Esoterica® Fade Cream

Esoterica® Fade Cream Review

The anal area among other intimates areas can naturally darken overtime. Some people become self-conscious of this and look for ways to whiten their anal area. We came across a product known as Esoterica® Fade Cream, which is marketed as a daytime product that gradually lightens the look of dark areas on the skin.

You may be wondering does Esoterica® Fade Cream work on private intimate areas? Esoterica® Fade Cream formula is only marketed for use on the arms, hands, chest, neck, face, legs, feet and body. There is no information published suggesting that this cream can whiten the look of intimate areas such as the anal area, vagina, penis, nipples, underarms, scrotum or bikini line. You should look for products that are intended to whiten the look of private parts, not just aging related to environmental factors.

It appears that Esoterica® Fade Cream contains Hydroquinone, which achieves the desired lightening effects. Hydroquinone can be dangerous and promote other health issues†. We recommend that you use products that do not use this ingredient in its formula. There are several products that are Hydroquinone-free. For a list of these options, see our grid below.

You may be wondering how much Esoterica® Fade Cream costs. This product can be purchased from third party websites for less than $50 or in local retail stores. There are no Buy 2, Get 1 Free deals offered on third party sites. Some manufacturers offer Buy 2, Get 1 Free deals to help you save money on purchases.

After reading our Esoterica® Fade Cream review, you will find that this formula is applicable on blemishes, freckles and age spot imperfections. Individuals who use Esoterica® Fade Cream should discontinue its use if noticeable results are not obtained within 3 months. To see how Esoterica® Fade Cream compares to other options on the market, please review the product review grid.

Esoterica® Fade Cream Features:

• Formulated with Hydroquinone (potentially harmful ingredient that has been linked to side effects†)
• If you do not see visible results in 3 months, discontinue use
• Buy 2, Get 1 Free specials are unavailable
• Promoted to moisturize and lighten the skin
• Applicable on freckles, blemishes and age spots
• No information to support it is applicable on intimate areas

Esoterica® Fade Cream Details:

Form: cream-based
Size: 2.5 oz
Instructions: Apply a small amount as a thin layer to affected areas twice daily or as directed by a doctor
Ingredients: Purified Water, Isopropyl Myristate, Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate NF, Propylene Glycol, Ozokerite, Poloxamer 188, Steareth 20, Ceteareth-3, Fragrance, Dimethicone, Sodium Metabisulfite, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Butylated Hydroxyanisole, Anhydrous Citric Acid, Edetate Disodium

Esoterica® Fade Cream Results:

Individuals who do not see improvement after 3 months of treatment, discontinue use. On very dark skin, lightening effect may not be noticeable.

Esoterica® Fade Cream Cons:

Our first concern was there were no Esoterica® Fade Cream reviews suggesting that this cream was intended to lighten the look of the genitals or anal area. Instead this is a skin cream for areas like the arms, legs, chest and neck that have freckles, blemishes or spots.

Our second concern was we could not locate the manufacturer’s website. This product is only sold by third party retail sellers. And this formula uses Hydroquinone. An ingredient that can be harmful when used to lighten the look of the skin.

Esoterica® Fade Cream Conclusion:

Esoterica® Fade Cream is available for purchase from third -party retail sellers online. Our staff was unable to navigate through the manufacturer’s website for this product. There is no information claiming that Buy 2, get 1 Free specials are offered for this product. Esoterica® Fade Cream should be discontinued if you do not achieve noticeable results in 3 months. Esoterica® Fade Cream contains hydroquinone, a potentially dangerous ingredient†.

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