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SkinBright is a skin brightener product that works to lighten the appearance of various types of skin discolorations including melasma, age spots, hyperpigmentation, and more. SkinBright has been created to reduce the appearance of these skin discolorations and over time even eliminate them altogether. Most of the active ingredients in the formula are derived from natural extracts such as Vitamin A Palmitate, Lemon Extract, Aloe Vera, Willow Bark Extract, Alpha Arbutin and Hemp Oil just to name a few. SkinBright incorporates gentle but effective ingredients and is hydroquinone free.

SkinBright has not been tested on animals and is available in air sealed containers. Pregnant and nursing woman should avoid this product.


Go to the Official SkinBright Website for more information

Actual Customer Feedback, Reviews, Testimonials and Complaints

Customer Feedback Average:

4 stars

Is Skin Bright a scam or does it actually work?
Our Research Suggests:

According to the online research that we have done (from comments in numerous online forums, websites, and blogs, and wikis.), SkinBright is an effective skin lightener.

Large numbers of users have reported good results, especially compared with the effectiveness of other products in the market.


According to people who have tried Skin Bright, it does work as stated. It is worth considering as a skin brightener.


Product Specification


Premium Naturals LLC
12909 56th St North Suite 301
Tampa, Florida 33617

Ingredients: (vitamins, herbal, miscellaneous)

Alpha Arbutin, Kojic Acid, Vitamin A Palmitate, Lemon Extract, Passionflower Extract, Willow Bark Extract, Aloe Vera, Allantoin, Ascorbic Acid, Malachite Extract, Hemp Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sunflower Oil, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Squalene, Water, Cosmedia SP, Silica, Calcarea Carbonica, Graphites, Veegum Ultra, Xanthum Gum, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Vitamin E Acetate, Capric Triglycerides, Cyclopentasiloxane, Lemongrass Extract, Dimethicone / Cyclopentasiloxane, Optiphen Plus, Potassium Sorbate.

Prescription Needed No
Side Effects None Reported
FDA Approved Unknown
Money Back Guarantee 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
Price / discount Varies

Official SkinBright Homepage to buy

About Skin Lighteners

Skin lighteners are a product designed to lighten the complexion. The product uses certain chemicals to stop the skin from forming and distributing natural pigment. Sometimes skin lighteners are used to treat age spots, melasma, acne scars, and diseases such as skin fungus. In some Asian and African cultures fair skin is considered a virtue or a social advantage. Long term use of skin lighteners can actually have a reverse effect and ironically lead to even more severe discoloration of the skin.

Usually skin lighteners contain bleaches, most commonly mercury, steroid creams, and hydroquinone. They work by stopping production of melanin, and all are extremely dangerous. Side effects of these skin lighteners are major, including kidney damage, liver failure, mercury poisoning, dermatitis, aggravated melasma, fetal toxicity, a predisposition to skin cancer, severe hyperpigmentation, and many other skin diseases.

Hyperpigmentation means that parts of your skin are a lot darker than others and there is no cure, so it will be with you for the rest of your life. Sunscreen can help prevent skin cancer and damage from the sun. There are emollient creams that can soothe dermatitis and hydrocortisone can prevent itching for a short amount of time, but should not be used for the long term. You should talk to your dermatologist about how to treat the side effects of skin lighteners.

With all the side effects, it is enough to discourage most people from using skin lighteners. However, for some people getting rid of freckles, scars, dark patches, and sun spots is worth the risk. If you choose to use skin lighteners anyway, it usually take two to four weeks to begin seeing a difference, and four to six months for the full effect. Some skin lighteners offer thirty-day money back guarantees. Make sure you follow the instructions on the tube or jar.

Some people use natural skin lighteners like milk, licorice extract, turmeric, lemon juice, tomato juice, cucumber juice, or hydrogen peroxide to get the desired effect. These may have different levels of effectiveness. If you use skin lighteners, make sure that you use plenty of sunscreen with a sufficient SPF for your activities to decrease your chance of skin cancer and maintain your lightened skin. Exfoliating removes dead skin cells and this alone can lighten your skin as long as you are not tanning in between. While not all skin lighteners are safe, if you talk to your dermatologist, you can minimize the risk. There are also more natural lighterners like SkinBright.

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