Arrest Sunspot Lotion

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Liz Says:
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At one point in my 20’s I had sunspots. They looked horrible like I had some horrible thing going on with my skin. On both arms and chest. I went to 3 different derematolgist and every one of them gave me a different diagnosis and still nothing worked.... I was devastated! I had a girlfriend of mine tell me one night at a party that she too “use” to have sunspots. I’m like how did you get rid of them? She said go to the local tanning bed salon and get the lotion arrest. Of course I went and within a week all my sunspots were gone!!! Finally! Hallelujah! That was some time back ... the problem is I can’t find any anywhere not in stores sometimes online but it always says out of stock not sure when it will be back in stock. I’m so upset. What can I do? I desperately need some ARREST SUNSPOT LOTION. Please comment



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David Says:

Hi Liz,

Do you happen to have an empty bottle on hand with a manufacturer or distributor name listed on the back? Sometimes it can be found in small print. I'd also see if you can find a list of active & inactive ingredients from the bottle. This way at least you could go to a compounding pharmacy and ask if it's something they can formulate for you. As of now, the only active ingredient I found mention of is Tolnaftate 1%.

I have also checked on Amazon where it appears to be out-of-stock. However, I did notice a retailer called "Tanning Lotion Supply" that does reportedly have a 2.5oz bottle of Arrest Fast Action Sunspot Treatment 'in-stock' (at the timing of my post) for $7.95.

Hope this helps!

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Denise Says:
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Love this product too! Where can I find it?

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