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Natura Science Labs, a company known for providing natural science products has introduced its latest offering – ‘The One Dark Spot Corrector.’

USA – July 10, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Today, ‘Natura Science Labs’ announced the launch of their new product – ‘The One – Dark Spot Corrector.’ The product is helpful for lightening dark spots, age spots and brown spots in just a few weeks. ‘The One’ is a potent serum, like Hydroquinone, that gives amazing results on skin without causing any harmful side effects. The product is available on Amazon – http://allstarreview.com/deals/dark-spot-corrector-age-spots-remover-melasma-treatment-acne-scar-fading and is being offered at a 69 Percent discount. The initial launch offer is for a period of three weeks.

Speaking to media, a spokesperson from the NaturaScienceLabs said, “We are glad to announce the launch of our new product that is extremely helpful for all types of skin and even for men too. This is our special creation that will help users to get smooth and flawless skin with natural methods.” He further added, “Presently, we are offering a special discount of 69 Percent off of ‘The One – Dark Spot Corrector’ so that more people can make the most of this exclusive product. We aim to provide many more natural products for health and beauty to our customers at most affordable prices in times to come.”

According to the sources, the new product by NaturaScienceLabs has antioxidant properties that effectively reduce skin damage. It also helps users to remove Melasma on the face, fade acne scars, and reduce the effects of sun damage on skin. The effective dark spot corrector does not include Sulfates, Parabens, or any other kind of unsafe Chemicals. It naturally helps users to have youthful and radiant skin.

‘The One – Dark Spot Corrector’ is made with high quality products and is completely plant based. The product is available with 100 percent money back guarantee on Amazon.

When contacted, Angela, one of the users who got the chance to test the product before its launch said, “This is really an amazing product. I must say it helped in removing dark spots and sunburn on my skin within one week. I recommend it to everyone looking for a perfect product to get great skin.”

About Natura Science Labs:
Natura Science Labs is a reputed health and beauty products provider. The company provides its exclusive products on Amazon.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.amazon.com/Corrector-Treatment-Hyperpigmentation-Lightening-Hydroquinone/dp/B00JRGQ09S

Contact Info:
Name: Johan Ted
Email: beauty@naturasciencelabs.com
Address: 1000 NE 122ND Ave #200 Portland, OR 97230
Organization: Natura Science Labs

Video URL: http://youtu.be/VQLF5qN-WxI

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