Dark knees are quite hard to get rid of. However, these products are made specifically to get rid of dark spots in the knee area.
Ever wonder how you can get rid of your dark knees?
Or even your skin tone?
Some people who have dark knees cover it with makeup.
But why hide it if you can get rid of it?
Make up doesn't get rid of dark knees, it only hides it temporarily.
To be honest - dark knees are quite unattractive due to the unevenness in your skin tone especially when you're wearing a dress or a skirt.
So the question is....
Causes of dark knees:
If you do yoga or crawl too much, this can use hyperpigmentation (aka dark spots) due to the constant friction in the skin.
Getting dark spots after pregnancy is very common due to hormonal changes in the body.
If you had psoriasis before, this can cause dark patches in the knee area due hyper pigmentation.
When you wear tight and dark clothing, this causes friction in the skin. Too much friction would turn into hyper pigmentation (dark spots in knees).
You're probably wondering...
One of the way to get rid of dark knees is to use products that contain kojic acid, glycolic acid and arbutin - all of which are known to help get rid of dark spots and even skin tone.
Removes dark spots in the knees.
Helps even skin tone.
Removes dead skin cells to help kojic acid and glycolic acid penetrate the skin, which will help even skin tone.
*Lasts for one month.
Kojic soap instructions: Wet skin with warm water and gently massage soap on the skin for no more than 15 seconds on your first week of use. DO NOT RUB. Avoid getting into eyes, nose or mouth. Use this soap only once a day (preferably at night) for the first week. Wash thoroughly with cold water. After the first week, you can use the soap twice a day for no more than 30 seconds.
3. Apply the Tone Perfecting Lotion generously all over the knees.Disclaimer: * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.