Pynocare – has anyone tried it?April 8, 2007 • By Paris B
I had a reader, Cheryl, leave a comment below as follows:-
Hey, good review you got there. Have you heard of Pynocare? It has the following claims :-
“PYNOCARE with MSCC Complex Actisome is the first and only natural oral depigmentation solution. It effectively repairs and strengthens the skin from the inside out, visibly reducing the size and intensity of skin pigmentation.
PYNOCARE contains powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and is 50 times more potent than Vitamin C & E.
PYNOCARE’s natural and safe formulation has also been clinically proven to reduce the size and intensity of pigmentation spots on the face. PYNOCARE treats skin pigmentation at its roots.”
I don’t know if it’s as effective as Imedeen or not, is there any user of this product that can post some comment or reviews here?
I haven’t tried Pynocare simply because I did not believe that a pill could “depigment” any pigment on my skin. I have freckles due to having fair skin, which is a form of pigmentation. Pynocare seems targeted only at reducing pigmentation unlike Imedeen which doesn’t place so much emphasis on pigmentation but more on strengthening the skin. For me, any reduction in pigmentation due to my taking Imedeen is a positive side effect. That said, I also take other health supplements, like Evening Primrose Oil and Fish Oil and Vitamin C.
Are there any readers who have tried Pynocare and would like to share the pros and cons with us and with Cheryl? Your input would be greatly appreciated!
Update: This post and question was posted in 2007. There has been no further updates or developments since then. All questions should be directed to the company. Comments are now closed.