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Our Natural Skin-Brightening Serum

Ageless Bright Consists of 7 Skin Nourishing Ingredients Proven to Help:
  • Reveal a Brighter Complexion
  • Fade the Appearance of Dark Spots on the Face and Skin
  • Reduce the Appearance of Sunspots on the Skin
  • Give the Skin a Smoother, Younger, More Even Look
  • Support Healthy Melanin Metabolism
Plus, You Can Feel Good About Your Skin Health Knowing That Ageless Bright is:
  • Non-GMO and Free From Parabens, Phthalates, and Sulfates
  • Free from Synthetic Fragrances and Dyes
  • Not Tested on Animals

Our Natural Skin-Brightening Serum

Ageless Bright Consists of 7 Skin Nourishing Ingredients Proven to Help:
  • Reveal a Brighter Complexion
  • Fade the Appearance of Dark Spots on the Face and Skin
  • Reduce the Appearance of Sunspots on the Skin
  • Give the Skin a Smoother, Younger, More Even Look
  • Support Healthy Melanin Metabolism
Plus, You Can Feel Good About Your Skin Health Knowing That Ageless Bright is:
  • Non-GMO and Free From Parabens, Phthalates, and Sulfates
  • Free from Synthetic Fragrances and Dyes
  • Not Tested on Animals
60-Day Money Back Guarantee

60-Day Money Back Guarantee

Ageless Bright- Reduces Sunspots

Reduce Sunspots on Skin & Face

Ageless Glow- Paraben Free

Reveals a Brighter Complexion

Ageless Glow- Paraben Free

100% Paraben & Sulfate Free

Do you feel like your skin makes you look older than you actually are? Are you worried you stick out like a sore thumb? Do skin insecurities deeply affect your quality of life? Maybe your skin makes you feel self-conscious. Maybe you worry about what other people think. Maybe you feel like people are staring at you. Maybe you avoid social settings (certain places, events, and gatherings) because you feel anxious about imperfections of your skin.

The association between youth and beauty is well accepted in modern-day society. In fact, it’s what fuels the cosmetic and surgical industries. After all, studies show people who have a more youthful appearance are consistently rated as more attractive than older-appearing folks. And vice versa, as people perceived as more attractive tend to be thought of as younger than their actual age. Not surprisingly, studies show we are drawn to people with younger-looking skin because we perceive them to be healthier and more attractive.

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were something you could do to fade the appearance of sun spots—those dark spots on your face and skin that lead to a dull complexion and uneven skin tone, ultimately making you look noticeably older than you really are?

What Are Sun Spots?

Sun spots (also called solar lentigines and lentigo senilis) are light-brown to black pigmented lesions of various sizes that typically develop in chronically sun-exposed skin. In simple terms, sun spots are those flat brown, gray, or black spots that have unscrupulously appeared over the years, particularly on sun-exposed areas of the skin—which just so happen to be the most noticeable areas of your body.

They are called “sun spots” because they are strongly related to chronic sun exposure, and because of their color, they are often called dark spots. They are also frequently called age spots or liver spots.

Sun spots on the face and skin are associated with photodamage, which is basically science-speak for degenerative changes in the skin that result from excessive exposure to UV radiation. One of the results of photodamage is photoaging, which more specifically refers to the appearance of premature aging of the skin caused by repeated exposure to UV radiation.

Practically speaking, there are many signs of photoaging, including deep wrinkles; rough, leathery skin; dry, lax skin; and perhaps most notably, loss of skin tone and mottled pigmentation (hypo- or hyperpigmentation). We’re talking about:

  • Dull complexion
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Appearance of age spots on the skin
  • Appearance of dark spots on the face

And get this: In a study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, a group of European researchers studying skin texture revealed that the effects of skin color distribution can account for up to 20 years of perceived age. In other words, uneven skin tone (including sun spots on the skin and dark spots on the face) can make others think you’re up to 20 years older—and less healthy—than you actually are!

According to study co-author and Senior Scientist in the Department for Sociology/Anthropology at the University of Goettingen, Germany, Dr. Bernhard Fink, “Whether a woman is 17 or 70, the contrast of skin tone plays a significant role in the way her age, beauty, and health are perceived.”

