Goodbye age spots, hello younger looking hands.
Superfade Cream contains a powerful fading agent and other ingredients to assist in fading age spots, freckles and brown skin blemishes The cream works gradually and results should begin to appear after 6 weeks.
Superfade Cream and Superfade Face Cream are the only nonprescription pharmacy medicines in Australia which contain the powerful active ingredient Hydroquinone.
More than 100,000*Australians trust Superfade to fix their pigmentation issues.
SuperFade Cream 60mL
Brown skin blemishes and freckles occur when excessive pigmentation has resulted from the influence of sun exposure, hormonal variation or skin type. Dark skinned people should avoid long term and repeated use to lighten overall colour as this could result in hyper-pigmentation of the skin.
Hydroquinone 20mg/g (Fading Agent)
Salicylic Acid 15mg/g (Exfoliant)
Padimate O 30mg/g (Sunscreen)
Where are you on
the pigmentation scale?
Spot Treatment: Rub sparingly into areas to be treated only, twice daily and at bedtime. After desired fading is obtained use only as necessary to maintain results. Before commencing treatment test for allergic reaction over 24 hours with small patch of cream on inside of upper arm.
This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. If symptoms worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your health professional. Follow the directions for use. Protect skin from further sun damage with high protection sunscreen.
Do not: Use on children. Do not use near the eyes. Do not exceed recommended dose. Excessive or prolonged use should be avoided because darkening of the skin can occur.
While using this product: Mild irritation may occur, stop use if it becomes severe. Avoid exposure to the sun. Use SPF30 sunscreen on any exposed areas. This product may darken on exposure to air, but this does not affect its efficacy.
Ask a doctor if: A pigmented spot or mole has recently become darker, changed colour, become enlarged or itchy, or bleeds, then do not use this product. Ask your doctor if fading is not evident in three months.