I've been using Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum for about a little over 2 months and almost finished with the bottle, but only saw the slightest bit of fading of my acne scars! It really didn't help my scars to go away. Should I get another bottle and see what it does in another 2 months or should I get another brand? If so, what do you guys recommend me getting to get rid of acne scars.
I had the same experience over about a 2 month period. I had gotten the Caudalie Radiance kit but didn't really see any effect on my dark spots. Mine are mostly from sun damage, I don't know if that makes a difference or not. I was told that it generally takes 4-8 weeks to see a change so my thinking was I should've noticed something by then even if it was significant. I decided to try something else.
I recently got Origins brightening serum and got samples of both their brightening peel and moisturizer. I've been using all 3 for close to 2 weeks now and it looks to me like one of my larger dark spots is starting to get lighter. I know it's a such a short period of time to make a good judgement, but I'm really liking it so far. I plan on going back to purchase the peel and moisturizer when I can afford it.
Why not try another brand? you can always come back to it if that doesn't work.
Korres Wild Rose regimen is good for brightening/even skin tone, altho it is a bit too heavy for my combination skin so I returned the kit after ~1 week and I didn't see any effect.
Origins is another good brand you can look into. I use their Brighter by Nature fruit acid peel, just use this instead of toner after cleansing and use a heavier moisturizer. It stings a little bit but not as bad as peels in paste form, and after ~1-2 week of usage, my skin felt smooth, super soft, and I noticed significant lightening on a dark spot near my hairline. I don't know if it works on dark spots of all causes, but it worked on mine with noticeable result. I would definitely recommend trying this and follow up with a heavier/richer moisturizer than usual, and use a SPF30+ moisturizer during the day, maybe their Brighter by Nature SPF35 moisturizer.
p.s. serums usually take longer than peels, which might be too harsh for sensitive skin.