While photoaging is the most obvious and most talked about, there are many other factors that contribute to premature skin aging:

  • Poor diet (e.g., low-antioxidant diet, nutrient deficiencies, too much sugar)
  • Poor gut health
  • Inadequate/poor sleep
  • Stress
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Environmental pollution
  • Age-related hormone changes (e.g., menopause, andropause, somatopause)
  • Poor glycemic control (i.e., blood sugar management)
  • Certain medications
  • And more

What Causes Dark Spots on the Skin & Face?

The major determinant of the color in the skin is a compound called melanin, which is also produced by the body as a defense mechanism against UV radiation. And while healthy melanin production and processing is the secret behind a lovely suntan, the build-up of melanin is the major culprit behind the appearance of dark spots on the skin and sun spots on the face.

In other words, like most things in the body, balance is important when it comes to melanin. Melanogenesis refers to the process of the body making melanin, and it is a defense mechanism of the skin against UV irradiation. Melanin also acts as an antioxidant (removing reactive oxygen species), and it’s involved in the synthesis of vitamin D. The point is that melanin is natural, normal, and essential.

However, melanin overproduction and its accumulation in the skin leads to:

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Sun spots on the face
  • Dark spots on the skin
  • Freckles
  • Melasma (brown or gray-brown patches of skin, often on the face)
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Other signs of photoaging
  • And worse, melanoma (the most aggressive, lethal form of skin cancer)

The KEY to revealing a brighter complexion, reducing the appearance of age spots on the skin, fading the appearance of dark spots on the face, and supporting an even skin tone lies in healthy melanin metabolism.

Now, before we go any further, let’s peel back the layers of the process, which involves multiple stages. While it’s quite complex, here’s an overview of what it entails…

  • You expose your skin to sunlight (i.e., UV radiation), which triggers the process of melanogenesis via generation of free radical reactive oxygen species (ROS) and activation of melanin-stimulating hormone.
  • Melanin production is initiated by a number of signaling systems and transcription factors (chemical messengers) including KIT, SCF, MITF, and MC1R. For example, MITF is considered a “master regulator” of melanin synthesis. You don’t need to remember the alphabet soup. Just keep in mind that there are chemical messengers on the “lookout” that set the cascade in motion.
  • The body converts the amino acid L-tyrosine (the starting material for melanin production) to L-DOPA via the enzyme tyrosinase. This is the rate-limiting step in melanin production, and this occurs within the melanocytes (the cells that produce melanin).
    Basically, tyrosine is the “starter” compound that ultimately yields melanin. [FUN FACT: tyrosinase is the enzyme that is also responsible for the undesired browning reactions in damaged fruits during post-harvest handling and processing.]
  • More specifically, this step occurs inside melanosomes, which are like little suitcases where melanin pigments are synthesized and stored.
  • Melanin is transferred (via those melanosome suitcases) to keratinocytes (the cells located directly above the melanocytes in the skin). And the number of melanosomes in keratinocytes is ultimately what contributes to what we see on the surface (i.e., pigmentation, skin tone, dark spots on the skin, sun spots on the face, etc.)

Don’t worry, there’s no quiz covering all this science-speak. What you do need to appreciate is that melanogenesis is a complex, multi-stage process. And along those lines, a number of “steps” can be targeted, or “interrupted,” along the way to help support healthy melanin metabolism.

For example, the most common way to “disrupt” the melanin-production process (and reduce the appearance of age spots on the skin, fade the appearance of dark spots on the face, and ultimately, reveal a brighter, more even, younger-looking complexion) is to use tyrosinase inhibitors and antioxidants, which protect the skin from UV radiation and help inhibit melanogenesis. Remember, the generation of ROS triggers the UV-induced melanin-production process.

What Makes Ageless Bright the Best Skin-Brightening Serum on the Market?

Considering 80 – 90% of adults show detectable signs of photoaging (such as dark spots on the face and skin), it’s no wonder the quest to reduce the appearance of sun spots on the skin and even out skin tone is endless nor why so many people are reaching for skin-brightening serums and other safe, natural ways to:

  • Help reveal a brighter complexion
  • Help reduce the appearance of dark spots on the skin
  • Help give the skin a more even, younger-looking appearance
  • Help protect against the appearance of new sun spots on the skin

The problem is not all skin-brightening serums are created equal. That’s why we’re so excited about Ageless Bright, which was thoughtfully formulated with seven powerful, naturally-derived ingredients to help reveal a brighter, more radiant complexion; fade the appearance of dark spots on the face and skin; and support a smoother, more even look by addressing the issues at roots.

