I have been using Lustra AF with not much sucess. Now my doctor wants me to try Lustra Ultra. Is there a difference between the two?
I am over 60 and have some dark age spots on my arms. I had them "zapped" but they came back. I was prescribed Lustra AF which did not help much, but when prescribed Lustra Ultra, and diligently applying for at least 2-3 mos. at night before bed, the spots on my arms miraculously faded and I can't tell you how happy I was.
I was told the Retinol added is what made it work so well. Then suddenly the company that made it available was no longer able to due to new laws against Canadian pharmaceuticals --- I'm told a deal government made with Big Pharma in order to get support for the Affordable Care Act. Now, I support the ACA wholeheartedly, but am disappointed I'm unable to get Lustra Ultra any longer. A pharmacy offered to mix a batch up for me, but I'm unable to provide the proper formula. This is not necessarily an answer, as much as a question. Lustra with Retinol is the best way to fade age spots. Why can't American pharma formulate this wonderful product?
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