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Carefully designed skincare for hyperpigmented skin

Learning how to care for yourself and your skin is not an easy task. It takes time and persistence to establish the most effective and nurturing skincare routine for your skin concern. We want to make sure you have the best foundation by guiding you on how to love the skin you are in by accepting your appearance with love and caring advice on how to embrace your skin.

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Glycolic Acid

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Pigmentation

3 types of hyperpigmentation

01. Age spots

This type of hyperpigmentation is not related to age in the sense that you must be a certain age in order to experience this type of hyperpigmentation. It occurs due to unprotected sun exposure why it is typically more mature people, who experience this type of pigmentation. Symptoms of age spots, which are also referred to as sun-spots, are brown or tanned spots appearing on sun-exposed areas of the skin.

3 types of hyperpigmentation

02. Melasma

This type of hyperpigmentation is due to hormonal changes and occurs mostly for pregnant women or women who are taking birth control pills. Symptoms of melasma are large patches of darkened skin surrounded by a normal skin tone.

3 types of hyperpigmentation

03. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation

This type of hyperpigmentation is a result of an injury on the skin causing an increase of melanin in order to heal the wound and protect the skin. It typically occurs after an inflammatory condition such as acne or rosacea and it is shown as spots or patches of darkened skin.

3 types of hyperpigmentation

04. A combination of the three

Pigmentation in the skin does not only have to be one of the three. It can be all three types of pigmentation, leading to your skin to look hyperpigmented.

FAQ – Hyperpigmented skin

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Pigmentated skin

Hyperpigmented skin has dark spots or patches, often caused by excess melanin production. Taking care of hyperpigmented skin often involves using products with ingredients like vitamin C and niacinamide to reduce hyperpigmentation and promote a more even skin tone.