Let’s take a look at the cutting-edge ingredients in this breakthrough skin-brightening serum and how they can help reduce the appearance of dark spots on the skin and face and, ultimately, help reveal a brighter, more even, younger look:

  • Bellis perennis (Daisy) flower helps even skin tone and improve pigmentation by interfering with multiple pathways involved in the formation of melanin. Research has shown that application of Bellis extract results in significant improvements in skin brightness and reductions in the appearance of age spots on the skin in as little as four weeks.
  • DermalRx SRC is a natural exfoliating oligopeptide that helps gently loosen coarse, keratinized cells at the surface, stimulating skin renewal with younger cells. As a result, it actively refines and restores skin texture and tone, helping reveal younger, more radiant-looking skin and a refined skin appearance.
  • Niacinamide (vitamin B3) is a cornerstone in a skin-brightening serum, as it can help protect the skin from UV damage, reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, improve the elasticity of the skin, rebalance uneven skin tone, reduce discoloration, and support a refined skin appearance.
  • Brightenyl, also known as diglucosyl gallic acid (found in sumac trees), is a next-generation addition to this skin-brightening serum. It helps restore even skin tone by inhibiting the production of melanin, controlling the darkening of skin, reducing the appearance of dark spots on the face and skin, and restoring the skin’s natural tone.
  • B-White is a patented combination of naturally-derived ingredients, including a unique protein called oligopeptide-68, shown to reduce the appearance of age spots on the hands and neck after 2 weeks and reveal an overall brighter, more uniform complexion after 4 weeks.
  • SymWhite, also known as phenylethyl resorcinol (an antioxidant naturally-found in pine bark), is a powerful player in this skin-brightening serum that has been shown to help support a brighter-looking complexion and more even skin tone in as little as 28 days.
  • Gwennis is an extract of the algae Dictyopteris Polypodioides that helps support healthy melanin metabolism. Research has shown that Gwennis significantly reduces skin pigmentation and reduces the appearance of age spots on the skin after three months of daily use.

Simply put, this skin-brightening serum has been carefully and thoughtfully formulated to provide key, naturally-derived, science-supported ingredients that have been shown to provide powerful, radiant support for healthier, younger-looking skin. Yet what’s not in Ageless Bright is just as important as what is.

Along those lines, Ageless Bright is free from:

  • Parabens, which are cheap, artificial preservatives that are known endocrine disruptors (meaning they can negatively affect your hormones), “obesogens” (meaning they can flip “on” a fat-storing switch in the body), and disruptors of mitochondria, the “energy factories” of your cells, which can have disastrous effects on health.
  • Phthalates, which are chemical additives (frequently hidden in fragrances) that have been shown to disrupt thyroid and reproductive hormones as well as have obesogenic properties.
  • Sulfates, which are commonly added preservatives that may have side effects in the form of headaches, allergies, and more.
  • Synthetic fragrances and dyes.
  • Hydroquinone and other synthetic ingredients with potentially dangerous side effects.

What’s more, Ageless Bright is a non-GMO, hypoallergenic skin-brightening serum that’s safe for all skin types. Guys, that means Ageless Bright works for men also!

How to Add Ageless Bright to Your Daily Regimen

Adding Ageless Bright skin-brightening serum to your skincare routine is easy. For best results:

  • After cleansing, apply a pea-size amount to dark spots or unevenly pigmented areas of your skin.
  • Allow to absorb fully before applying moisturizer, sunscreen, makeup, etc.
  • Use daily, morning and night, as part of your skincare regimen.

To further help fade the appearance of dark spots on the skin, combat photoaging, and support a more youthful, more radiant, more even look, we recommend that Ageless Bright be used with the following BioTRUST products:

  • Ageless Glow®, a skin-rejuvenating anti-aging serum that features breakthrough, research-supported ingredients that help lift your skin while reducing the appearance of visible signs of aging.
  • Ageless Body®, which features five powerful, research-backed ingredients that provide unparalleled antioxidant protection, which is key to protecting the body from the appearance of new dark spots on the face and skin.
  • Ageless Multi-Collagen™, which provides 5 essential types of collagen—the very building blocks of your skin—to powerfully support healthier, younger-looking skin.
  • IC-5™, a one-of-a-kind formula that helps support proper carbohydrate metabolism, a key to protecting against glycation, which is one of the most powerful factors (besides photoaging) contributing to skin damage and the appearance of dark spots on the skin.

