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Ambi Fade Cream Review - Will It Work For You? Let's Find Out!

It's hard for anyone not to notice their blemishes and the small imperfections of their skin tone. Dark spots seem to come out of nowhere, and are immune to concealment and makeup. If you've ever struggled with dark spots, blemishes, or varying shades in the tone of your skin – than you owe It to yourself to learn more about these changes in your skin and how best to counter them. Many people are unaware what causes dark spots and blemishes. Even more don't know how best to treat them. Do you think it best to know more before simply giving up?

You’re right!

So, the question is, can Ambi Fade Cream help your skin become evenly toned while regaining its luster and strength?


AMBI is a not very well known line of skin-care products which are sold by various retail stores, including Walgreens, CVS, Target, and Kmart. The manufacturer produces a large range of cosmetic products, including moisturizers, cleansers, and lotions. Arguably it’s most popular and most sought after item, though, is the AMBI Fade Cream, a topical product that targets dark spots while claiming to even skin tones. A unique aspect of AMBI's Fade Cream is that it comes in two different versions, a regular and oily skin variety. Both are hydroquinone-based skin lighteners, and boast that they can give results within the first two weeks of use. AMBI Skin Fade Cream is very cheap. Costing only $4.99 at your local superstore.

What's the Word On The Street, Then?

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The first positive to note about AMBI Fade Cream is that it is much more affordable than other creams, costing only $4.99 for a single tube. This, however, may not be a good thing – if its low price is due in large part to cheap ingredients. This product was also developed for the sole use of women who suffer from dark spots and blemishes, its formulation is said to take into account a woman's changing hormone levels. AMBI Fade Cream is also available at several major retail chains.

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Every product claims to offer the best results for the money, AMBI Fade Cream is certainly one of those products. Unfortunately is has a growing list of negative aspects. Firstly, the product offers no clinical testing to prove it can do what it claims. Secondly, the product offers no money back guarantee through its main website. Customer testimonials are decidedly mixed as well, giving neither a clear positive or negative reaction to the product. AMBI Fade Cream does not use ingredients which contain hyaluronic acid or collagen, the two most widely tested and proven compounds for reducing dark spots. This may explain why it is much cheaper than many other blemish creams.

You Have To Know What You're Putting On Your Body

Ambi Fade Cream's triple action method involves components and ingredients such as Hydroquinone (which is the main active ingredient of the product), Alpha Hydroxy, Vitamin E and Octinoxate. Hydroquinone comprises 2% of the composition of the formula as well as Octinoxate.

Unfortunately, the full ingredient list isn't available.


There are two different kinds of product manufacturers on the market today: those companies that work hard to satisfy their clients, hoping that their positive results will continue to bring them back; and those companies who seem content with cutting corners and marketing results that never seem to come. AMBI Fade Cream seems to fall within the middle of those two groups, neither providing stellar results nor flat out lying to consumers. We liked that AMBI Fade Cream was available locally at popular retail outlets, but found its price and lack of quality ingredients a little limiting. And while it's usually women who use blemish creams such as this over their male counterparts, we can't help but feeling put off that the cream is not recommended for men. In the end we don't feel like AMBI Fade Cream is a good enough product to justify its purchase. Save your money for something clinically proven. Even if it is more expensive.


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