Superfade for hyperpigmentation

SUPERFADE THE PIGMENTATION EXPERTS

SuperFade has been a trusted Australian pigmentation fading agent for over 35 years.

For Women with unwanted pigmentation, SuperFade will assist in fading dark spots. SuperFade Cream and SuperFade Face Cream are the only non-prescription pharmacy medicines in Australia which contain the powerful active ingredient Hydroquinone. Higher strength of Hydroquinone is only available on prescription. Hydroquinone is supported by clinical trials to pharmaceutical standards.

We recognise that not all pigmentation is the same and therefore needs a select method of treatment. SuperFade, the pigmentation experts – Complete solutions for mild, moderate and hyper-pigmentation concerns.

Where are you on 

the pigmentation scale?

Pigmentation not only develops because of different causes but also presents in different intensities. It is important to find where you are on the pigmentation scale so you can best choose your individual solution. Learn more about pigmentation HERE.

Mild Pigmentation
moderate pigmentation
hyper pigmentation

*This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. If Symptoms worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your healthcare professional.

Follow the directions for use.

SuperFade Accelerator Serum

SuperFade Accelerator Serum 20mL

RRP$24.95

SuperFade Face Cream with applicator 20mL

RRP$24.95

SuperFade Face Cream 40mL

SuperFade Face Cream 40mL

RRP$31.45

Superfade Cream

SuperFade Cream 60mL

RRP$34.95

Pigmentation on the body

As the sunburnt country, it’s no wonder the majority of Australian women have unwanted pigmentation. It is not just limited to the face, many women find the sun loving years of youth have caught up with them, and are now showing pigmentation on their hands, arms and decolletage.

The most noticeable type of pigmentation in these areas is defined as hyperpigmentation, and SuperFade Cream is the product which is best suited to fade this type of pigmentation*.

*This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. If Symptoms worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your healthcare professional. Follow the directions for use.

WHAT CAUSES PIGMENTATION?

There are a few reasons why you may get pigmentation, they are from sun damage, hereditary skin type, hormonal changes (such as pregnancy), or acne scarring. Pigmentation develops over a long period of time and as such treatment is not immediate. It will take time and consistency to fade.

Post Acne Scarring

post acne scarring

Sun Damage

sun damage

Hormonal

hormonal

skin type

ACCELERATOR

SUPERFADE SERUM

Accelerator serum

Potent pigmentation reducing serum for mild pigmentation on face, neck and decolletage. Works from the surface down to rapidly reduce surface discolouration. For hyper-pigmentation, use before spot application of SuperFade Cream or SuperFade Face Cream.

Apply all over face, twice daily after cleansing and before moiturising. Suitable for all skin types.

SuperFade Accelerator Serum

This is a non-prescription pharmacy medicine so is

only available from a pharmacy.

SuperFade Face Cream & Cream

This is a non-prescription pharmacy medicine so is

only available from a pharmacy.

*This medicine may not be right for you.  Read the label before purchase.  If symptoms worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your healthcare professional.  Follow the directions for use.

SUPERFADE

CREAM & FACE CREAM

Hydroquinone

SuperFade Cream and SuperFade Face Cream contain Hydroquinone, a powerful fading agent and other ingredients to assist in fading age spots, freckles and brown skin blemishes. The creams work gradually and results should begin to appear after 6 weeks.

Apply twice daily and at bedtime after cleansing to the affected area, leave to absorb before applying your moisturiser and sunscreen. Suitable for all skin types. After desired fading is obtained use only as necessary to maintain results.

REVIEWS

FROM OUR CUSTOMERS

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– Rachel, Plunkett’s website

– Louise, Plunkett’s website

review 1

– Rachel, Plunkett’s website

– Louise, Plunkett’s website