TIP: If you’re using both Ageless Glow and Ageless Bright—which we recommend—apply Ageless Glow first, let it dry, and then apply Ageless Bright.

Ageless Bright Ingredients

Ageless Bright FAQ's

Q: What specifically makes Ageless Bright the best supplement of its kind?

Simply put, there’s nothing else like it! Ageless Bright is an advanced skin-brightening serum that features 7 research-backed, naturally-derived ingredients that powerfully support a smoother, more even look and help reduce the appearance of dark spots—ultimately revealing younger- and healthier-looking skin. This breakthrough formula addresses these concerns at the root, and by doing so, it also helps protect against the appearance of new age spots. And it does all this without harsh chemicals or other synthetic ingredients with potentially dangerous side effects. It’s also non-GMO and free from parabens, phthalates, sulfates and synthetic fragrances and dyes, and it’s never tested on animals. Put simply, you can feel good about what you’re putting on your body—and even better about the skin-brightening benefits!

Q: What is the best way to use Ageless Bright?

Ageless Bright is an easy-to-use skin-brightening serum. Simply apply a pea-size amount to dark spots or unevenly pigmented areas of your skin. For best results, apply after cleansing and allow to absorb fully before applying moisturizer, sunscreen, makeup, etc. We recommend using Ageless Bright twice daily, morning and night.

Q: How quickly will I see a difference in my skin?

Results are individual and depend on many factors, including age and condition of the skin. Clinical testing reveals that key ingredients in Ageless Bright deliver noticeable, measurable results—such as reductions in the appearance of dark spots and smoother, brighter, younger-looking skin—in as little as 4 weeks (with twice-daily use) with more substantial improvements over time. Results may vary.

Q: How long will a bottle of Ageless Bright last?

On average, each 30mL bottle of Ageless Bright is intended to last about 30 days when used as recommended. Of course, the more of the product you use, the faster it will go. For more dark spots, unevenly pigmented skin or signs of photoaging, we recommend that you purchase more.

Q: Can I use Ageless Bright if I have sensitive skin?

Ageless Bright is a non-GMO, hypoallergenic skin-brightening serum that was carefully formulated with gentle, naturally-derived, non-toxic ingredients so it could safely be used on all skin types. Folks with sensitive skin are advised to use caution when using any new product for the first time. For example, apply a small amount of Ageless Bright on an inconspicuous area to see how you respond over the course of 24 hours. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, we advise you to consult your physician.

Q: Is it safe to order online from your web site?

Yes. We use a 256-bit secure ordering server so you are protected the same as if you were ordering from Amazon.com or any other trusted Web site.

Q: What if this product doesn’t work for me?

While Ageless Bright was created to work, if for any reason at all you are unsatisfied with your purchase, just let us know, and we will issue a prompt and courteous refund even on empty bottles. You’re always protected by our industry best 60-Day Money Back Guarantee.

Do you feel like your skin makes you look older than you actually are? Are you worried you stick out like a sore thumb? Do skin insecurities deeply affect your quality of life? Maybe your skin makes you feel self-conscious. Maybe you worry about what other people think. Maybe you feel like people are staring at you. Maybe you avoid social settings (certain places, events, and gatherings) because you feel anxious about imperfections of your skin.

The association between youth and beauty is well accepted in modern-day society. In fact, it’s what fuels the cosmetic and surgical industries. After all, studies show people who have a more youthful appearance are consistently rated as more attractive than older-appearing folks. And vice versa, as people perceived as more attractive tend to be thought of as younger than their actual age. Not surprisingly, studies show we are drawn to people with younger-looking skin because we perceive them to be healthier and more attractive.

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were something you could do to fade the appearance of sun spots—those dark spots on your face and skin that lead to a dull complexion and uneven skin tone, ultimately making you look noticeably older than you really are?

What Are Sun Spots?

Sun spots (also called solar lentigines and lentigo senilis) are light-brown to black pigmented lesions of various sizes that typically develop in chronically sun-exposed skin. In simple terms, sun spots are those flat brown, gray, or black spots that have unscrupulously appeared over the years, particularly on sun-exposed areas of the skin—which just so happen to be the most noticeable areas of your body.

They are called “sun spots” because they are strongly related to chronic sun exposure, and because of their color, they are often called dark spots. They are also frequently called age spots or liver spots.

