The makers of Pharmaclinix Lightenex claim to be the leaders in skin lightening cream treatments that are specifically designed to lighten Asian, Arabic and dark skin.
What is lightenex?
Lightenex is a clinically tested, EU licensed skin whitener that claims to deliver results within a few weeks, by lightening your skin tone gradually and safely.
It’s also reported to do much more. Dark skin has more melanin, protecting it from sunlight, and slowing down the signs of aging. But the drawback is that later on in life it can become pigmented, and form dark patches.
I have to confess here and now that I’m not an expert on skin whitening, so I can’t form an opinion based on personal experience. What I can report on though, is my conclusions about Pharmaclinix Lightenex following a lot of painstaking study and research. I would also remind you that just like any skin care product, this may work for some people, but not everyone.
Pharmaclinix Lightenex Review …..
The company claims that the Lightenex Cream is used by Middle Eastern Royal Families and Bollywood stars, but I was unable to obtain any proof of that claim!
But really, claims like these should be taken with a pinch of salt anyway. What really determines if a product will work for the majority of people is the ingredients used.
Lightenex ingredients :
- Kojic dipalmitate.
- Glycyrrhiza Glabra Extract.
- Imperata Cylindrica Extract.
- Arctostaphylos uva-ursi L. Sprengel.
- Daucus Carota Sativa (carrot) root extract.
- Mitracarpus Scaber Extract.
Anti-oxidants, vitamins & proteins are also included. All of the above are natural, highly concentrated plant extracts, and it’s not tested on animals.
The company claim that the clinical trials were conducted in an independent dermatology clinic, resulting in proof that Lightenex will help to:
- Lighten dark patches and freckles.
- Lighten liver spots and age spots.
- Lighten hyperpigmentation.
- Lighten under-eye dark circles.
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Pharmaclinix further claim that the product is safe to use on any part of the body, including the face, and even if you’re pregnant you can apply it to your neck, under arms, legs, hands, feet, stomach, back and intimate areas.
Clearing pigmentation will vary for every individual. Some people will notice a difference in as little as 6 weeks, while for others it could take up to 6 months. It depends on your age, skin type and extent of the pigmentation.
The Bottom Line …..
I did not see enough evidence to convince me that this product does all it claims to do. Finding customer reviews was not easy, and at the time of writing I could only find two. Surely if the product is used by royalty and celebrities, it would be much more popular? In my opinion, two customer reviews is not enough to inspire anyone to have faith in a product. But I’ll leave you to form your own opinion about that.
There are too many unanswered questions about this product, available here, and I think a much better, safer option is to check out the Revitol Skin Lightening Cream, a clinically and independently proven product, approved by a Dermatologist in clinical trials, who confirmed that the product is safe to use, including on sensitive skin.