I purchased Olay Regenerist Targeted Tone Enhancer after noticing that I had a few light brown spots underneath my eyes. Their product has an exclusive amino peptide complex and pro-retinol which regenerates skin and helps to minimize wrinkles as well as reduce/diminish skin discolorations. While it makes claims that it should not be compared to medical procedures, it claims to reduce discolorations. So I spent $23 to try it. I used it faithfully, and without fail ( I was determined to get rid of those light brown spots around my eyes!!!) and as directed. and with a moisturizer afterward. While using it, I did notice that my skin was smoother, most likely due to the pro-retinol. Pro-retinol is in many products and it is supposed to be vitamin A in a concentrated form that helps skin to reduce wrinkles. I have always had good results using products with vitamin or retinol. I also was using this with Olay's moisturizer and eye cream (which will be another review)After 5 weeks I did not even notice a slight improvement in the color of the brown spots commonly known as "age spots". Remember, I informed you these spots were LIGHT brown, not very dark at all. I thought I should have at least seen a slight improvement, but I did not see any difference at all what so ever! So I called Olay at the phone number on the box and explained to them what happened when I was using their product. They asked me for a code number on the box and the price of the product. They apologized for my "experience" with their product and asked for my name, address & phone number. Then the woman said they would be glad to send me a refund for my troubles. While I was glad to get a refund, I was very dissappointed in this product. I have used many other Olay products and they have worked for me quite well. That is why I am writing this review. How many other women are going to spend their hard earned money on this product and discover it does not work? So, ladies, if it does not work for you, call them and let them know! They should know better to make claims a product cannot keep.