Scarguard Lightening Serum


Get the best patented and proven remedy to lighten existing dark, brown scars and diminish skin discolorations, such as under-eye circles, age spots liver spots, freckles or melasma.

Disappears completely… Able to be covered with makeup while working!!! 

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Product Description

Why SCARGUARD Lightening Serum

Scarguard Lightening Serum uses a proprietary blend of medical and homeopathic ingredients that have been engineered to act synergistically to lighten dark brown scars and other skin discolorations.

Scarguard Lightening Serum is a fast-absorbing gel that disappears into the skin in just seconds leaving no surface residue so it can be covered with makeup after it is applied. This phenomenal product works incredibly well on all skin types! It is clinically proven to lighten darkened skin discolorations.


We know of no other Over The Counter (OTC) product that is more powerful or effective for fading dark, brownish discolorations. Scarguard Lightening Serum is available without a prescription at your doctor’s office, select nationwide pharmacies and directly through our website.


Brush a small amount twice daily. Rub in. Limit sun exposure and use a sunscreen, a sun blocking agent or protective clothing to cover bleached skin when using and after using this product in order to prevent darkening from reoccurring.

Active Ingredients: Hydroquinone (2%) (Skin Lightener).

Other Ingredients: Retinoic Acid, Melatonin, MSM, BHT, NA Metabisulfite, Arbutin, Cystamine Licorice Root, Dandelion (Taraxacum Offiinate) Root, Hydroxyanisole, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, Kojic Acid, Azelaic Acid, Acetone, Propylene Glycol, Ethyl Alcohol (SDA), Distilled Water.

Safety Information
For external use only.

Do not use on children under 12 years of age.

Consult a doctor; on mucous membranes.

When using this product, minor irritation may occur; avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, rinse with water. Stop use and ask a doctor if irritation occurs.


Will Scarguard Lightening Serum work on pigmented skin?

Scarguard Lightening Serum is effective for any skin type or tone. On pigmented skin, care should be taken to treat only the darkened area and to stop when the correct tone is achieved.

Will sun exposure affect the results?

Avoiding direct sun exposure is an important factor in helping treat skin discoloration. Wear sun block and try to cover exposed areas. Check out Solarguard MD™ for extra protection.

How long does Scarguard Lightening Serum take to work?

If Scarguard Lightening Serum is used regularly, you should see improvement in one to four weeks. For some people, results can take a longer or shorter time, depending on skin type and the cause of the discoloration.

Can I use Scarguard Lightening Serum if I am pregnant?

Pregnant women should not use Scarguard Lightening Serum.

Can Scarguard Lightening Serum be used on children?

Scarguard Lightening Serum should only be used on children under the age of 12 after consulting a doctor.

Why is Scarguard Lightening Serum different?

Scarguard Lightening Serum is the only product that we know of that combines silicone, cortisone, and vitamin E into one, easy-to-use product that forms a clear, protective film over a scar while it heals. It is clinically proven to be effective.

How long should I use Scarguard Lightening Serum?

Consult a doctor if discoloration worsens or persists for more than three months.

Will Scarguard Lightening Serum irritate my skin?

If you have sensitive skin, it is suggested that you test for skin sensitivity before using by applying a small amount to an unbroken patch of skin. Check after 24 hours. Minor redness is normal, but if there is itching or excessive inflammatory response, consult your doctor.

How does Scarguard Lightening Serum work on freckles, age spots, liver spots and under-eye circles?

If your discoloration is due to an injury, the discoloration will often not return once Scarguard Lightening Serum has lightened it. Hormonally induced discoloration such as melanoma or age spots might need repeat treatments. Consult a doctor if discoloration worsens or persists more than three months.