Tazarotene, see there.
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(39) Zorac (2005), p.158 r "Francis I seems to have promoted the initial 'reproduction' of Fontainebleau imagery as an expression of his own majesty and magnificence, With the detachment both of frames and of their embellishing function from specifically royal prestige, however, magnificence itself became a separable (and saleable) quality".
Some of the volunteers for the programme were put on a prescription-only skin treatment, Zorac, which is a retinoid cream that over a period of time which can minimise and in some cases eliminate brown spots and some effects of sun damage.
You could also try a vitamin A cream called Zorac, but not on sensitive areas such as your face as it can cause irritation.