“If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it,” director Baz Luhrmann says in his now-famous inspirational speech entitled “Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen)”. We are now living in that future where wearing sunscreen is a universal must (just like the other advice he dispensed in the speech), but prolonged exposure to the sun, amongst other factors, can still result to dark spots lurking and claiming the prime real estate on your face. Work your skin from within—those anti-aging creams can only do so much. Taking in Pynocare 40 Actisome twice a day for 8 weeks can do wonders for your dark spots. It works by controlling the hyperactive production of melanin in the skin, which can be caused primarily by sun exposure but also by imbalanced hormones, genes, and some makeup. If we must revise Luhrmann’s advice, perhaps we could say, “If I could offer you one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it, plus Pynocare twice a day.” Now, isn’t that a much sounder advice?