks.

Just don’t forget to send in your ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos. Enjoy.

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