The 5 Best New Skin-Care Products for Scars and Discoloration

Even when you decide to own them, living with scars and skin discoloration on a regular basis can be tough sometimes. We understand that there’s more than one type of scar or discoloration (here’s looking at you, dark spots), which is why we made sure to test some of the best skin-care products available. From dark spot correctors (my personal favorite), to at-home peels, our testers kicked things into overdrive to track down the products that actually work. For people with existing scars or discoloration, our panel of dermatologists suggests avoiding skin-care products with ingredients like parabens, sulfates, or dyes, which can sometimes be irritating to this skin type. Of course, there’s also a host of ingredients that our derms recommended to help minimize the appearance of these kinds of skin conditions, including brighteners, like vitamin C, and chemical exfoliators, like retinoids. Ahead, check out five of the most effective skin-care products to help treat scars and discoloration from the comfort of home. P.S. Don’t forget the sunscreen (seriously, it helps, for real for real)! And for more on skin-care for treating scars and discoloration, read our brand new comprehensi...

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This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Some entrepreneurs I know stick to nonfiction, but the wiser ones, it seems to me, also delve into fiction and poetry. Over the past few years, some studies have shown that people who read literature have a better theory of mind—meaning that they understand better what other people are thinking and feeling. Novelists explore universal themes, often against the pressing issues of today: race, climate change, immigration—and perhaps the nature of antagonism itself. Chances are those issues have a bearing on your life and business, and reading literature may help you see the problems you face in a new way. Steve Jobs famously told John Sculley, then the CEO of Apple: “First, we changed. Then we changed the world.” But change is hard and rare for most people. Long-form narrative, the closest form of expression to the way we think, is one path to real change. With that in mind, here’s a list of new lite...