The claim by Garnier is that after 4 weeks the problem areas should be reduced and your skin will look radiant and moisturised and after 12 weeks the problem areas should be faded and smaller. I have used the moisturiser daily for around 2 weeks days now and surprisingly to me, I actually like it and have noticed that a scar on my face caused by a burn has started to fade.
This is the absolute first Garnier facial skincare product I have used and liked, hell it's the first one I have even deigned to use, so I was actually really shocked that I have been enjoying using it!
Vitamin C is the active ingredient in this product and it is an ingredient that is highly recommended in anti ageing skincare so I can see now why it could work.
My first thoughts are that I like the tube and applicator. The fruity floral scent is light but nice, I do normally prefer something unscented but since the scent is nice I don't really mind and the texture is very smooth and silky, not at all greasy, it's more like a serum or a primer texture.
The moisturiser sinks in quickly and that's even with my usual slap it on approach of less is less and more is... better (also works for chocolate, money and ... well most things).
My skin is definitely moisturised enough when using this product, when I apply it at night I do not wake up with a dry face or feeling tight across the cheek area but neither do I feel oily or gunky.
Garnier Dark Spot Corrector is currently on sale in Superdrug http://www.superdrug.com/face/garnier-dark-spot-corrector/invt/480451/?source=179_74 and Boots for around £7.49 therefore being the cheapest moisturiser I have been happy using by about £50 for a very long time!
I will update after I have used it up so we can see if there really was any reduction in dark spots and an increase in radiance. Maybe I will look 19 again! (yeah dream on).