“Brightens skin and gradually fades pigmentation spots and melasma,” the label states on Trinity’s Skin Lightening Cream – enLIGHTen – Miracle Skin Lightener.
This two ounce white jar arrived from its company in Blaine, Washington, well before its suggested delivery date. With no instructions except on the label in minuscule print, the jar was packed securely.
Noted to be used as a fade cream that lightens skin using natural ingredients, it is for age spots, melasma, hyperpigmentation, brightening, and whitening.
Targeting the Christian market, Trinity’s logo includes an ichthys and Ephesians 5:8 is written out on the label.
Its first few ingredients are water, jojoba, seed oil, and sea kelp along with many other oils and extracts. It is noted it has not been tested on animals.
Upon lifting the easy peel-off sealed tab, the thick substance appears to look like creamy whipped butter with the consistency of mayonnaise. When applied to the skin, it is soft and luxurious yet has a somewhat chemical smell.
With the instructions stating to apply once to twice a day to a clean, dry face, it suggests only applying it directly to other affected areas. Recommended results appear after six weeks when used daily.
Meant for both sexes, its concept is to lighten dull or dark skin pigmentation but it does not treat skin cancer, blisters, or scars unless used for strictly for fading.
With a one hundred percent refund guarantee without having to return the product, Trinity is confident that the user will be pleased with the results.
As a reviewer who has used the product only one week and has had skin cancer issues, it did not interfere with prescription topical ointments such as Differin. There was some notice already of minor fading of facial skin blotches. However, after one week’s use on two age spots on the arm, one of the spots peeled, which may be due to other reasons.
This cream’s concept of lightening skin inconsistencies may be warranted with proper and daily use. Constant use may be the key to correcting a skin problem, but one wonders if the spot will return to its original color if the product is discontinued.
Rated 4 of 5 stars.
Thanks to the CWA Review Crew and Trinity for furnishing this complimentary jar in exchange for a review based on the user’s honest opinion.
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