Sun spots on the face and skin are associated with photodamage, which is basically science-speak for degenerative changes in the skin that result from excessive exposure to UV radiation. One of the results of photodamage is photoaging, which more specifically refers to the appearance of premature aging of the skin caused by repeated exposure to UV radiation.

Practically speaking, there are many signs of photoaging, including deep wrinkles; rough, leathery skin; dry, lax skin; and perhaps most notably, loss of skin tone and mottled pigmentation (hypo- or hyperpigmentation). We’re talking about:

  • Dull complexion
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Appearance of age spots on the skin
  • Appearance of dark spots on the face

And get this: In a study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, a group of European researchers studying skin texture revealed that the effects of skin color distribution can account for up to 20 years of perceived age. In other words, uneven skin tone (including sun spots on the skin and dark spots on the face) can make others think you’re up to 20 years older—and less healthy—than you actually are!

According to study co-author and Senior Scientist in the Department for Sociology/Anthropology at the University of Goettingen, Germany, Dr. Bernhard Fink, “Whether a woman is 17 or 70, the contrast of skin tone plays a significant role in the way her age, beauty, and health are perceived.”

While photoaging is the most obvious and most talked about, there are many other factors that contribute to premature skin aging:

  • Poor diet (e.g., low-antioxidant diet, nutrient deficiencies, too much sugar)
  • Poor gut health
  • Inadequate/poor sleep
  • Stress
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Environmental pollution
  • Age-related hormone changes (e.g., menopause, andropause, somatopause)
  • Poor glycemic control (i.e., blood sugar management)
  • Certain medications
  • And more

What Causes Dark Spots on the Skin & Face?

The major determinant of the color in the skin is a compound called melanin, which is also produced by the body as a defense mechanism against UV radiation. And while healthy melanin production and processing is the secret behind a lovely suntan, the build-up of melanin is the major culprit behind the appearance of dark spots on the skin and sun spots on the face.

In other words, like most things in the body, balance is important when it comes to melanin. Melanogenesis refers to the process of the body making melanin, and it is a defense mechanism of the skin against UV irradiation. Melanin also acts as an antioxidant (removing reactive oxygen species), and it’s involved in the synthesis of vitamin D. The point is that melanin is natural, normal, and essential.

However, melanin overproduction and its accumulation in the skin leads to:

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Sun spots on the face
  • Dark spots on the skin
  • Freckles
  • Melasma (brown or gray-brown patches of skin, often on the face)
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Other signs of photoaging
  • And worse, melanoma (the most aggressive, lethal form of skin cancer)

The KEY to revealing a brighter complexion, reducing the appearance of age spots on the skin, fading the appearance of dark spots on the face, and supporting an even skin tone lies in healthy melanin metabolism.

Now, before we go any further, let’s peel back the layers of the process, which involves multiple stages. While it’s quite complex, here’s an overview of what it entails…

  • You expose your skin to sunlight (i.e., UV radiation), which triggers the process of melanogenesis via generation of free radical reactive oxygen species (ROS) and activation of melanin-stimulating hormone.
  • Melanin production is initiated by a number of signaling systems and transcription factors (chemical messengers) including KIT, SCF, MITF, and MC1R. For example, MITF is considered a “master regulator” of melanin synthesis. You don’t need to remember the alphabet soup. Just keep in mind that there are chemical messengers on the “lookout” that set the cascade in motion.
  • The body converts the amino acid L-tyrosine (the starting material for melanin production) to L-DOPA via the enzyme tyrosinase. This is the rate-limiting step in melanin production, and this occurs within the melanocytes (the cells that produce melanin).
    Basically, tyrosine is the “starter” compound that ultimately yields melanin. [FUN FACT: tyrosinase is the enzyme that is also responsible for the undesired browning reactions in damaged fruits during post-harvest handling and processing.]
  • More specifically, this step occurs inside melanosomes, which are like little suitcases where melanin pigments are synthesized and stored.
  • Melanin is transferred (via those melanosome suitcases) to keratinocytes (the cells located directly above the melanocytes in the skin). And the number of melanosomes in keratinocytes is ultimately what contributes to what we see on the surface (i.e., pigmentation, skin tone, dark spots on the skin, sun spots on the face, etc.)

