I am sure we have all seen at some point the advertisements for this product
which features speckled eggs?
Yep a little off putting as I certainly don't deem my skin to be anything at all similar.
The power of advertisement is a whole other post and one I personally don't feel qualified to delve into
so let's just get on with the review shall we.

Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector a.k.a The Damage Eraser 
promises to reverse the appearance of dark spots, age spots, skin stresses
and darkening from acne scars in as little as 4 weeks!
I don't have any darkening other than a few acne scars that I would like to fade
but in all honesty I do think four weeks is a little too promising so I thought as many of my readers
will have acne scarring that they would like to fade or disappear without drastic measures,
that this product may be something a good few will be interested in?
For that reason I will put it to the test for the next month and report back
with the final post featuring before and after photos of my scars.

"Dermatologist-developed to be safe, comfortable. 
Yet in clinical trials our serum was comparable to a leading prescription ingredient 
in visibly reducing dark spots at 4, 8 and 12 weeks, 
with a verified 58% improvement at 12 weeks. 
And all skin tones start seeing results at 4 weeks. 
Even traces of acne past seem improved."

Basically Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector is a serum like product
that you apply twice a day, you can use this with or without a daily moisturising cream.
I have so far found the product to be light, silky and easily applied and absorbed by the skin.
However it is stressed how imperative it is that you use an SPF of 15 or above when using such product
as without it the skin care not improve in clarity in tone.
Sounds straight forward enough does it work?
I guess we will have to see how it unfolds over the course of a month!

Is this a product that you are interested in?

Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector (S) - 30ml/£39 - link