Don’t worry, there’s no quiz covering all this science-speak. What you do need to appreciate is that melanogenesis is a complex, multi-stage process. And along those lines, a number of “steps” can be targeted, or “interrupted,” along the way to help support healthy melanin metabolism.

For example, the most common way to “disrupt” the melanin-production process (and reduce the appearance of age spots on the skin, fade the appearance of dark spots on the face, and ultimately, reveal a brighter, more even, younger-looking complexion) is to use tyrosinase inhibitors and antioxidants, which protect the skin from UV radiation and help inhibit melanogenesis. Remember, the generation of ROS triggers the UV-induced melanin-production process.

What Makes Ageless Bright the Best Skin-Brightening Serum on the Market?

Considering 80 – 90% of adults show detectable signs of photoaging (such as dark spots on the face and skin), it’s no wonder the quest to reduce the appearance of sun spots on the skin and even out skin tone is endless nor why so many people are reaching for skin-brightening serums and other safe, natural ways to:

  • Help reveal a brighter complexion
  • Help reduce the appearance of dark spots on the skin
  • Help give the skin a more even, younger-looking appearance
  • Help protect against the appearance of new sun spots on the skin

The problem is not all skin-brightening serums are created equal. That’s why we’re so excited about Ageless Bright, which was thoughtfully formulated with seven powerful, naturally-derived ingredients to help reveal a brighter, more radiant complexion; fade the appearance of dark spots on the face and skin; and support a smoother, more even look by addressing the issues at roots.

Let’s take a look at the cutting-edge ingredients in this breakthrough skin-brightening serum and how they can help reduce the appearance of dark spots on the skin and face and, ultimately, help reveal a brighter, more even, younger look:

  • Bellis perennis (Daisy) flower helps even skin tone and improve pigmentation by interfering with multiple pathways involved in the formation of melanin. Research has shown that application of Bellis extract results in significant improvements in skin brightness and reductions in the appearance of age spots on the skin in as little as four weeks.
  • DermalRx SRC is a natural exfoliating oligopeptide that helps gently loosen coarse, keratinized cells at the surface, stimulating skin renewal with younger cells. As a result, it actively refines and restores skin texture and tone, helping reveal younger, more radiant-looking skin and a refined skin appearance.
  • Niacinamide (vitamin B3) is a cornerstone in a skin-brightening serum, as it can help protect the skin from UV damage, reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, improve the elasticity of the skin, rebalance uneven skin tone, reduce discoloration, and support a refined skin appearance.
  • Brightenyl, also known as diglucosyl gallic acid (found in sumac trees), is a next-generation addition to this skin-brightening serum. It helps restore even skin tone by inhibiting the production of melanin, controlling the darkening of skin, reducing the appearance of dark spots on the face and skin, and restoring the skin’s natural tone.
  • B-White is a patented combination of naturally-derived ingredients, including a unique protein called oligopeptide-68, shown to reduce the appearance of age spots on the hands and neck after 2 weeks and reveal an overall brighter, more uniform complexion after 4 weeks.
  • SymWhite, also known as phenylethyl resorcinol (an antioxidant naturally-found in pine bark), is a powerful player in this skin-brightening serum that has been shown to help support a brighter-looking complexion and more even skin tone in as little as 28 days.
  • Gwennis is an extract of the algae Dictyopteris Polypodioides that helps support healthy melanin metabolism. Research has shown that Gwennis significantly reduces skin pigmentation and reduces the appearance of age spots on the skin after three months of daily use.

Simply put, this skin-brightening serum has been carefully and thoughtfully formulated to provide key, naturally-derived, science-supported ingredients that have been shown to provide powerful, radiant support for healthier, younger-looking skin. Yet what’s not in Ageless Bright is just as important as what is.

Along those lines, Ageless Bright is free from:

  • Parabens, which are cheap, artificial preservatives that are known endocrine disruptors (meaning they can negatively affect your hormones), “obesogens” (meaning they can flip “on” a fat-storing switch in the body), and disruptors of mitochondria, the “energy factories” of your cells, which can have disastrous effects on health.
  • Phthalates, which are chemical additives (frequently hidden in fragrances) that have been shown to disrupt thyroid and reproductive hormones as well as have obesogenic properties.
  • Sulfates, which are commonly added preservatives that may have side effects in the form of headaches, allergies, and more.
  • Synthetic fragrances and dyes.
  • Hydroquinone and other synthetic ingredients with potentially dangerous side effects.

What’s more, Ageless Bright is a non-GMO, hypoallergenic skin-brightening serum that’s safe for all skin types. Guys, that means Ageless Bright works for men also!

How to Add Ageless Bright to Your Daily Regimen

Adding Ageless Bright skin-brightening serum to your skincare routine is easy. For best results:

  • After cleansing, apply a pea-size amount to dark spots or unevenly pigmented areas of your skin.
  • Allow to absorb fully before applying moisturizer, sunscreen, makeup, etc.
  • Use daily, morning and night, as part of your skincare regimen.

To further help fade the appearance of dark spots on the skin, combat photoaging, and support a more youthful, more radiant, more even look, we recommend that Ageless Bright be used with the following BioTRUST products:

  • Ageless Glow®, a skin-rejuvenating anti-aging serum that features breakthrough, research-supported ingredients that help lift your skin while reducing the appearance of visible signs of aging.
  • Ageless Body®, which features five powerful, research-backed ingredients that provide unparalleled antioxidant protection, which is key to protecting the body from the appearance of new dark spots on the face and skin.
  • Ageless Multi-Collagen™, which provides 5 essential types of collagen—the very building blocks of your skin—to powerfully support healthier, younger-looking skin.
  • IC-5™, a one-of-a-kind formula that helps support proper carbohydrate metabolism, a key to protecting against glycation, which is one of the most powerful factors (besides photoaging) contributing to skin damage and the appearance of dark spots on the skin.

TIP: If you’re using both Ageless Glow and Ageless Bright—which we recommend—apply Ageless Glow first, let it dry, and then apply Ageless Bright.

Ageless Bright Ingredients

Ageless Bright FAQ's

Q: What specifically makes Ageless Bright the best supplement of its kind?

Simply put, there’s nothing else like it! Ageless Bright is an advanced skin-brightening serum that features 7 research-backed, naturally-derived ingredients that powerfully support a smoother, more even look and help reduce the appearance of dark spots—ultimately revealing younger- and healthier-looking skin. This breakthrough formula addresses these concerns at the root, and by doing so, it also helps protect against the appearance of new age spots. And it does all this without harsh chemicals or other synthetic ingredients with potentially dangerous side effects. It’s also non-GMO and free from parabens, phthalates, sulfates and synthetic fragrances and dyes, and it’s never tested on animals. Put simply, you can feel good about what you’re putting on your body—and even better about the skin-brightening benefits!

Q: What is the best way to use Ageless Bright?

Ageless Bright is an easy-to-use skin-brightening serum. Simply apply a pea-size amount to dark spots or unevenly pigmented areas of your skin. For best results, apply after cleansing and allow to absorb fully before applying moisturizer, sunscreen, makeup, etc. We recommend using Ageless Bright twice daily, morning and night.

Q: How quickly will I see a difference in my skin?

Results are individual and depend on many factors, including age and condition of the skin. Clinical testing reveals that key ingredients in Ageless Bright deliver noticeable, measurable results—such as reductions in the appearance of dark spots and smoother, brighter, younger-looking skin—in as little as 4 weeks (with twice-daily use) with more substantial improvements over time. Results may vary.

Q: How long will a bottle of Ageless Bright last?

On average, each 30mL bottle of Ageless Bright is intended to last about 30 days when used as recommended. Of course, the more of the product you use, the faster it will go. For more dark spots, unevenly pigmented skin or signs of photoaging, we recommend that you purchase more.

Q: Can I use Ageless Bright if I have sensitive skin?

Ageless Bright is a non-GMO, hypoallergenic skin-brightening serum that was carefully formulated with gentle, naturally-derived, non-toxic ingredients so it could safely be used on all skin types. Folks with sensitive skin are advised to use caution when using any new product for the first time. For example, apply a small amount of Ageless Bright on an inconspicuous area to see how you respond over the course of 24 hours. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, we advise you to consult your physician.

Q: Is it safe to order online from your web site?

Yes. We use a 256-bit secure ordering server so you are protected the same as if you were ordering from Amazon.com or any other trusted Web site.

Q: What if this product doesn’t work for me?

While Ageless Bright was created to work, if for any reason at all you are unsatisfied with your purchase, just let us know, and we will issue a prompt and courteous refund even on empty bottles. You’re always protected by our industry best 60-Day Money Back Guarantee.